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Hutcheon & Pearce is a family owned and operated business established in 1953, specialising in the sale of new and used agricultural machinery including tractors, combine harvesters, seeding machinery, material handling machinery, hay and forage machinery ...
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Case IH is a global leader in agricultural equipment, committed to collaborating with its customers to develop the most powerful, productive, reliable equipment. Productivity enhancing products include tractors; combines and harvesters, hay and forage ...
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Neil's Parts is 'Australia's Largest Supplier of New, Used and Rebuilt Tractor, Header, Cotton Picker and Implement Parts
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An agricultural machinery company serving all of Tasmania
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You can rely on Coonalpyn Farm Machinery to provide and service your farm machinery. The Upper Murray Mallee's premier Honda Dealer supplying a complete range of Honda Motorcycles and ATVs.Complete diesel and general service facilities available
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We cater for customers from farmers, tradies, DIYs to the high performance car enthusiasts.
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Larwoods Ag Services
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Mounts Machinery are a New Holland, Case-IH and Iveco dealer in Roma, Qld, that specialises in new and used equipment, Ag machinery. New Holland credit available.
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09/07/08 - G & J East supplies a distinctive range of farm equipment that includes hay equipment, boom sprayers, sweepers, harrows and tillage as well as seeding disc ploughs.
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08/07/08 - G & J East provides a comprehensive range of farm machinery including tractors, mowers and vineyard equipment.
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07/07/08 - G & J East specialises in the distribution of farm machinery.
The new project aims to quantify the benefits many growers are seeing in their cotton crops after planting corn the previous summer season.
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04/10/06 - Pioneer Hi-Bred Australia is backing a new project aims to quantify the benefits many growers are seeing in their cotton crops after planting corn the previous summer season.

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