Unique design

A LITTLEPORT company is marketing a unique machine which will help growers establish large areas of oilseed rape crop quickly and at low cost. Techneat Engineering, of Henry Crabb Road is launching the new split hopper Autocast machine at a major industry

A LITTLEPORT company is marketing a unique machine which will help growers establish large areas of oilseed rape crop quickly and at low cost.

Techneat Engineering, of Henry Crabb Road is launching the new split hopper Autocast machine at a major industry show this week.

The machine mixes oilseed rape seed and slug pellets saving time and money whilst achieving the optimum mix.

It has been designed by Cambridgeshire farmer, Michael Godfrey, who believes the new design will prove extremely popular with growers.


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