November 22, 2018 | Farmchief

Used for primary and secondary cultivation, Express Plus Speed Discs are unequalled in performance after winter feed, for stubble incorporation, and to break-up paddocks after...Read More

The cultivator made for maize

November 12, 2018 | Farmchief

Innovative, new-generation speed discs Diskacrop are ticking a lot of boxes for large-scale maize growers. The implement, which is used for two-pass, pre-planting cultivation, and for trash...Read More

Storth Umbilical Reaches Further

October 12, 2018 | Farmchief

12m dribble bar now available! The arrival at FarmChief of Storth’s 12m dribble bar, with folding arms, provides the option of even better coverage, faster. Not only that, but it delivers more...Read More

Improve fodder crop yields.

September 22, 2018 | Farmchief

Fodder beet, swedes, turnips and maize can be very high yielding. (A finished fodder beet crop can have a value of around $6,000 per ha.) But they can also be demanding. Which is where...Read More

High value crops benefit from superior ploughs

September 21, 2018 | Farmchief

For those looking at getting demanding maize or fodder beet into the ground in the next month, it’s a good time to think about whether your current plough is up to it. Or whether you can do...Read More

Making NZ farms roll (And more).

September 14, 2018 | Farmchief

These rollers (available in 3m to 12m) have some stand-out features that others just don’t have, making them more effective and more resilient. [gallery...Read More


September 7, 2018 | Farmchief

  Two former farmers and contractors (Rob Chalke and Allan Patrick) are dedicated to making sure the delivery and set-up for FarmChief implements go smoothly. Rob and Allan definitely know what...Read More

Cameron’s view

August 22, 2018 | Farmchief

Cameron Doherty operates busy Deep Stream Contracting in Outram, Otago, while running a sheep and beef farm in conjunction with his father Peter so, as you can imagine, he’s got a bit on his...Read More

More Speed, Less Fuss

August 8, 2018 | Farmchief

TIME TO GET THE DISCS OUT Speed discs are already starting to make their mark up and down the country. They’re typically used for sorting out paddocks that’ve been in kale or fodder beet,...Read More