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Following the success in UK and across Europe of the 3m, 4m and 6m EasyDrill, Sky Agriculture have introduced an 8m model into the range. This will be on show for the first time in the UK at Cereals Event 2021.
The Sky EasyDrill has been central to the Wills Estate transitioning to regenerative agriculture.
OPICO has appointed Katherine Bliss as Assistant Marketing Manager.
After evaluating several drills, the Hoggard family plumped for Sky Agriculture’s 4m EasyDrill. 'We’ve been very impressed with the even seed placement', says Tom Hoggard.
We are also doing everything possible to keep the company running smoothly and supporting farmers and contractors at this busy time of the farming year.
Chris Carter has taken on the responsibility of Technical Support Specialist for the SKY Agriculture brand, in addition to his current role as OPICO’s Technical Support engineer for central England.
Glenn Bootman has been appointed as Product Manager for SKY Agriculture drills and the HE-VA cultivation range in the UK.
OPICO Ltd is pleased to announce the expansion of its partnership with Netherton Tractors Limited, to include Maschio Gaspardo tillage and seeding equipment and Maschio flail mowers, SKY grain drills and Strautmann forage and feeding wagons.
OPICO has appointed Jess Percival as Web and Digital Marketing Coordinator to manage social and digital communications, further complementing the already strong marketing team.
OPICO has appointed Charlie Wilson as a new Territory Manager to cover Western, Central and Northern Scotland.
OPICO has appointed Harvey Sherwin as a new Territory Manager to cover East Anglia and South East England.
OPICO has appointed Tom Brookes as Demonstrator, primarily for SKY drills, HE-VA cultivation equipment and OPICO inter-row cultivators.
OPICO Ltd is pleased to announce the appointment of Brian Robinson Machinery (BRM Ltd) to their HE-VA and Sky dealer network.
OPICO began importing Sky's Easy Drill to the UK in 2016. It has evolved from an initial collaboration in the 1970s between Sulky's Jacques Burel and Sam Moore who invented the Moore Unidrill, to the state of the art, latest generation 4 hopper, technologically sophisticated EasyDrill of today.
"Every time you want to do something with this drill, its like a Frenchman has already thought about it and made it a little bit easier for you" says Tom Martin
Sky Agriculture will have a whole host of updates for its EasyDrill and MaxiDrill ranges at Lamma 2020.
Drilling OSR and companion crops is straight forward with Sky's EasyDrill and its three hoppers.
FW rounds up the no-till drills on show at Groundswell, read their observations about Sky's EasyDrill.
Farmers Guide review: subtle changes improve coulter line with fewer wearing parts