A loader is a good thing, but a whole facility of these yellow coloured assistants is better! This is what Russian farmers decided and headed, together with the AgroCentre Company, for the JCB kingdom in the UK.   

Over 150 farmers from the Penza oblast arrived for a seminar on new methods in crop farming. This time, the farmers were shown not only the traditional sown fields with demonstration crops. AgroCentreZakharovo demonstrated to them 25 advanced farming machines.

On “Trans-Uralian Field Day 2014” (Kurgan region), people wishing to test-drive Challenger 765 C (320 hp) tracked tractor were practically storming the stand of AgroCentrZakharovo.

The Chelyabinsk Branch of AgroCentr Zakharovo has been operating in the region for over three years. Over this time, 96 machinery units, including 63 self-propelled machines, have been supplied to the agricultural enterprises of the region. It has become a good tradition for the company to participate in the regional Field Day Trade Show, at which AgroCentr demonstrates the latest achievements in the area of agricultural machines and technology to agricultural producers. This year, the company presented seven modern agricultural machines for fieldwork.

The 14th Kursk Korenskaya Fair offered its guests and participants invaluable experience exchange and presentation of the latest achievements in different branches of the industry. Over 20 state-of-the-art agricultural machines and implements were displayed by AgroCentre Company at the farm machinery exhibition sector and a big balloon hovering in the air invited guests to the booth of the Company.

‘Hello!’, was the welcoming answer of Kostroma to AgroCentrZakharovo which came to participate in the regional Village Day for the first time.

A delegation of AgroCentre’s customers started this summer with a trip to the very heart of Väderstad concern located in Sweden. Visits to the factory of the leader among seeding and tillage equipment manufacturers have become a heart-warming tradition. This one went under the flag of Tempo, a row-crop drill.

The level of agriculture development is to a large extent determined by technologies, equipment, and machinery available. All the latest technologic innovations and sales hits were displayed at the Field Day event in Yaroslavl region, which took place in the fields of Pakhma Agricultural Firm for the second year running.

Kverneland Group, Norway’s largest concern, is celebrating its 135th anniversary this year. Over the years the company has gone a long way from a village forge to an international corporation. The company has factories in 9 countries worldwide. In the anniversary year the company has opened a new production site in Russia.

Simple, reliable, all-purpose: such are the terms applied by farmers across the globe to the Strawmaster 7000 wide grip, spiked tooth harrow from the Canadian Company Degelman. AgroCentre specialists believe that this unique product of North American designers has shown itself to advantage on Russian fields. Today an increasing number of farmers are showing an interest in this tool.