Last Friday afternoon our Melbourne warehouse entertained an Agricultural tour group from Ontario, Canada. Around 30 people were guided through the Duncan range of machines by Area Manager Neil Busacca, with a tour of the spare parts and assembly areas of the factory. Neil then explained and demonstrated some of our flag ship drills and the SLR feeder, followed up by afternoon tea and an entertaining question time. There was plenty of interest from the group who were keen to find out more about Duncan Ag operations in both Australia and New Zealand, and how our machines would suit their conditions in Canada.
Click on the link below to go to Another demo of Alstrong Aerator in Tokoroa, in conjunction with Tony Ireland Contracting. Aeration done over existing grass cover and still able to graze after finished, as very minimal pasture damage. This was carried out on a farm that has whey sprayed on regularly. The results were very pleasing. For further information on this amazing machine, contact us at Duncan Ag - www.duncanag.com
Check out the link below to Agriland - Ireland. Duncan Ag will be on dispaly at the Irish National Ploughing Championships.
Click on the link below to check out the article on the Duncan AS6100
Click on the link below to check out the article and video on the Duncan Agmech Multi Plus
Duncan Ag's head office and factory is based in Timaru, New Zealand. Check out these photos of our assembly division.
Craig McIsaac from Duncan Ag recently attended the FTMTA Farm Machinery Show, Punchestown, County Kildare, Ireland where Tom Tierney, our Irish distributor, was displaying our machines.
Duncan Ag will be 1 of 5 NZ companies on the NZT&E stand at the 2016 Irish Plough Match field days held on 20-22 September at Screggan, County Offaly.
Craig McIsaac from Duncan Ag recently attended the bi-annual Grass & Muck Show in Roscrea, County Tipperary, Ireland. 1st time for Duncan Ag to be displaying machines in Ireland.
Now’s the time to plan to refurbish your Duncan seed drill - after completing autumn sowing or in preparation for spring sowing!!
A unique drought support initiative offered to North Canterbury farmers last spring has changed the way one of them manages his land, for good.
To establish a good long term permanent pasture, we recommend the area would have been through a short term crop/brassica to try to clean the seed bed.
We featured in Saturday's episode of Rural Delivery.
Two happy farmers are set to experience the best of no-till drilling this season, without having to pay a cent.
Robust new transport tip trailers launched just in time for the new season have already attracted good feedback for South Canterbury machinery specialist Duncan Ag.
Ten North Canterbury farmers affected by drought will have help turning their bare brown paddocks green again this spring under a new initiative announced today.
Click on the link below to check out the article about Duncan Agmech machinery in the Dairy News Australia. Page 33.
A trip to the National Fieldays in June will take one Northland farming couple much further afield later this year, thanks to Canterbury no-till specialists Duncan Ag.
Geraldine contractor Brian Waller started direct drilling fodder beet three years ago for the simplest of reasons – one of his clients asked him to.
There’s never been a better time than this spring to take advantage of all the benefits of no-till pasture renewal, thanks to a special finance offer from one of New Zealand’s leading seed drill manufacturers.
Improvements in seeding technologies for crop and pasture establishment have delivered increasing environmental and financial benefits through:
Combining two strong New Zealand machinery manufacturers into one business is a win:win for all involved, including customers.
Duncan Ag, the specialist farm machinery manufacturer, is moving into South America with plans to commercially export its popular Renovator MK4 drills to Uruguay by year end.