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IFJ retrofitting 7.5m dribble bar on 15-year old 2400LGP

Peter Thomas Keaveney of the Irish Farmers Journal travelled west to our factory in Co Mayo to follow a 15-year old 2,400 gallon LGP tanker through a retro-fit process where it was married up to a new MAJOR 7.5m 32 outlet dribble bar slurry spreader....

January 8, 2021
New equipment has its place across two operations

New 6.3m (20-ft) Cyclone helps Wilson County, North Carolina farmer Thomas Webb successfully balance labour and equipment demands between mixed crops including corn, tobacco, peppers and cucumbers.   Armed with a Field Crops Technology degree from NC State University, the fifth generation farmer came home...

December 7, 2020
Balancing demand and crop rotation guides North Carolina family farm

Major Cyclone helps family save over $2800 alone this year. When brothers Wyatt and Frank Scott returned home to their Lucama, North Carolina family farm after earning degrees from NC State University in 2016, they planted 18 acres of sweet potatoes. This year, 200 acres...

November 19, 2020
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Major Mowers at Shrewsbury

We had an old model Major12ft and it was replaced in 2015 with a MJ70-550 Roller Mower. Before buying, we looked at several of the leading brands of wide-area mower and kept coming back to the simplicity and reliability of the Major mower. The old mower had given us so much good service without breakdown issues that in comparing with other products that were more complicated, we decided to stay with the Major because it was tried, tested and trusted. Its performance has been excellent. And because it’s wider, we get over the ground a lot quicker, it’s a very solid, robust machine that leaves a very good cut, regardless of conditions. Last year, it cut the entire season with just one set of blades, which is a testament to the machine’s durability.
Kevin Price, Mechanical Technician, Shrewsbury Town Council
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