Kevin Johnson Agricultural Contractors provide a wide range of contract services to farmers and landowners in Cambridgeshire. Creating partnerships with landowners and farmers is an important part of our business. Whether you require a single service such as baling / straw stacking, or a more complete crop or farm management service
Kevin Johnson Contracting offers a complete, or part Foraging Service from field to clamp for grass with forage wagons while whole crop and maize silage can be arranged. Using the latest machinery we ensure a longer forage chop and a well-consolidated clamp (NEW this year a 4 ton clam press) with minimum on site time.
Skilled operators always man our modern agricultural and foraging plant, and your satisfaction is guaranteed at a competitive price. We can also arrange both round and square baling and wrapping of silage or haylage, which can also be carted and stacked if required.
► All grades of Lime spread with Bredal Spreaders (at 12 metres).
► Soil testing can be arranged with experienced fieldman.
► GPS Mapping/Spreading for pin point accuracy with minimal waste.
Kevin Johnson Contracting has invested in the latest and most cost efficient arable machinery and agricultural plant to maintain your fields. Contracting out arable services such as harvesting, fertilising and cultivation can save you time and avoid heavy investment in machinery, which will be under utilised.
With over 40 years of experience, Kevin Johnson Agricultural Contractors, based near Wittering, provides an extensive range of agricultural services including fertilizer, Lime, forage harvesting, hedge trimming and drilling.
Hedge, Verge, Grass
Hedge Cutting, Verge Cutting and Grass Mowing services are all available. Lime and fertilizer applications - whatever suits your needs.
Our agricultural scale equipment can provide a very competitive service where relevant.
Latest GPS Technology
Today, Agriculture demands improved productivity and efficiency. Cutting costs, saving time and ensuring the entire agricultural enterprise is more efficient and accountable, is essential to compete in domestic and global markets.
Positioning, wireless, and information technologies are changing the farmer relationship with the land, bringing them quite literally down to earth. Farmers can now manage every aspect of an agricultural operations to improve overall productivity and efficiency—from planting to harvesting, land leveling and literally work their land by the square foot instead of the square mile.
► GPS farming systems provide precise guidance for field operations, or collection of map data on tillage, applications, planting, weeds, insect and disease infestations, cultivation and irrigation.
► Machine Control systems automate equipment to save time and costs associated with field operators.
Field data can be downloaded to office systems to analyze management practices and determine optimal strategies for infield operations. For example, a farming GIS database might include layers on field topography, soil types, surface drainage, subsurface drainage, soil testing results, rainfall, irrigation, chemical application rates, and crop yield. Once this information is gathered, you can analyze it to understand relationships between the different elements that affect crop production in a specific location.
► Rape and all types of cereal drilled using KHUN Pneumatic Drill.
► 6 metre Air Drill (tram lines).