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Bourgault 3420 PHD wins Henty Machine of the YearBourgault 3420 PHD wins Henty Machine of the Year - Tuesday, 19 September 2017
The 24m wide 3420 PHD Paralink Hoe Drill, entered by Bourgault is the winner of the coveted Henty Machine of the Year Award.  The drill impressed judges with its unique folding mechanism, with the wings able to be folded and unfolded in three-and-a-half minutes for transport.  As one of the widest drills on the market, the 3420 was debuted by Canadian manufacture Bourgault to Australian dealers at Howlong in June, with Henty being its first public display.
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Bourgault Debuts New Broadacre Drill - Monday, 14 August 2017
"Canadian manufacturer Bourgault has officially launched its 24m 3420 PHD Paralink hoe drill in Australia, with a 30m model to follow next season."

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Topcon X30 Training Days - Friday, 7 April 2017
Yet again the Perth weather was glorious for our recent 7000 Series and Topcon X30 training days held in March this year. A strong turnout of Precision Ag Specialists and Service Techs from our nationwide dealer network attended the dealer day keeping up-to-date with the latest developments as well as a second day where new customers were invited to prepare for their first season with their new Bourgault airseeder.  Farmers and dealer staff alike were given the opportunity to get hands-on with the set up for airseeder calibration, Seed Rate Control, the Auto Section Control (ASC) system as well as the newly introduced Packmaster feature for 3320 PHD drills.

Special thanks from the Bourgault Australia team to the guys from St Brieux who travelled over to run the presentations for us and for their ongoing support.  Thanks also to Topcon for contributing to a successful two day event.  Or customers and techs certainly learnt their fare share.