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Massey Ferguson supports combines with AGCO Harvest Promise

Massey Ferguson is supporting operators of current production MF combines with AGCO’s innovative Harvest Promise compensation scheme.

“In addition to our high spare-parts fill rate of 99%, AGCO provides a unique uptime guarantee to customers,” says Falk Seidenfaden, AGCO Director Global Harvesting Parts. “We know how vital machine uptime is especially during harvest season, and we continue to improve our industry-leading Harvest Promise with the addition of more models and services.”

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In the event of eligible MF combines being immobilised due to non-delivery of critical parts within 24 hours, the scheme compensates the customer should a contractor or replacement machine need to be hired to continue the harvest. Under the scheme, a refund of 35 Euros/ha will be made to the customer up to a maximum total of 3500 Euros.

Offered from 1 June to 15 November, the Harvest Promise scheme is available in Germany, France, UK, Italy and Denmark and covers Massey Ferguson combines in current production – specifically the MF ACTIVA, MF ACTIVA S, MF BETA, MF CENTORA and MF DELTA ranges. To be eligible for the scheme, the machine’s serial number must be registered pre-season with MF’s parent company, AGCO, via a Massey Ferguson Dealer who uses genuine AGCO Parts. Full terms and conditions are available from MF dealers.

Darmac Ag Sales and Service Appointed Fendt Dealer for the Yarra Valley and Beyond

Established in 2005, Darmac Ag Sales & Service is located in the fertile and richly soiled hills of Silvan, in Victoria’s Yarra Valley region, have recently become AGCO Australia’s newest Fendt dealer.

Expanding steadily into a highly professional and skilled operation, the Darmac Ag team offers a range of products and services to local Farmers as well small property owners and municipal councils beyond their immediate region.

Darmac Ag’s successful business expansion and dedication to professional service has resulted in their recent appointment as the Yarra Valley region’s new Fendt dealer.

Darmac Ag Dealer Principal Darren McIntyre with AGCO Australia’s Chris Dalton.

Darmac Ag Dealer Principal Darren McIntyre with AGCO Australia’s Chris Dalton.

Fendt technology, comfort and innovation has been coupled with a dedicated sales and service team at the fully equipped facilities of Darmac Ag. The highly experienced staff and dealer principal, Darren McIntyre, are excited at the opportunity of offering Fendt’s industry leading products and technology.

Already making inroads with municipal councils beyond the Yarra Valley, Darmac Ag attracted the attention of Boroondara council, previous Fendt owners, who became Darmac Ag’s first Fendt Sale.

Encouraged by Fendt’s low maintenance, favourable operating lease and Darmac Ag’s solid service and support, Boroondara purchased two Fendt 312 Series Varios.

“They will be utilised maintaining parks and gardens. The 312’s are really ideal for these sorts of applications as any operator can get into them. The Vario transmission makes switching between tasks and on road travel really straight forward,” Darren says.

According to Darren, other models in the Fendt range are also ideally matched to Darmac’s local farming conditions and give Darmac Ag a machinery solution for most local operators.

“The 90 HP Fendt 200 Series Vario are ideal for the local orchard, vineyard and strawberry farmers, with high levels of comfort and fuel efficiency matched with the advanced Vario transmissions,” says Darren.

Local Area Sales Manager for AGCO Australia Chris Dalton was pleased to be a part of the appointment and sees a lot of opportunities for the Fendt range with local customers.

“There are a lot of good operators in the area and there is demand for quality, reliable machines that are well supported with parts and service. Fendt innovation and technology together with Darmac Ag’s proven track record of professional service are a great combination,” says Chris.

Darmac Ag Dealer Principal Darren McIntyre with AGCO Australia’s Chris Dalton

The Darmac Ag Team: Trevor Phelan – Parts and Service, Darren McIntyre and Sales Manager David Hodgson.

New AGCO Dealer Dedicated to Supporting Innovation in Local Farming

Traction AG Horsham

Traction AG Horsham

Farmers and contractors in the Wimmera region of Western Victoria, Australia have a new partner supporting their businesses.

Traction AG has been appointed as the AGCO Dealer for the export focussed broad acre district that produces cereal, pulse and oilseed crops as well as some livestock.

New Dealer Principals Kym Grosser, Frank Delahunty and Peter Blair combine a vast range of expertise with backgrounds in engineering, machinery sales, business and farming. The Traction AG team have over 150 years of experience and are passionate about machinery that delivers performance, efficiency and productivity.

Celebrating the opening of the Horsham premises, 160 local farmers and contractors were invited to enjoy a social evening and meet with the Traction AG staff and AGCO representatives.

The event was a great opportunity for attendees to see the exciting AGCO range of products and speak with Traction AG staff and AGCO representatives about innovations and technology that can help them drive efficiencies in their farming operations.

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Will de Fégely – Business Manager , Kym Grosser – Director and Head of Sales & Heath Miller – Farm Machinery Sales Manager

AGCO Area Sales Manager West Victoria, Chris Browne was impressed with the increasing interest in efficient farming practices.

“It was great to see some new and familiar faces at the event and hear a lot of positive views on the increasing importance of technology and improved efficiencies in farming practices in the Wimmera region. There is a lot of enthusiasm for products that tick all the boxes in broad acre farming which is increasingly about economies of scale”, said Chris Browne,

Traction AG Business Manager Will de Fégely was keen to catch up with guests and also spoke of the increasing significance local farmers are giving to efficient farming systems

“It was a good opportunity for farmers to meet our staff and get a look at our new premises as well as the range of AGCO products. The region has increasing demand for technology that will drive down costs in broad acre farming. With our Horsham and Nhill branches, we are looking forward to meeting this demand for a complete product range that exceeds the expectations of customers and is backed up by reliable service support and a global parts network”, Will said.

Traction AG is set to open their Nhill branch in October during the Nhill Show. The team is looking forward to a bright future supporting the Wimmera farming community with products and service support that meet the demands of modern operators in the region.

Work Smarter with AGCO+ Plus

AGCO+ Plus makes stocking up on parts easier.

AGCO+ Plus makes stocking up on parts easier.

Want to stock up on parts or other equipment? Or pay for repairs or preventative maintenance to maximize uptime during planting, harvest or other critical times of the year? The new AGCO Plus+ financing solution allows customers to proactively manage their cash flow, providing convenient billing and a flexible payment plan that meets the needs of farmers.

Available through AGCO dealers, the new program features a speedy application process for customers, with approval often available in as little as five minutes. In addition to competitive rates on financing, special programs and offers may also be available to customers who purchase with their AGCO Plus+ account.

The new program continues its roll out through North America, so check with your local dealer for details. AGCO Plus+ is designed to help you access the genuine AGCO Parts, service and expertise you’ve come to expect from your dealer. It’s all about helping you work smarter.

For more information on AGCO Plus+, visit AGCOparts.com/AGCOplus.

Bale With Confidence

“There are only a few things we can control,” says hay grower Brett Bunker about farming. “So anything I can do to give me an advantage, I need to do it.”

Bale with confidence.

Bale with confidence.

Bunker says he gets the edge he needs with AGCO Buffered Acid Hay Preservative and his HayBoss G2™, a precision monitoring and automatic preservative application system. Both help guarantee his hay quality by dealing with moisture levels in his bales. They also help him maintain his growing cycle of four crops a year on the 1,000 acres near Delta, Utah, where he and his family grow alfalfa to sell to dairy farmers.

“If I get too much dew overnight, I can still bale and get my hay out of the field with a little higher moisture. Or if I need to bale before a rain and push it a little bit, I can do that instead of letting the storm hit, then letting it dry back down again.

“The quicker I can get hay off the field,” adds Bunker, “the better the hay and the quicker I can get growing on the next crop. [HayBoss] can save me anywhere from a half a day to even on the outside of five days.”

“Often, the producer can’t wait for things like the dew to dry, and we understand that,” says Jeff Roberts, president of Harvest Tec, the company that manufactures HayBoss and AGCO Buffered Acid Hay Preservative, and markets them through AGCO Parts. “The main benefit with HayBoss and the preservative is that extended operating window, by raising the level of moisture at which hay can be baled.”

Roberts adds that HayBoss provides the producer peace of mind. Its moisture monitoring and application offer accuracy unmatched in the industry, and they work seamlessly with Hesston balers.

“The AGCO Buffered Acid Hay Preservative is also made with the same care and consistency. That makes it far more reliable than other brands and totally safe for animals, the environment, the operators and their equipment.

“With HayBoss,” Roberts continues, “the grower gains confidence that their window is expanded into the upper ranges … as high as 27% moisture for large square balers and slightly higher for round and small square bales. That,” he adds, “has the potential to be a good contributor to overall profitability.”

Read the full story as well as tips on baling quality hay at http://www.myfarmlife.com/advantage/bale-with-confidence/.

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