Auto-steer for less with 0% finance over 2 years with 4 months deferred first payment

9th June

SPECIAL OFFER FROM LH AGRO
Easy to use and offering best in class performance; Topcon Auto-steer systems are now even more affordable. With special net prices on any Topcon auto-steer system purchased between now and the 31stJuly with 0% finance over 2 years and with the added 4 months deferred first payment.

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Precision console trade-in scheme makes latest tech more affordable

27th November

LH Agro has launched a new trade-in scheme to make it more affordable for existing users of Topcon’s precision farming equipment to upgrade to the latest version of its range topping X35 control console.

 

The console trade-in scheme, which is being launched at the CropTec Show on 27th-28th November and at the LAMMA show at the NEC on 7th-8th January,…

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RTK guidance improves Avadex accuracy

22nd November

For Essex based arable farmers and agricultural contractors, Galloway Farms, upgrading their specialist granule application hardware and installing a precision guidance system has enabled them to provide a more timely, more accurate and more efficient Avadex spreading service.

 

In addition to farming 1,700 acres of their own land and contracted farms at Mount Farm near Epping in Essex, Stuart Galloway…

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LH Agro appoints agricultural electronics and precision data specialist to enhance cropping efficiencies

5th July

LH Agro, Topcon Agriculture’s preferred dealer for its precision farming systems in the UK, has appointed Jack Harris to the newly created role of agricultural electronics specialist.

Based from his home in the Cambridgeshire Fens, Jack will provide UK-wide technical and software support and training to ensure LH Agro’s customers are getting the maximum benefit from their precision farming systems.

“Jack’s…

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Novel use of canopy sensors reduces Blackgrass pressure and compensates for soil variations

5th December

For Gloucestershire-based arable farmer and agricultural contractor, Phil Odam, using crop canopy sensors to detect weeds in stale seedbeds and vary sowing rates accordingly has helped to reduce Blackgrass populations on infected land. And by using the sensors to detect subtle soil changes, he is also varying drilling rates according to soil type.

 Philip Odam Agricultural Services provides a range of…

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Sprayer upgrade converts entry-level machine into high specification, future-proofed asset.

5th December

For David and Marshall Hargreaves of Mere Farm near Preston, upgrading from a trailed sprayer to a self-propelled machine has made their crop spraying operations faster, more efficient and more accurate.  And by purchasing a second-hand, entry-level machine and subsequently upgrading its spray circuit and electronics from a 5-section manually controlled system to an automatic 11-section machine, they have…

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Precision farming equipment pays dividends for Yorkshire Wolds arable producers

5th December

For Rob and Mark Leeson of Kirby Wold House near Malton in North Yorkshire, being able to apply arable inputs including seed, liquid fertiliser and granular fertiliser at precisely controlled variable rates enables them to produce more consistent and more profitable crops.

The precision farming equipment utilised to achieve these results also makes the task of managing a large arable…

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Accuracy is Norfolk contractor’s greatest advertisement

5th December

For Jeremy Green, the most effective advertisement for his agricultural contracting business is the straight and evenly spaced crops that his team of machinery operators create.  For that reason, he has equipped his fleet of tractors with RTK-enabled guidance systems which not only ensure accurate field operations, but also help to reduce his customers’ input costs.

Jeremy Green started contracting…

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