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What is soil structure and why is it important?

As farmers you know the importance of soil in all that you do. At EZ Machinery, we are committed to protecting and developing the quality of the soils in Australia. As part of this, we wanted to take some time to talk about the importance of soil structure in agriculture and explain how our machines play a role in ensuring the future of your farm for generations.   What is soil structure? When we’re talking about soil structure, we’re referring to the arrangement of your soil particles, the different materials in your soil, and the oxygen contained in your soil. […]

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How does a bagging machine work?

Whether it’s for small scale productions or a commercial-size operation, a bagging machine can make light work of packing a variety of materials from an extensive range of industries, including agriculture, landscaping, foodstuffs, and earthmoving. The convenience of these machines to handle the time consuming and heavily laborious task of bagging product with speed and accuracy, is another reason why a bagging machine should be the next addition to your operation. What do they do, and how do they work? Bagging machine systems are used to automatically fill and seal products inside a bag or pouch. Automatic bagging machines can be[…]

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Extend the life of your farm equipment

If there’s anyone (or anything) that will always have your back when it comes to farm work, it’s going to be your farm equipment. But given the nature of their tasks, agricultural equipment is no stranger to breakdowns. If these pieces of equipment are not kept in top shape, they can pose a danger to property, crops, and their operator. Here are some tips to keep your machines working their best and prevent untimely breakdowns that can hurt your farm’s productivity. Ensure that the Operator has the Right Training To make sure that your equipment serves you well, you also[…]

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Things only Queensland farmers understand

When you’re out and working on the land, it’s tough. There’s no denying it. But it’s also deeply rewarding, and we want to recognise the commitment, dedication and ongoing struggle that you go through every day. At EZ Machinery we’re committed to the growth and development of Queensland’s agricultural industry and are here to support and help you out in every way possible. We do this by ensuring that every piece of EZ Machinery equipment is robust, durable, and built tough to ensure that you have the best tools at your disposal no matter what job you’re tackling.   There[…]

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Agricultural Industry in Australia is growing

Australia is a massive country with one of the biggest areas in the world. It is also one of the most difficult places on earth, with incredible stretches of vast desert, relentless heat, sporadic rains, and unworkable terrain. And yet, we make it work. The farmers and agriculturalists of Australia make it work. Since we first saw crops domesticated around 10,000 years ago, there have been incredible advances in human development thanks to the continued supply of quality food. Crop production techniques have also advanced, and today the agricultural industry is highly sophisticated and very technological. Our Aussie farmers have[…]

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How to improve soil quality in Australia

Australian farmers depend on soil. They rely on the quality of the soil they are using to produce quality crops and feed for livestock and to sustain our way of life. Healthy soil requires biological, chemical and physical properties working in combination to promote the health and quality of plants, animals and humans. In Queensland, we have a large number of agricultural zones which produce wheat, sorghum, maize, barley, and a range of other crops. We depend on our soils, and it is important that they are managed sustainably so that the salts and mineral levels in them are kept[…]

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Farm emergency plan and safety checklist

As farmers, you are vulnerable to bushfires, floods, and other damaging environmental events. It is vital that you are prepared to protect your farm, family, crops, animals, livestock, buildings, and equipment in the event of an emergency or disaster. A key part of your responsibility means planning and preparing ahead. This will help you make sure that in the event of a fire, flood, disaster, accident or emergency, you are ready to act and minimise its impact. It can also help reduce the time it takes for you to recover after a disaster. This is a quick and accessible guide[…]

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3 tips for funding farm machinery investments

Got your eye on something special for the farm? We know that quality machinery can be costly, but it doesn’t mean you have to miss out. We also know you want to buy the best possible products you can afford because going cheaper means you’ll spend more money on maintenance and upkeep! Here are some tips for finding a way to stay within your budget when buying new machinery.   Remember That Time Saved Is Money Made Your time is valuable. When you have equipment and machinery that makes getting the job done faster, you can actually save money by[…]

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Little-known uses for your EZ Bagging Machine

The EZ Machinery automated bagging machine is designed to make short work of all your bagging needs. Whether you’re looking to bag up your landscaping materials – such as aggregate, stone, minerals, soil, or fertiliser; or if you are using your bagging machine for grain and feed – you will know the value that one of these bagging machines can bring to the efficiency of your operation. Did you know there are a range of other uses for your bagging machine that can make short work of other tasks as well? We wanted to go through some of the benefits[…]

Queensland farmers fight back against Four Corners | EZ Machinery

Queensland farmers fight back against Four Corners

A recent Four Corners report by ABC was supposed to show the full picture of irrigation and water management in the Murray Darling Basin region. A statement from the Queensland Farmers Federation has expressed disappointment in the misrepresentation that took place. The Murray Darling Basin spans four states; with Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria all impacted. State governments in each region permit the extraction of water from the Basin for irrigation purposes. Growing demand in the region for irrigation, combined with droughts have placed pressure on this region to keep up with demand. Various solutions for water management have[…]