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"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
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.
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
After four decades of direct-drilling one Surrey grower believes he's finally found the ideal machine to get best results from his wide-ranging soil types and varied cropping.
Sky Agriculture has secured a 29.2% share of the French trailed drill market in 2018.
New and improved coulter line for the Sky's EasyDrill
OPICO has appointed Alex Smith as Maschio Service Manager and UK Technical Support to cover OPICO, HE-VA, SKY, Strautmann and Maschio brands in East Anglia, Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.
The features and versatility of the 6m Sky EasyDrill are central to the Cheyne Farming Partnership's long-term objective of future-proofing the business by producing the same quality of grain for less through efficiencies.
OPICO has appointed Dan Barnes as new UK Technical Support, to cover the South West, Central South of England and South and mid-Wales.
OPICO Ltd is pleased to announce the expansion of its partnership with C&O Tractors to include HE-VA cultivation machinery and SKY grain drills.
OPICO Ltd is pleased to announce the expansion of its partnership with Chandlers (Farm Equipment) Limited, to include Maschio Gaspardo , SKY and Strautmann machinery.
Cambridgeshire grower Edward Davison picks out the best and worst points of his Sky Easy Drill, which he bought in 2016 when his crop yields were hammered by a high weed count
Lincolnshire farmer, Mick Baker was drawn by the versatility of the EasyDrill and the fact that it could drill into almost any seedbed, from untilled stubble to traditionally cultivated land.
OPICO has appointed Alan Watt as a new Territory Manager to cover Western, Central and Northern Scotland.
Increased versatility from updated SKY MaxiDrill cultivator drill to include the ability to establish/apply three products at once via two separate distribution systems.
"After the 2014 floods we decided to put the whole farm over to a direct drill basis"