"Machine of the Year” award for Kv 2500 i-Plough®

The ISOBUS Kverneland 2500  i-Plough® has received the prestigious prize : “Machine of the Year” at Agritechnica 2015 (Hannover), 10th of November.

"Machine of the Year” award for Kv 2500 i-Plough®
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The jury evaluates the relevance of the innovations which must benefit the farmers life. Such innovations must also be commercialised.

The concept of the “Machine of the Year” was initiated in 1997 by the DLV media group. The jury is pan European; composed of journalists from 16 different agriculture media, representing as many as 11 countries. 

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The award was remitted in the presence of:

Mr Dai Watanabe, Kverneland Group CEO & President. (center)
Mr Thomas Bortz, KvGroup Deutschland, Managing Director
Mr Dominik Haselhorst, KvGroup Operations Norway, Manager for Product Management
Mr Odd Braut, KvGroup Operations Norway, New Design team leader

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"From road to perfect ploughing in a record time". 
Kverneland 2500  i-Plough®, Isobus mounted reversible plough, enables any relevant plough settings for perfect furrows from the tractor cabin. On board, the Isobus screen clearly shows how to adjust the plough within finger tips

Kverneland innovations also apply to the design of the plough and to mechanical aspects that simplify the working life of the farmer

Agroteknikk Gold Medal
The “Machine of the Year” award actually follows the Gold Medal granted two weeks earlier by the jury for Agroteknikk to the Kverneland 2500 i-Plough®. The actual Agroteknikk fair takes place 26-29th Nov. in Lillestrøm, Norway.

Kverneland = "innovations"
Kverneland has a long tradition in developing solutions that contribute to the farmers welfare. The Machine of the Year award acknowledges the leading role of Kverneland in the plough industry.

12. November 2015

South of Stenungsund, Anrås Gård is run, so far as a leasehold, by Pontus and Mathilda Sandén. The milking parlour, with a tied-up system of short stalls and tube milking, was rebuilt after a fire in 1994 and has room for 55 yearling cows and recruitment. On a nearby farm that the couple also leases, there is a stable with room for 120 bulls that are raised for slaughter. These are partly the farm's own dairy bulls and partly bulls that are bought half a year old in the autumn and sent for slaughter about a year later.

Confidence with Kverneland

Pontus and Mathilda Sandén believe in a future in agriculture. The planning of a new stable with robotic milking and a substantial increase in the numbe...