GS-24,5 Grain Cart with Grain Extractor Koyker

Svenska Foder is one of the largest grain dealers in Sweden and has during the last few years gradually scaled up their grain storing in Sweden and during 2014 they have bagged close to 35.000 tons on several locations in southern and central Sweden. “The system is reducing the pressure on the internal transports and enables us to handle volumes that we are not motivated financially to invest in to be able to handle” says CEO Johan Nordenblad. The company has also noticed that grain stored in silo bags normally has a more even and lower moisture content on extraction, something that keeps cost of drying down and enables a more smooth drying process. “We see this as a complement in our activities. With straight forward entrepreneurs and knowledgeable staff working for them, it works well”.

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Ellenholm & Vadensjö jordbruks AB, a farming and vegetable operating company encompassing some 1000 ha in the south of Sweden, was the first customer to purchase the 2014 edition of the grain saver grain cart 24,5. “We needed to solve our field logistics and having observed customers operating the grain carts sold by Farm Mac before and how they handled their customer relations, we decided to order a grain cart for this season” says Lars Wall Persson, one of the two shareholders.

There was a great amount of attraction on the Borgeby show and additional orders was signed also for deliveries in 2015. Farm mac, by far the market leader in Scandinavia on grain carts, having delivered more than 70 units of grain carts in total to Norwegian, Swedish, Danish and Finnish farmers.

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On the Brno show in Czech Republic at the end of March, it was the premier showing of the new Grain Saver assortment of machinery, recently being developed  by Farm Mac and Eurobagging in collaboration with Armadis. The reception from foremost Czeck farmers was good and the machines is now ready for serial production. A total of 12 machines are planned for production in 2014, being sold to Poland, Sweden, Denmark, England already.