“It was a logical choice,” about the purchase of the first set of SIP double mowers ever sold in New Zealand (in 2011) said Southland farm manager Murray Kennedy, who on 3400 hectares (of which 1800 ha are suitable for agricultural use) manages Jedburgh Station, inland from Wyndham. He is carrying on the development legacy, which owner Tim Story started with his brother back in the late 60s.
“We crop about 100 hectares of winter crop and shut up around 150 ha every year for silage. The first set was great, and the new one with SILVERCUT DISC 300 F and 380 S, is a step up again. Better crop flow with improved cover design, all-round with over 9000 ha under our belt we have had an excellent run with SIP product.” ?⚫️