Cultivators galore at SIMA
If you are in the market for a new piece of cultivation equipment SIMA will not disappoint.
With this being a home event, Kuhn has pulled out all the stops and is launching a massive array of new equipment spanning everything from ploughs to sprayers and is also the first time we get to see its baler range which it bought from the Kverneland Group in December.
Among the stand highlights are a new range of power and disc harrows as well as a direct drill. Kuhn also bought the Blanchard sprayer business last year the French manufacturer also has access to a range of machines and was showing a 7,700 litre trailed machine at the show.
Gregoire Besson is also unveiling new ploughs and cultivators at the show with three new machines painted in a very distinguishable silver colour scheme.
Despite hailing from Germany and with Agritechnica being held at the end of the year, Amazone has seized the opportunity to launch a new range of power harrows and a trailed tine seed drill with an unusual hopper design.
Kverneland also has been busy developing new machines. The VR light-weight plough is on display along with an updated version of the TS mounted tine coulter drill.