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Mt Linton Station

New Racewell Sheep Handlers for Mt Linton Station

It’s the lamb production scale that prompted Mount Linton to upgrade their 12-year-old Racewell Sheep Handlers for the latest Racewell HD4 model. When you have thousands and thousands of lambs to wean, you need efficiency! 

The Best Photos of 2020

The Best Photos of 2020

2020 has been an unpredictable year but despite the global pandemic, we have still been able to get our into Te Pari Country and capture these awesome photos.


Taking the stress out of Animal Management | Anna Gillespie

Taking the stress out of Animal Management

In the backblocks of Central Otago, Anna and Ben Gillespie run the award-winning Two Farmers Farming, in Omakau. Despite -10℃ icy winters and 30+℃ dry summers they graze 700 dairy heifers on their 400ha block each year as well as finishing 500 prime steers. 

Tom Lyons discuss' the Racewell Sheep Handler

A Game Changer | Tom Lyons

After out-growing the Racwell HD3, Tom needed to upgrade his handler to get the maximum return out of his farming operation. Given how well the Racewell had performed over the years, it was a no-brainer to upgrade to the Racewell HD4. Watch the video as Tom discuss' how the Racewell HD4 and T30 Scale System has taken his operation to the next level.

Increasing accuracy & efficiency in sheep farming | James Almond

Increasing Accuracy & Efficiency In Sheep Farming | James Almond

Agronomist and sheep farmer James Almond runs an intensive farming unit at Lancefield in the heart of Victoria, Australia. With 1200 Australian White ewes lambing twice a year, James needed a robust sheep handler that could stand up to the frequent handling of these big ewes which are notoriously hard on people and machinery, plus a system he could operate by himself without the help of a second labour unit. 

A Sound Investment | Boonderoo Pastoral Discuss The Future

A Sound Investment for a Positive Future

Producers willing to make an investment in animal handling equipment need to know they won't be pouring more money in for at least the next decade.

That was certainly the case for Lachie Seears who runs the 2920 hectare Boonderoo Pastoral Company, 30 kilometres south-west of Lucindale in South Australia.