Darkan, Western Australia

"Who’s managing your farm? No, it’s not you! You might think you are… but weeds are managing your farm! They determine what you plant, when you sow, row spacing, your spraying programme and ultimately influence your yields!"

Ray Harrington

Riverina, New South Wales

"We knew it had been tested for years, which gives you confidence, and it seemed that they had a lot better capacity. The size of the throat, where the material goes down into the mill, is huge!"

Sandy Day

Toodyay, Western Australia

They are very easy to operate and there is little maintenance - we just grease a bearing. And the mills are worn out now, but we got 570 hours with them, which we were happy with.

Aaron Candeloro

Carnamah, Western Australia

"Burning windrows would normally take a couple of weeks and a lot of late nights. Now that we have the Seed Destructor, we’ve saved organic matter, labour and time, not to mention a plus for the environment!"

Roger Dring

Rendelsham, SA

"I have used the previous version and the latest V12 Harrington Seed Destructor, the new V12 is much simpler than the previous model. The inclusion of a stone trap creates piece of mind, plus better access to the sieves. I recommend the new iHSD V12 as a pillar of any weed management programme."

Brett Gilbertson

Gibson City, Illinois

"With the resistance to weeds increasing drastically here in Central Illinois, we needed an alternative form of control. We strive to leave the land in prime condition for the 10th generation of our family to farm and this was a great piece of equipment to help make weed prevention a reality!"

Michael McClure

Toodyay, Western Australia

We harvested green canola and swathed canola and we had no problems with any blockages.

Aaron Candeloro

Katanning, Western Australia

"It’s a bit addictive. You see some ryegrass near the gate so you drive the header over there to make sure you get it and then keep going. You know that at least 99% of all the weeds that go through the front aren’t going to germinate."

Ian Knapp