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Other unique offers on this page are the latest Catalogue items from many of Australia's leading companies, detailing new product lines and special prices on some existing lines.

This Power Farming Saleyard keeps farmers and farm contractors across the nation informed as to the latest Special Offers and Catalogue releases as well as offering a reliable forum for farmers to buy Special Offer and Catalogue items. This Special Offers and Online Catalogues section will grow along with your requirements, and will incorporate many new additions over the next few months.


Vredestein 8-year warranty
Vredestein 8-year warranty
Catalogue date: 1/Oct/2018
Best tyre deal – 8 year warranty The modern Australian farmer can experience many frustrations when dealing with tractor tyres. Too much soil compaction can result in lower seed germination; an uncomfortable ride due to a poor tread design can lead to increasing operator discomfort, and poor traction means more slippage and less efficient operating hours. That's what led Vredestein to develop their unique 'Traxion concept' lug design which is incorporated on all of the prevalent tractor radial tyres in their line-up; the TraxionXXL, the Traxion85 and the Traxion+. Engineered in the Netherlands and robustly constructed to suit the rugged conditions of Australian farming, Vredestein tractor radial tyres offer long service life and an optimal-performance lug design to make them ideally suited to the heavy work demands of Australian contractors and large scale farmers. In the paddock, their non-parallel, self-cleaning tractor lugs deliver maximum traction – which means less time on the job, increased operating efficiencies and of course, lower operating costs. Equally beneficial, their large footprint offers greater flotation capabilities and less soil compaction to preserve soil structure and limit damage to seed germination. On hard surfaces such as roads, the ‘comfort zone' in the tractor lug design, which consists of overlapping tread lugs, means greater operator comfort and far less machinery vibration. This ensures that even when you've arrived home after a day on the land, you'll be thankful you made the Vredestein choice! Vredestein – tough in the paddock, smooth on the road. Visit Click here for more information and to make an enquiry about the Vredestein product. Take a closer look at the full farm machinery tyre range from Vredestein tyres, they have the perfect match for all models. Call 1300 120 120 for your nearest authorised dealer
Hardi Australia
Hardi Australia
Catalogue date: 1/Oct/2018
HARDI's RUBICON is the first 9,000 litre self-propelled sprayer in Australia. Hardi has released a cab it claims as the industry's best with all-round operator visibility as there are no rear quarter pillars to obstruct the view to the boom. “Operator comfort enhances productivity and is an essential for long spraying days” said Steve Lancaster, Self-Propelled Product Manager for HARDI Australia. “That's why SARITOR's new Panorama cab is large, more spacious and uncluttered, with top level ergonomics.” “The climate controlled, pressurised cab has active charcoal filtration that delivers high quality air that protects the operator from contaminants while spraying” Steve explained. “It is a quiet and stress-free relaxed environment, which is easy on conversations and mobile phone use.” Climate control air conditioning and cab pressurisation is delivered through 10 roof and two floor mounted, fully adjustable outlets. Tinted safety glass, front and side retractable sun screens filter the light and minimise glare into the cab. Windscreen de-mist vents ensure you will never have to experience fogged up windows. “An air-ride, fully adjustable operator's seat provides exceptional comfort for those rough paddock conditions. And the compact instructor's seat is large and comfortable. It can fold out of the way with ease” Steve said. “Both have compact storage facilities built into and under them.” The joystick and SprayCentre are attached to the operator's seat and moves in unison with it. The steering column pivots in two places and extends to provide adjustment for the most comfortable driving position. Turning indicators, driving lights, high/low beam and hazard light selection are all located on the steering column. “The HC 9600 touchscreen spray controller, an evolutionary progression from the very popular HC 9500, and the engine management display are ideally positioned in easy reach while driving” Steve said. The SprayCentre can be adjusted for operator comfort. Switches for the transmission, axles, fluid and boom functions are logically placed and grouped for easy fingertip operation. They are illuminated for night spraying. “Every detail contributes to the overall benefits and gains, making the Panorama cab a very special workplace” Steve concluded. For season availability, contact your local Hardi Dealer on 1300 042 734, or go to www.hardi.com.au For a direct link to the Hardi Rubicon flip brochure: http://en.calameo.com/read/00063302972dff45370b1 Or go to: Hardi Rubicon flip brochure
Manutec expands range of seeding components
Manutec expands range of seeding components
Catalogue date: 1/Oct/2018
Manutec expands range of aftermarket agricultural, wheels, tyres and discs. In addition to Manutec's standard range of press wheel and coulter assemblies a large range of aftermarket compatible press wheels, gauge wheels and discs is now available to suit the growing range of imported North and South American seeders, as well as all Australian made seeders. Replacement press wheels and tyres are available to suit Flexi-Coil, Bourgault, Morris and John Deere air seeder bars. Manutec is also able to rapidly adapt and prototype new wheel and disc parts for most other machines. The complete range of Manutec parts can found in Manutec's newly released agricultural parts catalogue. For grower's that have left the decision to fit or refurbish a press wheel, coulter or disc system to the last minute, Manutec still has a limited number of systems available for immediate delivery. Additionally if growers or dealers are finding it difficult to get spare wheel or disc parts for air seeder or disc seeder bars then give Manutec a call. For more products or information or a copy of Manutec's new Agricultural parts catalogue call Mick or Dan on: 08 82602277 or email: manutec@manutec.com.au
Why you should choose a Dieci Telehandler
Why you should choose a Dieci Telehandler
Catalogue date: 1/Oct/2018
Dieci Australia's parent company has rebranded and launched as the AWD Group. Building on over 18 years of local experience supplying Dieci telehandlers, the AWD Group has set its sights on becoming a leading provider of capital equipment service and parts support. Over the years the company has built a strong and loyal customer base through an absolute focus on customer service, a commitment to supplying quality machines and the development of national parts and service. From its original base of only supporting Dieci telehandlers, the company found it was increasingly being asked to service other brands and types of capital equipment. AWD Group Executive Chairman Paul Jenkins explains, “Our service network is highly trained and well regarded so it wasn't really a surprise when customers started asking us to service their other capital equipment. “The fundamentals of diesel, hydraulic equipment are similar across all types of machinery so our technicians and service agents are well equipped to provide a broader range of support for our customers.” Specialist Dieci models have been designed for Poultry farming with the Poultry Pickup 30.7TCL offering a 2500kg load capacity with a lift height of 5.7m, while the Poultry Pro 30.7TCL sports a Perkins 4-cylinder engine that develops 74.5kW (101hp) and lifts 3000kg with a lift height of 6.350m. Topping off this specialist range is the Poultry Master 40.7TAL offering a 4000kg lift capacity and a 7.0m lift height. For specialist Hay applications growers can rely on the Haymaster 40.7 with a robust Iveco 4-cylinder engine providing 93kW (127hp) to move things along quickly with a lift capacity of 4000kg and a height of 7.0m able to be reached. There is also a specialist Cotton model, the Cotton pro 70.10, it sports the same Iveco 4-cylinder engine, but providing a lift capacity and a height capacity of 9.65m. Dieci also excel with their general farming models. These include the Agri Plus 40.7 with a 4000kg lift and 7.1m height reach as well as the smaller capacity Agri Farmer 30.7 with a 3000kg lift and 6.35m height reach. The Agri Plus 40.7 offers a clever two-point boom design, a novel levelling compensation cylinder system and 146-deg of bucket oscillation. The 40.7 offers a handy a 40kph transmission, boom suspension, selectable steering and boom modes, a reversible engine cooling fan and a useful oil pressure-release switch for the (auxiliary) hydraulic connectors. For further details of current models on offer, contact the AWD Group on tel: 02 8795 4555.
Country Catalogue
Country Catalogue
Catalogue date: 1/Oct/2018
Australia's leading farming distribution. We have the highest direct delivery to farms across the country. A trusted name for 128 years, Power Farming carries copy from only the top firms right through the farm gate, into farmer's arena of consideration. We are able to deliver a product to its highest impact point where it can go on working way beyond the span of daily and weekly media. Enquire now to book a space for the next decisive distribution to Australian farmers. Email: adverts@powerfarming.com
History of Power Farming since 1891 Part 1
History of Power Farming since 1891 Part 1
Catalogue date: 11/May/2013
AT THE DAWN OF THE RISE OF IRON HORSES Without doubt Australia has ridden to fame and fortune on the back of our agricultural endeavours. And since its inception in 1891, Power Farming magazine has been a first-hand witness to many milestones and this incisive commentary is from its extensive archives. During 2011 – our 120th year, a series of articles appeared in Power Farming magazine, describing the progress and some of the most memorable Tractor and farm equipment releases since 1891, up to the present day. Make sure you don't miss the incisive look at the history of farm tractors and equipment in Australia that appears in each issue of Power Farming. Order now online, to make sure you receive a copy, go to our subscription page Click to subscribe
History of Power Farming since 1891 Part 2
History of Power Farming since 1891 Part 2
Catalogue date: 8/Jun/2013
HORSES BEAT STEAM BUT TRACTORS TAKE OVER Steam proved not to be the promised child for agricultural advancement and was facing a tough battle for survival against internal combustion tractor engines. And while horses had survived the steam challenge – Ford, Ferguson and Case now had their measure. During 2011 – our 120th year, a series of articles appeared in Power Farming magazine, describing the progress and some of the most memorable Tractor and farm equipment releases since 1891, up to the present day. Make sure you don't miss the incisive look at the history of farm tractors and equipment in Australia that appears in each issue of Power Farming. Order now online, to make sure you receive a copy, go to our subscription page Click to subscribe
History of Power Farming since 1891 Part 3
History of Power Farming since 1891 Part 3
Catalogue date: 11/Aug/2013
TRACTORS AT THE FORE IN GOLDEN AGE OF POWER The mid-1940s was the start of a golden age for farm wealth and mechanisation, there was above average rainfall in most parts and farmers were paid "a pound for a pound of wool." Farmers invested heavily in tractors and machinery to boost output, and makers were about to be run off their feet. During 2011 – our 120th year, a series of articles appeared in Power Farming magazine, describing the progress and some of the most memorable Tractor and farm equipment releases since 1891, up to the present day. Make sure you don't miss the incisive look at the history of farm tractors and equipment in Australia that appears in each issue of Power Farming. Order now online, to make sure you receive a copy, go to our subscription page Click to subscribe