The Traxion XXL has been put to the test against a premium competitor tyre by the renowned German Agricultural test institute – passing with flying colours and receiving the organisation’s much sought-after “DLG-APPROVED” mark of approval.
Vredestein’s Traxion Optimall VF (Very High Flexion) tyre has won a gold medal at LAMMA 2019, UK’s largest farm machinery, equipment and services show, in recognition of its stand out attributes including traction, fuel efficiency, productivity and reduced total cost of ownership.
Knowing the age of your tyres and how this affects them is an important part of ensuring both the safety and performance of your vehicle on the road. So how do you determine how old they are and what can you do to maximise tyre life as they age? Let’s take a look at a […]
Ballasting is both the art and science of adding the right amount of weight to each axle of your tractor to achieve optimal performance.
Transport Pressure: Tyre manufacturers generally recommend the correct “transport pressure”, which is the term used for the inflation pressure applied for when the machine is travelling on the road. In many cases this pressure is 23PSI — sometimes higher.
Australia is one of the world’s largest wine exporters, with about two-thirds of Australian wine production being exported and major export markets including Canada, China, the European Union, Hong Kong, New Zealand and the United States.
Australian cotton production is forecast to rise by 4% to 968,000 tonnes in 2017-2018. This rise is despite a reduced area of cotton planted and lower returns being forecast due to falling world prices.
According to ABARES, Australian sugar production is forecast to fall by 2 per cent to 4.7 million tonnes in 2017-2018, but exports should remain at a similar level to previous recent volumes.
The Australian Wool Industry in 2018 Canstar notes that Australia is one of the world’s biggest wool producers, producing around 25% of the wool sold on the world market. Australia along with the wool industries in almost every advanced, wool-consuming country, is set for a respectable economic performance in 2017-2018. 
Following what was a bumper 2016-2017 season, Canstar’s Agriculture Industry Outlook for 2017-2018 notes that in the coming year the wheat and grain sector is expected to slow, with global supplies keeping prices low and export earnings predicted to fall.