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Ausplow general manager Chris Farmer (left) discusses the company's patented section control system with Boekeman Machinery's Stewart Harrison, Wongan Hills.

Ausplow general manager Chris Farmer (left) discusses the company's patented section control system with Boekeman Machinery's Stewart Harrison, Wongan Hills.

Ausplow managing director John Ryan AM (right) with Boekeman Machinery's Tim Boekeman, checking out the new hydraulically-operated load/unload auger on the Multistream.

Ausplow managing director John Ryan AM (right) with Boekeman Machinery's Tim Boekeman, checking out the new hydraulically-operated load/unload auger on the Multistream.

Pictured at this week's Dowerin Machinery Field Days were, from left, Ausplow service technician Dave Findlay, Coote Machinery dealer Barry Coote, Brookton, Lemara Pereira, Ausplow administration, Gary  Andrews, Ausplow factory manager and Claude Vinci, Ausplow assembly supervisor.

Pictured at this week's Dowerin Machinery Field Days were, from left, Ausplow service technician Dave Findlay, Coote Machinery dealer Barry Coote, Brookton, Lemara Pereira, Ausplow administration, Gary Andrews, Ausplow factory manager and Claude Vinci, Ausplow assembly supervisor.

Ausplow's Dowerin team flank the company's managing director John Ryan AM. From left, Lemara Pereira, Gary Andrews, Chris Blight, Chris Farmer, Ray Beecham, Claude Vinci and Dave Findlay.

Ausplow's Dowerin team flank the company's managing director John Ryan AM. From left, Lemara Pereira, Gary Andrews, Chris Blight, Chris Farmer, Ray Beecham, Claude Vinci and Dave Findlay.

Discussing the company's new section control liquid kit at this week's Dowerin Machinery Field Days were, from left, market and sales manager Chris Blight, Multistream assembler Adam Reeves, service manager Ray Beecham and  service technician Dave Findlay.

Discussing the company's new section control liquid kit at this week's Dowerin Machinery Field Days were, from left, market and sales manager Chris Blight, Multistream assembler Adam Reeves, service manager Ray Beecham and service technician Dave Findlay.

The Ausplow display at this week’s Dowerin Machinery Field Days proved a popular focal point for many farmers keen to catch up on the company’s latest product developments.
And they weren’t disappointed.
Foremost was the news of the start of a research and development program with a patented section control system for the liquid-ready Multistream air seeder.
A limited number will be built for the 2020 season for final testing before commercial availability in 2021.
But DBS owners can take up an option for 2020 with the release of a variable rate liquid kit.
Also released was a hydraulically-operated load/unload auger on the Multistream.
According to Ausplow managing director John Ryan AM, the new developments herald an “exciting future” for the company.
“I’m excited with the direction we are heading,” he said. “We have a lot of projects on the drawing board all aimed at increasing the ability of farmers to grow better crops in better soil environments.
“I believe we have got the fundamentals right with the DBS and our attention remains to continue improving the crop establishment system, particularly with focus on our trials at our Quairading research farm.
“We have a very strong number of researchers and a dedicated team of staff at Ausplow all keen to continue assisting customers and that will continue to be our focus going forward.”

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Saturday, August 31, 2019