Carrfields Machinery is part of the Carrfields Group, which is a family owned business, their head office is located in Ashburton, New Zealand. Carrfields Machinery work in conjunction with CLAAS Harvest Centre Canterbury sourcing quality farm machinery.
Carrfields is representative of the Carr family, who has farmed and built the Carr Group companies over the past forty years from the fields of the Canterbury region. At the core of our business is our New Zealand heritage, its land, farms, and people.
The Carrfields promise is to deliver quality and integrity across the value chain starting at the farm gate right through to the family home in New Zealand or around the world.
To learn more about Carrfields, visit www.carrfields.co.nz
Carrfields Machinery offers low hour quality used machines including CLAAS Combine Harvesters, New Holland, Case IH and John Deere. Carrfields Machinery has a range of quality used machines for sale and ready to send to Australia or around the world that are ‘Field Ready’.
Carrfields in Australia is headed up by Guy Fordham. Guy has nearly two decades of senior agricultural machinery management experience. He has worked in the UK, New Zealand and Australia, making him uniquely qualified to make machinery recommendations for all farming conditions.
In recent times the team has expanded with the addition of NovagT-ForcePlus no-till drills to our product range. Carrfields Machinery are exclusive distributors for Novag drills in Australia and New Zealand. We completed a world-wide search for the most technically advanced no-tillage technology and decided that the drill produced by French company Novag is the best there is. So we are now have the rights to provide 3m-9m Novag drills to its customers in New Zealand and Australia.
Carrfields Machinery, operate in conjunction with CLAAS Harvest Centre – Canterbury, who sell new farm and agricultural equipment in New Zealand from the following manufacturers.
What this means for customers in Australia is Carrfields can supply a reliable source of well-maintained machinery from some of New Zealand’s large arable contractors. Contractors will upgrade their machinery every 3 – 5 years. That means we have the ability to provide machinery to contractors and private farmers at a fraction on new machinery prices.