Putting Amazone to practical use: Fans in Austria – the Brandstetter family

The Catros+ 5002-2 TS disc harrow was added to the machine fleet at the beginning of May.

The view of the equipment fleet on the Brandstetter family's farm shows something special: Several of the Amazone machines there are already in their third generation, including our ZA-TS spreader and an Amazone sowing combination of KX rotary cultivator and AD-P Special. Messrs Johann senior and junior work consistently with Amazone equipment, including a Catros disc harrow, a Cenius Special cultivator and an Amazone UF mounted sprayer in an up to date specification.

Johann Brandstetter senior and junior have been genuine Amazone fans for decades and are extremely satisfied with the performance and durability of our systems. The father and son run a successful business on their farm in Andrichsfurt in the Innviertel of Upper Austria across 80 hectares of farmland, where they grow maize, rape, barley, wheat and green manures. They also do some contracting as well as keeping and fattening pigs. The performance of the near-full range of Amazone machinery provides valuable assistance on the heavy soil and hilly land, while helping produce excellent results.

The company Landtechnik Karl Deschberger and our factory representative Leopold Eder take care of the Brandstetter family. We would like to thank the family for showing outstanding loyalty towards our machinery and hope they continue to reap good yields and enjoy their work.

WindControl - Calm conditions at the touch of a button

The effect of the wind on the spread pattern can be permanently monitored and automatically compensated for by WindControl. A high-frequency wind sensor mounted on the machine records both the wind speed and the wind direction and transmits this information to the job computer.

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