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Farm machinery, especially tractors, can be expensive to purchase and a questionable use of capital, particularly if only used occasionally during the year – as is the case on many small farms.
The cost factor is one of the most compelling reasons to look at alternatives to outright ownership.
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 If you're not familiar with farm tractors, choosing one that’s suitable for a small farm can be a daunting task. Will a compact tractor suffice and how  important is tractor size?

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The Gator™ XUV Crossover Series Utility Vehicles from John Deere are the closest alternative to the ATV on the market. Because whether you’re off-road for leisure or hauling gear on the farm, the XUV 825i, 855D and 625i models deserve a second look.

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The John Deere Z665 offers a 60-Inch Deck and 14.5 km/h mowing, cut more grass in less time this weekend with a zero-turn mower that offers commercial-grade design for residential use.

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The Quadbar is a small unobtrusive, hairpin shaped hoop mounted on the quad bike behind the rider designed to counter some of the risks associated with rollovers.

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One of the most significant developments in pasture and grazing management over the last 50 years has been the introduction of electric fencing. This was pioneered by an innovative Kiwi by the name of Bill Gallagher in the 1930's. Faced with a horse 'Joe' who took too much of a liking to using Bill's car as a scratching post, Bill devised a cunning electrical circuit that delivered a shock whenever Joe rocked the vehicle.

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The Agrifarm AV series aerators are 3pt linkage mounted rolling tine aerators. Ideal for shattering hard setting soil, allowing increased water absorption into the soil and expansion of the root zone for pasture and crops. The AV series aerators can be fitted with the small seeds, C seeder allowing a one pass operation with aeration, seeding and harrowing.

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Sleek and practical in their design, Kubota BX60 series tractors combine power, comfort and versatility to handle jobs of any nature. Whether it is mowing the yard or giving the property a complete make over, these machines get the job done.

There are 4 models in the BX series ranging from 18 to 26 horsepower including a range of easy to attach or detach attachments. There is even a purpose built BX25 TLB front end loader, backhoe unit that converts to a lawn mowing unit without the use of any tools.

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 Clipex™ technology replaces the old hole in the post with an advanced and extremely simple slot and clip system. No more tie-  clips or tie wire and our patent pending design allows you to easily “clip” in all wire types. Panel mesh, barb wires, plain wire,  insulators, and standoffs can all be quickly clipped into the post with no special tools required or fiddly parts to lose.

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People are genuinely pleased when it is stated “This product is Australian made”. It seems that many Australians are saddened by the decline in the availability of quality Australian made products, so the “Australian Made” statement seems to offers a sense of pride & hope, that perhaps one day, when the gigantic cheap labour forces of Asia, receive wages and working conditions equal to those received by Australian workers, that Australia can once again become a proud manufacturing Nation and not just an importer of ‘cheap’ and often dodgy products.

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