News

12/12/2018

Thank you for cooperation – PF 2019

Dear Business Partners, Employees, Colleagues, We would like to thank you for your cooperation in the year that is about to end. We wish you strong health, a lot of happiness and well-being.
12/10/2018

Farmet takes steps to enter Uzbekistan's market

Uzbekistan is too often thought of as some central Asian country with a semi-dictatorial regime. In fact, this country is currently going through turbulent changes, aiming for liberalization and democratization politically and a more open market economically.
12/9/2018

Christchurch A&P show

The popular agricultural Christchurch A&P Show took place from 14th to 16th November 2018 in the south island of New Zealand.
12/2/2018

Yugagro International Fair

The largest exhibition in Russia focused on agricultural technology, equipment and materials for the production and processing of agricultural products.
11/25/2018

Strip-till Soil Cultivation

Zemas a.s. Čejč is a business that manages 2,900 hectares of agricultural land in the cadastre of 7 South Moravian municipalities. The cultivated soil is medium-heavy to heavy, and sandy in some places. The company uses stubble cultivation at a depth of 30 cm for all its fields. Each year, a few fields are selected to be cultivated at a greater depth, up to 65 cm.
11/19/2018

Farmet in the Press – the OFI magazine

The November issue of OFI (Oils and Fats Magazine, www.ofimagazine.com) comes with our article on solvent(hexane)-free soybean processing.
11/18/2018

Triton in Various Conditions

Mr. Zajíc from Chotutice in the Central Bohemian Region has tested Triton 450 PS in various conditions.
11/14/2018

Farmet in New Zealand

The year 2018 has been full of success for Farmet, whether in regard to the new products introduced to the market, increased production capacity, or the reinforcement of our position in the current and new countries.
11/11/2018

Competition of Farmet Machines in Former Cidlina River Bed

Three Farmet machines competed in a difficult cultivation match in the former Cidlina River bed: Triton 450 PS, a specialist in crop residue incorporation; Fantom 650 PRO, a light ploughshare cultivator and stubble plough; and Digger 3, a deep cultivator (chisel plough). The field where corn for grain grew was harvested with a combined harvester. Moreover, wild boars ate in the field and crushed it, which made the cultivation conditions harder. The extremely heavy soil did not allow for cultivation deeper than 17 cm. In spite of these conditions, we compared the work of 3 different machines.
11/7/2018

Greening and Catch Crops

Since 2015, catch crops have been one of the ways fulfilling the function of greening. Greening is one of the conditions for receiving direct payments. To meet the conditions of greening, farmers choose from a wide range of EFA areas (Ecological Focus Area). When choosing an area with catch crops, the seeding of a mix of catch crops is required.