Utmost precision!

The more precisely and evenly a seed is sown, the easier it is to work and harvest, and the greater is the possible yield. Seeding with GPS and GEOCONTROL in combination with the Monopill e-drive II is a major step towards precision and cost saving. These machines are all equipped with ISOBUS technology which, with the help of the IsoMatch Tellus terminal, can be easily controlled.

Utmost precision!

As innovative supplier of agricultural implements, Kverneland Group profiles itself as leading company in the field of electronic steering systems. The communication concept iM FARMING describes and presents our offering on ISOBUS machinery and solutions for electronic steering of implement – giving an insight into the benefits and efficiency of our extensive offering.

Sugar beet field emergence

Precise seeding with GEOCONTROL & GEOSEED

GEOCONTROL – cost saving with immediate payback

Each electric driven seeding element, in combination with GPS and GEOCONTROL, is automatically switched on or off in exactly the right place, ensuring there is no overlap with any row that has already been seeded. This is especially handy in triangular fields, on curved or irregular shaped headlands. You can also continue seeding at night since the switching on/off of the seed elements is completely reliable.

GEOSEED – Precision at high end

GEOSEED is optional equipment for the Monopill e-drive II. In combination with GEOCONTROL and RTK-GPS, the Monopill e-drive II with GEOSEED allows seeding in parallel and diamond pattern.

  • Alignment of the seed placement in parallel or diamond pattern – beyond the machine width
  • Optimum use of nutrients of the soil – by even plant distribution
  • Avoiding water – and wind erosion in hilly conditions
  • Depending on seed distance “cross” – interrow cultivation possible
  • Patented system

6. February 2017

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...