Getting ready for drilling the wheat in a week. Oil seed rape is all in and starting to come through. Julian is busy pressing the land to level and consolidate to encourage blackgrass to grow on one of the challengers. … Read More
The founder member of the PX Farms museum leaves for a new life. Im going to keep tabs of its history so i can buy back in 20 years to put in the museum.
Jim Mcgarry drives J7 PXF – Posted using BlogPress from my iPhone
Chris and Chris using two 550 hp cat challengers. Drilling osr with two 8 metre drills, one Vaderstad the other a Horsch. 85-100 ha each a day. The one on the right is the new member to the fleet. New … Read More
First in the world, automatic grain dryer. working with Z tech we have invented a automatic grain dryer. Retro fitted to any grain dryer with electric speed discharge. Set the out moisture to wheat at 15% mc and the dryer … Read More
Richard James and Chris Nunn came from Ousden nr Newmarket Suffolk to bale the straw for the power station at Ely. Straw yields where variable depending on first or second wheat crop or previous crop ie beans or osr. The … Read More
250 acres a day average, 1000 tonnes a day carted back to the store. We where clearing farms not fields this year. The chaser bin driver kept up with the two combines. The unloading time makes all the difference. Compaction … Read More
Corn carting with the artic lorries and horsch chaser bin on the Cat challenger 75E. Chaser bin holds 28 tonne and unloads in 2.41 minutes. Theres no room for error at 170 kg a second.
The Farmer’s Guardian have also reported on our new solar panels. They’re proving to be a hit in all parts of the media! The article is reproduced below: A lucky find abroad means Cambridgeshire farmer James Peck can make the … Read More