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“We are pleased that BEDNAR allowed us to test the new Matador MO seed drill during field tests last year”, says Skirmantas Diliautas of Agrokoncerno technika. “The crops developed well, particularly in terms of the root development. The main advantages of the machine include the ability to cultivate soil, apply fertilizer at two different depth levels and plant seed, all in one pass. The machine handles up to three operations in one pass. It features hydraulic tine protection with a release force of 870 kg. The Matador can work under most demanding conditions thanks to these features,”

“All tyres are mounted independently and the central axle is spring-loaded to absorb shocks. The offset packer also has maximum throughput under wet conditions. Those are some of the assets of the Matador MO 6000. It is a reward for several years of development and the effort to offer a product with many advantages,” adds David Ryčl, Marketing Director of BEDNAR.

Ką pasėsi is the largest agricultural fair in the Baltic countries, with about 80 thousand visitors attending every year.

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