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MJ30-420DW Macadamia Nut Orchard

Dan and Belinda Blanco

Focusing on orchard floor maintenance delivers higher yield for macadamia nut grower   Orchard growers around the world strive to produce and sell the best crops possible. The steps a grower takes to create the perfect crop changes according to local conditions, but making sound decisions about the orchard floor could be the difference between a high quality yield and a low value one.   “We get paid top dollar...


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MJ30-630 Thomas Webb North Carolina corn

Webb Family Farms

New equipment has its place across two operations New 20-ft Cyclone helps Wilson County, North Carolina farmer Thomas Webb successfully balance labor and equipment demands between mixed crops including corn, tobacco, peppers and cucumbers. "Even at 7 mph, it performed amazingly well no matter on which corn field we were working.”  Armed with a Field Crops Technology degree from NC State University, the fifth generation farmer came home after college, and...


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Scott Brothers Farms

Balancing crops to demand and rotation guides Scott Brothers Farms toward growth Major Cyclone helps family save over $2800 alone this year. When brothers Wyatt and Frank Scott returned home to their Lucama, North Carolina family farm after earning degrees from NC State University in 2016, they planted 18 acres of sweet potatoes. This year, 200 acres of the root vegetable will be hand harvested off of 46” beds and...


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Major Cyclone pedigree Angus farm in Noosa Hinterland Australia

Boyd Arthur

Boyd Arthur uses the Cyclone to stimulate grass growth – and reduce winter feed costs – on his 500-acre pedigree Tropical Angus cattle farm on the Sunshine Coast in Australia.   On the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia is the town of Noosa Hinterland, which is surrounded by stunning beaches and areas of outstanding natural beauty. Nestled in that countryside, Boyd Arthur rears some 200 head of pedigree Tropical Angus...


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Frank Murphy

Third-generation Beef farmer Frank Murphy uses the MAJOR Cyclone cutter to increase efficiency and profitability on his 500-acre Glen South Farm. Precision agriculture enables farmers to make informed decisions about their businesses and Frank Murphy represents the best in his class. One of the most advanced beef production units in Ireland, the 500 acres of Glen South Farm outside Banteer, Co Cork sets high standards in systems and mechanization. Farming...


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