The highlight of the annual rural calendar, AgQuip, was back larger than ever for 2019.
Australia’s premier field day at Gunnedah was a “full house”, with exhibitor sites consuming every inch of space allocated, complimented by bumper crowds pouring through the gates.
Organisers were delighted, as it signals continued faith and support in the rural sector despite the drought conditions. Farming affects all of us in Australia, whether it be directly or indirectly and a visit to AgQuip perfectly illustrates the role it plays as a part of our nation’s culture and heritage.
Craig and Neil White were there with White’s latest design, the GB30 Grain Buggy. The new 30-ton bins, on a uniquely designed rocking beam with a dual axle. This design allows for 40 degrees of oscillation, or in other words 700mm of travel. The other radical change is using bolted sections for the bin components instead of welding. The automotive industry has been using this method since the turn of the century. This innovation allows us to be the only Australian manufacturer to powder coat their bins instead of painting them.
Go to our website https://whiteind.wpengine.com/grain-buggy-chaser-bin for more detail or give Craig a call on 1300 825 980 or email [email protected].