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Service and backup by Webbline
The team at Webbline know the challenges that come up with agriculture equipment. When it comes to requirements for spare parts for your hard-working machinery, it is our commitment to help you solve those challenges.
We have had major improvements in the supply of parts and accessories throughout New Zealand. Our aim is to supply what you need when you need it. With a huge range of parts in Ashburton, Te Awamutu and our Gore branches, we aim to be your source for spare parts in New Zealand.
Our service is geared from the moment you pick up the phone. This comes right down to our two key after sales areas: service and parts. Webbline runs a 24-hour phone answering service, so no matter what time of the day or night you call, there is a friendly voice on the phone.
Get it right, with the right advice.
With over 50 years’ experience selling equipment to New Zealand farmers the team at Webbline understand agricultural harvesting more than most. Modern farming methods demand the most modern technology available to ensure the job gets done under pressure. To get the right equipment for your operation, ‘forage knowledge’ is key. Webbline’s commitment is to advise and supply the right equipment, backed up by highly trained technicians with premium parts and service.
With so many years of experience, Webbline’s expert team of advisers know what questions to ask in order to find out what our customers are trying to achieve and therefore what machinery they need to achieve it.
"it's easy to drive and does a flawless mising job"
Van Leeuwen Dairy Group has long been turning heads in the South Canterbury region. Being in the Dairy industry all his life, Aad and his wife Wilma and family have continued to grow their Dairy empire as opportunities arose. Not one to be afraid of a challenge the Van Leeuwen’s now milk 12,000 cows across 13 dairy farms in the Morven area.
"No Increase In Feed Costs and Production Up 60%"
Dairy farming ten minutes north of Te Awamutu, Tony and Lucas Allcock run 280 Fresian cows through a composting barn system. After four seasons running the BvL Mixer Wagon with their barn system, production is now up 60% without any increase in feed costs. “Our farm is 95 hectares, and we are focusing on increasing production rather than ramping up stocking numbers,” said Lucas.
"Five BvL Mixers, Five Dairy Farms, 1.4 Million Milk Solids"
The Scheres family has been farming in the Putaruru area for over 30 years. With five dairy farms and producing 1,400,000kg of milk solids per year, they know a thing or two about getting feed into their cows and maintaining a healthy herd. Now on their second round of BvL Mixer Wagons, and after operating more than 10, they can't see themselves using any other machine.
"SIP Triple Mowers & Swather Rakes Going Great"
Starting out contracting in 2014, Josh Bleeker of Bleeker Ag Services prides himself in offering premium service agricultural contracting in the South Canterbury region. He operates a mainly baling business along with fodder beet drilling and harvesting to keep the work rates up during the winters.