Farmers check out an Ausplow deep ripper during the recent Boekeman Machinery Ride and Drive Day at Wongan Hills.

Farmers check out an Ausplow deep ripper during the recent Boekeman Machinery Ride and Drive Day at Wongan Hills.

With a positive tone in the air before the start of the 2021 season, one of Ausplow’s top machinery dealers, Boekeman Machinery, reports all DBS owners are ready to go.
“We had an upsurge in sales for this year and all new machines and upgrades have been delivered well ahead of time,” Boekeman Machinery salesman Ben Boekeman said.
“Such is the appeal of the DBS we’ve also taken orders for 2022 with a big uptake for July-build DBS machines, along with a few Multistream air seeders.
“We have got a 100 per cent positive response from owners about the performance of the machines with the DBS, in particular, favoured for its precision seeding and ability to sow in dry conditions.”
Boekeman Machinery recently held a Ride and Drive Day at Wongan Hills where it displayed an Ausplow deep ripper – there was no DBS bar available to display.
“Deep ripping is very much in vogue and with recent rains machines have been in action as farmers take the opportunity to work on ear-marked paddocks,” Ben said.
Ben confirmed the dealership was again planning a 2021 factory tour to Ausplow’s Naval Base and Cockburn Central factories.
“We do it every year and it’s a popular event for DBS owners and prospective owners,” he said.
“It’s pretty unique having the ability to see how your machine is built.”

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Monday, March 22, 2021