Head into your winter break with peace of mind.
“There is still so much to do before I and my operation can head into the winter break. The beet campaign is as good as done, but now the last of the winter wheat needs to be put into the ground.” These and similar sentences are very familiar to some farmers who started preparing for “dormancy” long before the beginning of December. There is still so much preparation to be done. Despite many years of experience, the odd task can still be forgotten. We help you prevent this!”
Winterisation is already in full swing for many farmers. Machines must be serviced and it might even be a good idea do inventory at the warehouse again so that everything is on hand for the next vegetation period.
With crop cultivation, where standard crops such as sugar beets, winter wheat, winter barley and winter rapeseed are planted, there is still a lot to do before winterisation can be done. In 2017, it was so wet that some farmers were not able to dig their beets until after Christmas – and even that was more like mudslinging that harvesting. That is why it is important for all other activities to be completed first.