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Autumn 2019 High Performance Magazine

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TECHNOLOGY TRIUMPH AT TAIC 2018 was a big year for our friends at FarmLink. Hutcheon & Pearce was happy to be able to partner with them on their farming system change at the Temora Agricultural Innovation Centre (TAIC). Here we caught up with Eva Moffitt, Senior Research Officer at FarmLink, to discuss what was involved […]

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Summer 2018 High Performance Magazine

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DEMONSTRATING THE DIFFERENCE   If you’re looking to purchase new equipment in 2019, now is the time to try before you buy. At Hutcheon & Pearce, we’re all about making sure the fit is right before investing in machinery, and we love a good Demo here. We caught up with Sales Representative at our Coleambally […]

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Autumn 2018 High Performance Magazine

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RIDE-ON VERSUS ZERO TURN MOWER Choosing the right option for your property After purchasing a bigger home, building on a large block or when you’re just updating the old Cox, a common purchasing decision comes to the forefront: Should I buy a conventional ride-on mower or go for a zero-turn? This question comes up time […]

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Autumn 2019 High Performance Magazine

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NO ‘PLAN B’ TO ENTER A TRADE Job security, competitive earning capacity, on-the-job-training… There are many reasons a trade should be considered as a serious and first choice career option for school leavers. But, as Hutcheon & Pearce Human Resources Manager Sarah Johnson explains, apprenticeships are still placing second to going to university, with many […]

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Autumn 2019 High Performance Magazine

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MEET THE ANDREAZZAS: 2018 NSW FARMERS OF THE YEAR Local farmers Glen and Julie Andreazza of Wilbriggie, near Griffith, have been named NSW Farmers of the Year for 2018. Implementing a range of innovative farming practices, Glen and Julie have been recognised for balancing environmental practices with making a profit. Long-time Hutcheon & Pearce customers, […]

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Autumn 2019 High Performance Magazine

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VERSATILITY AT YOUR FINGERTIPS   Representing versatility, comfort and great value for money, John Deere’s 6M Series tractors are hard to beat – in the paddock, the dairy, the vineyard, the orchard or as part of a mixed farming operation. Our Sales Operations Manager Andrew Watt tells us what makes the 6M a real standout. […]

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Autumn 2019 High Performance Magazine

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It’s only just begun for H&P TOPGUNS   The new year marks a new start for many of Hutcheon & Pearce’s TOPGUNs, as the new recruits embark on a brand new career and our graduates take theirs to a brand new level. With 12 new apprentices and trainees joining the family and five graduating apprentices […]

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Autumn 2019 High Performance Magazine

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Battling the cold for TECSight hot topics With integrated solutions a big part of the Hutcheon & Pearce vision for the future, our TECSight team is constantly looking ahead to which products and service trends will have the biggest benefits for our farming community. Earlier this year, Manager of TECSight Integrated Solutions, Sam Horan attended […]

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Summer 2018/19 High Performance Magazine

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The year that was – highlights from 2018 It’s been another big year for the team at Hutcheon & Pearce! Some of the highlights for us included celebrating the centenary of John Deere tractors at Henty, putting sprayers, balers and headers through their paces at various demo days across our footprint, and the big grins […]

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Summer 2018/19 High Performance Magazine

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WHAT TO CONSIDER WHEN BUYING A COMPACT UTILITY TRACTOR Are you thinking of moving from a ride-on mower up to a small tractor but don’t know where to start? The compact utility tractor market is highly competitive, with sub-compact (up to 30hp) and compact utility (30-60hp) machines available. Tractor buyers can expect to outlay from […]

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