Keep up to date with the latest news from Garford Farm Machinery. Find out about product launches, company news and the latest events we’re attending.
Mechanical weeding becomes intelligent Zürn and Garford to cooperate The cutting platform and field research technology specialist Zürn Harvesting has acquired a majority stake in the English hoeing technology manufacturer Garford Farm Machinery Ltd. The German family-owned company is thus expanding its product range to include the growth market of mechanical weed control and future-oriented […]Read full story
Garford Farm Machinery will be attending a selection of shows throughout 2019 that include field days, conferences and large exhibitions all over the world. We will keep you updated of when these events are through our website home page and Garford Farm Machinery social media. Garford Farm Machinery specialise in mechanical and target application weed control […]Read full story
Robocrop Baby Leaf Salad Hoe The Garford Robocrop Baby Leaf hoe is designed for delicate hoeing in baby leaf crops working at narrowest of row spacing’s using inter row technology and disc steering to carefully weed between the rows as narrow as sub 50mm. The Garford Robocrop Baby Leaf Hoe is designed to deliver the […]Read full story
Designed to show the abilities of our specialist equipment, the site is packed with videos and large pictures of our machinery in action. You’ll also find information about the company and our products, our latest news and information about events we’re attending. We believe the new site reflects our brand and are thrilled with the […]Read full story
Garford Farm Machinery Ltd announce the latest version of their vision guidance system, the “Robocrop 4-quick touch!”. The latest system will be available for order placed this summertime and features a number of enhancements. The user interface now features a compact touch screen with instantly recognisable symbols now replacing the previous text appearance. The touch […]Read full story
Precision technology that will allow reduced herbicide use by accurately identifying and spot-spraying weeds, developed from research funded by the Horticultural Development Company (HDC), is to go into commercial production. The prototype device combines an innovative image analysis-based system for identifying a variety of weeds in row crops, coupled with a choice of two precision […]Read full story
Garford Farm Machinery Ltd, exhibiting at the Cereals 2014 event, were hugely encourgaged to be awarded the Gold IMMA Award for their Robocrop Spot Sprayer. The award was received for Innovation in the Sprayer category, in this new competition organised by the Cereals Event and supported by the Agricultural Engineers Association, IAgrE, the Royal Agricultural […]Read full story