Ground control: Cultivating the future of seeding and sowing

Farming is one of the world’s oldest industries, and the relationship between soil and spade dates back to ancient times when early humans discovered cultivating the ground for growing plants was an effective way to foster abundance during the harsher months of the year, when food was in short supply and resources were scarce. Read More

A fruitful outcome for conveyor systems

In Australia, many commercial-scale orchards are located in close proximity to canning facilities, where stone fruits such as apricots, peaches, and plums are processed and packaged before beginning their journey to supermarket shelves. Read More

A cut above the rest

Cutting equipment – such as sickles, knife heads, complete knife assemblies and guards, and mower attachments – serve a key purpose during the harvest season. Read More
It’s time to reconnect with Motion Australia

It’s time to reconnect

Motion Australia is back on the ground for this season’s return to agricultural field days. After a few years without outdoor trade events, the broadacre farming industry has been eager to gather in person once more, re-engaging with the wider community to showcase an exciting range of new products. Read More

Aussie made, Aussie grade

When operating on agricultural land, it is important to prioritise services and supply designed for our unique and often unpredictable landscapes. So often, Australian farmers are left disappointed with the quality of imported consumables such as tractor lubricants. This was the case for Peter Vicary in the 1980s, when he and his sons, Ben and Andrew, founded Gulf Western Oil.
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