Precision Farming

November 2006
Farmers Weekly;11/3/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 18, Special Section p10
Trade Publication
The article relates how Claas, the agricultural machinery manufacturer of the Lexion brand, is able to meet all the precision farming needs of farmers in Great Britain. Since AGROCOM yield mapping was first introduced in Great Britain, there are over 400 Lexion 400, 500 or 600 series combines fitted with this system, either as standard or retrofit.


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