Farms and Farm Machinery


I recently caught up with Lynskey Agriculture and its newly purchased Moore Unidrill, imported in Australia by Seeding Solutions Victoria.

The team opted for the Moore Unidrill, as most of their work is a combination of direct drilling into existing pasture or re-drilling crop ground with a variety of seeds (from oats to grass, and small seeds like plantain and clover).

The beauty of this bit of kit and the main reason it was purchased is because of the 90mm row spacing. This not only eliminates the need to cross drill in crop paddocks but also allows for fast establishment into existing pasture, competing with the existing sward and fighting off weed competition.


The Unidrill get its name from its single disc design, which has two major

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