Otago Farm Machinery

Hustler Equipment has been supplying farmers in the Otago region with farm machinery and equipment since 1961.
From quality bale feeders and feedout wagons to boom sprayers.
Contact our Otago field consultant, Nigel Holt today on 021 406 599

Farm machinery available in Otago

Bale Feeders

More farmers choose Hustler than any other brand of bale feeders, processor or unroller. Because...

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Bale Handlers

Whether handling round or square, small or big bales, Hustler bale handlers, with their patented...

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Feedout wagons

Proven in the field & around the world, Hustler’s Combi feedout wagons are designed for...

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Boom Sprayers

Meet our most innovative linkage boom sprayers. Built by Hustler. Proven by you. With the...

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Out there in Hustler Country

HOW LONG SHOULD FEEDING YOUR CATTLE TAKE?

“When feeding out we don’t want to be mucking around. It’s an awesome machine, hasn’t given us any trouble so far and honestly can’t see it giving us problems in the future”

David King – Mid Canterbury farmer

What Otago farm equipment customers say

We purchased the SL700X because it ticked all the boxes!

Sheep, Goat and Deer farmer, Cromwell (New Zealand) - SL700X

I believe they are the best on the Market

Agricultural Contractor, Otago (New Zealand) - Mega Softhands

South Otago Beef Farmer, Mike Symons couldn’t speak highly enough of his new Katipo 1150 Boom sprayer, having purchased it to get his fodder-beet sprayed in a timely manner, and his agronomist is rapt with the health of his crop as a result of excellent applic

Mike Symons, Otago (New Zealand) - Katipo 1150 Sprayer & Raven GPS System

Having proved how good his Chainless X5000 was over the last 2 winters, when it came time for Brent Growcott of Georgetown, North Otago to purchase a new sprayer, the choice was easy! Watch the video to see why…

Brent Growcott, Georgetown (New Zealand) - Katipo 890L

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