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Roesner is Still Leading the Way in Innovation

To satisfy farmers’ demands, Roesner is dedicated to staying ahead of industry trends and is always coming up with new ideas.

With a 123-year history, the family business creates and produces parts and solutions for demanding agricultural applications.

More than 11,000 Marshall Multispreads have been produced since Roesner introduced it in the 1980s, and it continues to be their best-selling item.

The Marshall Multispread is an all-purpose fertilizer spreader that can be used to administer granulated fertilizers like urea and superphosphate as well as soil ameliorants like lime and gypsum to a variety of agricultural crops, according to Matthew Roesner, Technical Director of Roesner.

With a steadfast dedication to staying ahead of market developments and shifting consumer preferences, Roesner has made sure the Marshall Multispread has kept up with the dynamic agricultural sector.

In order to create new solutions for the rapidly evolving precision agricultural market, the company expanded into software and electronics in 2013. Roesner used technology to elevate the Multispread to a new level.

The Multispread Calibration app was the first software product to be released in 2013. It was followed in 2015 by the Multispread MDC app, which won an award and became one of the first hardware systems for agricultural machinery in the world to be based on mobile device technology.

Mobile devices in the field can get the most recent machine calibration and operational information through the smartphone app.

Precision Agronomics Australia, a market leader in variable rate technology and precision farming, was purchased by Roesner in 2018.

According to Mr. Roesner, farmers were able to increase their operating efficiency by combining new technologies with the tried-and-true Multispread design. This allowed them to cover a larger area of their land quickly without compromising crop yield or negatively affecting the soil or surrounding environment.

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