Horsch Sprinter, unbeatable efficiency

A 53,000-acre Queensland farm has again chosen Horsch Sprinter seeders over all competition.

Coggan Farms is a family-owned fifth generation farming operation at Meandarra on Queensland’s Western Downs.

The farm’s undulating terrain has mostly brigalow belah soils, firm to hard-setting … Read More >>

Horsch Tiger, the best decision

Coggan Farms is a 53,000-acre family-owned mixed farming operation in Queensland’s Western Downs.

Production includes Angus and Speckle Park beef breeders, Dorper/Meatmaster cross sheep, a Meatmaster stud, a feedlot, grazing, and 30,000 acres of irrigated and dryland cropping.

The farm’s …

EXCLUSIVE: Horsch Enters Australian Market


Muddy River Agricultural says its first Horsch sprayer is an ideal fit for the Australian market.

German manufacturer Horsch has entered the Australian sprayer market.

Its first unit, the newly-released Leeb 6.280VL sprayer, has arrived in the country and will … Read More >>

Rethinking crop spraying with new technology



Horsch, long an innovator, is moving into the North American sprayer market with a new approach to coverage.

The crop protection sprayer market is competitive in North America, with a range of domestic and international players serving farmers. And … Read More >>

Horsch rolls out self-propelled sprayer

Horsch’s Leeb SP 6300 brings some new features to the Prairie sprayer market

Horsch Leeb SP 6300

Horsch’s Leeb SP 6300 brings some new features to the Prairie sprayer market

The Horsch Leeb SP 6300 self-propelled sprayer is a whole different platform and concept than we’re used to seeing on the Prairies.

“We went for the root