Proudly Australian owned and operated sprayer manufacturer Goldacres has recently signed up for the use of the Australian made logo.
"Given the company is the only manufacturer in Australia to produce a full range of self-propelled sprayers we see this as a major advantage for Australian farmers," said Stephen Richards, sales and marketing operations manager.
The company's tagline for many years has been: "Australia's world-class sprayer".
Mr Richards said the Goldacres range of self-propelled chemical sprayers were designed for operators who demanded the very best in sprayer performance, efficiency and comfort.
"The G Series self-propelled chemical sprayers are high capacity, high clearance and high-performance sprayers suited to large-scale dry land farming and horticultural enterprises," he said.
"These sprayers are fully designed, engineered and built in Australia for our unique conditions. Built with efficiency and spraying performance in mind with exceptional power to weight ratios, industry-leading boom ride, unmatched fuel efficiency and the latest spraying technology.
"Our sprayers are proudly built right here in Australia by a team of dedicated staff, turning ideas into reality and delivering sprayers which are truly 'Australia's world class sprayers'."
Mr Richards said with all the models and options available today the choice had never been greater, or harder.
"Look past the sticker price of the initial purchase, dig a little deeper and substantial variations in sprayer design can make all the difference," he said.
"The operating costs are where so much money can be saved. This is where the Australian designed and manufactured Goldacres Crop Cruiser mechanical driveline system sets it apart from its hydrostatic drive competitors.
"There are numerous benefits with a mechanical drive sprayer. Less maintenance costs, less noise, significant fuel reduction, less heat generated, lower engine rpm, lower horsepower required, more torque at the wheels, longer component life.
"These all equate to substantially lower operating costs."