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  1. Dingwall Academy Scale Model & Craft Show 2018

    Dingwall Academy Scale Model & Craft Show 2018

    HRN Tractors attended the Dingwall Academy Scale Model & Craft Show held in Dingwall Academy, Dingwall on 01th February 2018.

    All monies raised will be utilised by Dingwall Academy to purchase materials for the Learning Support Base which specialises in supporting children with hearing/visual impairment, Spectrum disorders (autism, dyslexia) and mobility issues.

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  2. It’s a reliable brand

    It’s a reliable brand

    In the past year,  the McGregor family have acquired from Earnvale, two new John Deere 6150R tractors and a 732 trailed sprayer, for work on their mainly arable enterprise, which Colin runs with his two sons, Grant and Fraser.

    “We’ve used John Deere machinery for a long time and have always got on well with them – it’s a reliable brand,” explained Colin, who normally replaces his tractors after 6000 hours work.

    “The 6150R suits us, as it’s big enough, ...

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  3. The hydrostatic transmission makes it ideal for small spaces

    The hydrostatic transmission makes it ideal for small spaces

    Along with their arable ground, the Cameron family run 100 suckler cows at West Bonhard, Scone, but it was for their 90,000 broiler chickens that they needed their new John Deere 3036E compact tractor.

    “The majority of our chicken sheds are low, wooden sheds with pillars every 10 feet – so we need a tractor of a certain size to be able to muck them out,” explained Graham Cameron.

    “Our previous tractor was a 1976 International 434, so we were in great need of an ...

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  4. John Deere 6150R makes life a lot easier

    John Deere 6150R makes life a lot easier

    Agricultural contractor Ron Crichton, has dealt with Earnvale since he bought his first John Deere in 1985. Last year, he upgraded from a 6930 to a 6150R with direct drive transmission, and finds both the new gearbox and the more comfortable cab, make life a lot easier.

    Based at Mains of Dounie, Kirkmichael, and working within a 25-mile radius, his new acquisition is used for a variety of contract work and has already clocked up 2500 hours.

    “I first opted for a John ...

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  5. John Deere 6125R “We’ve always preferred John Deeres”

    John Deere 6125R “We’ve always preferred John Deeres”

    The Steel family’s new John Deere 6125R with Trima loader is a more powerful yet quieter version of their previous John Deere 6420S, with added benefits of a comfier, roomier cab, front axle and cab suspension, and a 50km/h top speed.

    Matt and Irene Steel, with son James, run a mixed arable and beef set-up, where they finish all calves on-farm. Their new addition will mainly be used for stock work.

    “Our last tractor managed 12,000 hours from new and never gave us any ...

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  6. John Deere 6115R “I am very loyal to the brand”

    John Deere 6115R “I am very loyal to the brand”

    Leslie King took ownership of his new John Deere 6115R tractor with an H310 front loader in March, having traded in his previous 2007 John Deere.

     

    Based on a Dunecht Estate 250-acre arable and beef unit, the King family have dealt with HRN for 25 years and have bought John Deere tractors since the 1970s.

    “I also have two John Deere balers and a John Deere combine, so I’m very loyal to the brand, but that’s because they look after their customers well ...

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  7. John Deere 9640i WTS Hillmaster combine proves to be an excellent attribute

    John Deere 9640i WTS Hillmaster combine proves to be an excellent attribute

    Ian Davidson’s John Deere 9640 Hillmaster combine purchased in June this year from HRN has proved to be an excellent attribute for the steep ground at Mill of Alvah, where the family run a mixed enterprise, including 500 ewes, 250 fattening cattle and 350 acres of cereals (50 acres of winter barley and 300 of spring barley).


    “The auto levelling and hillmaster ensures better production, and the grain samples are a lot cleaner than my previous Class combine. So, although ...

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  8. Bunning Lowlander 150 saving both time and money!

    Bunning Lowlander 150 saving both time and money!

    Taking ownership of a new Bunning Lowlander 150 muck spreader has helped save on time and money in the long-run, for Alex Milne, who farms 1400 acres of livestock and arable ground at Fyvie, Turriff.

    With a spreading distance of 24 metres, compared to 6 metres with his previous machine and double the capacity, his new purchase is far more efficient, and its low compaction on the field works well with the farm’s min-till system.
    “The fewer runs up and down the field, the ...

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  9. Customer Profile; E J Stephen, Netherthird, Rothienorman

    Customer Profile; E J Stephen, Netherthird, Rothienorman

    The Stephen family are delighted with their new John Deere W540 combine, which replaced their New Holland TX34.
    “It was always New Holland combines that we had before, but all our other machinery is John Deere, so we knew that it would be well built and that we would receive good service from them,” explained Stuart Stephen, who works alongside his father in the family business.
    The Stephens run a predominantly arable farm, growing mainly spring malting barley (430 acres), ...

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