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In the first edition of the Agroinvestment Summit we discussed new trends and innovation in precision farming, highlighting sustanaible and environmentally friendly machinery design concepts. African Farming's 2nd edition summit will look at the deployment of agro-machinery specifically in Nigeria and technology via OEM partnerships.
The TL30.70 provides a maximum lift capacity of 3 tonne and a maximum lift height of nearly 7m; the overall width remains at less than 2.1m even with 24 inch tyres
VST, power tillers and tractors manufacturer, has published a case study, aiming to study the field performance of VST products in the paddy fields of Nigeria
Uber-style tractor services are transforming the agricultural sector in Nigeria and Kenya, says World Bank Group expert, Panos Varangis
John Deere is working with the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (FMARD) of Nigeria and the Nigerian Agricultural Mechanisation & Equipment Leasing Company (NAMEL) to improve the productivity and yields of small farmers through affordable and local access to farming mechanisation services