All new Strautmann forage wagons are now fitted with a galvanised chassis, new rear door load sensors and improved ISOBUS connectors to improve the longevity and reliability of machines and the new, upgraded model can be seen on the OPICO stand at Scotgrass.

James Swan, Strautmann Sales Specialist, OPICO Ltd said: “Forage wagons are exposed to significant corrosion risk and the new galvanised chassis will provide superior protection, whilst also making the machines more resistant to mud and adverse weather, especially if stored outside.

The new package of improvements aims to make the forage wagons tougher and more reliable, whilst further increasing their life and functionality.”

New rear door sensors are more robust and, combined with improved ISOBUS connectors to prevent the ingress of water and dirt, the wagons will be more resilient and capable of providing trouble-free operation to their optimal working capacity.

The improvements can be seen on the Strautmann Giga Vitesse which will be on display on the OPICO stand at Scotgrass, Wednesday 15th May 2019, SRUC Crichton Royal Farm.