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New Product! - Vogal Spreaders

Posted by Sam Searle on Nov 20, 2018 1:44:22 PM

In the last month the Vogal family of spreaders grew by two!

To find out what these 2 spreaders are & what makes them different to the rest of the Vogal range - Read On.

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Topics: Fertiliser Spreading, Insider

5 Tips For Effective Fertiliser Spreading

Posted by Sam Searle on Jun 1, 2018 3:14:00 PM

Spreading fertilisers doesn't require a great deal of complication, however if you want to achieve maximum results a little effort will take you a long way. Below we have put 5 of the many tips we have gathered from Farmers, Contractors, Spread rate testers & Researchers over the last little while.

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Topics: Tips, Hacks & How To's, Pasture & Crop Management, Fertiliser Spreading

3 Best Ways To Load Seed Drills & Fertiliser Spreaders

Posted by Sam Searle on Jan 17, 2018 11:52:00 AM

Time to rethink loading of seed drills & bulk spreaders

With the release of new H&S rules regarding bulk bags & the intention of most leading fertiliser company's to remove the 'single trip' bag from circulation you should be thinking about your options when it comes to loading your seed drill or bulk fert spreader.

 

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Topics: Fertiliser Spreading, Material Handling, Working Safer, Working Smarter

Agrex SDA Fertiliser Spreader

Posted by Glenn Walton on Aug 15, 2017 9:00:00 AM

 

The SDA fertiliser spreaders are compact and light and can be pulled by low-power tractors. However, they have the same sturdiness and high precision as large agricultural machines. One of their distinctive features is quantity control through a setting gauge which guarantees accurate fertiliser distribution. If necessary, it is possible to adjust the quantities being fed into the two spreading discs. The side conveyors allow for localised spreading on row cultivation of 1.5 - 5m. The deflectors are adjustable and enable the fertiliser to be discharged where it is needed, thus avoiding unnecessary waste.


The SDA fertilizer spreaders are excellent for full field distribution even on small and medium sized unlevel ground. By adding hopper extensions, to the 800 liter model, 1000 and 1200 liter capacities can be obtained. The spreading charts supplied with the machine enable the operator to adjust the working width and the fertilizer load for a spreading width of upto 18 m.

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Topics: Fertiliser Spreading