Narrogin dealership joins Morris network


Geoff Perkins Farm Machinery Centre at Narrogin has joined the WA dealer network for Morris tillage and seeding equipment.

Morris WA sales manager Keith Shepherdson welcomed the appointment as a strategic move to extend the profile of the brand in Narrogin and its surrounding areas, and to improve service and support to local equipment owners.

“Geoff Perkins Farm Machinery Centre is a significant appointment to the Morris WA dealer network. It is a well-established agricultural dealer in the Narrogin area and surrounding districts, ” Mr Shepherdson said.

“Importantly, this dealership is a recognised tillage dealer for the region. The business has been offering tillage and seeding equipment to local farmers for many years.”

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Geoff Perkins said the Morris cultivator bars and airseeder bins would significantly strengthen the dealership’s seeding equipment range.

“The Morris range is a good line-up of seeding gear that is already popular, ” Mr Perkins said.

“Morris offers everything from basic bars, which we have known for the past 20 years, to the latest technologies in bars and bins.

“The whole range suits the requirements for this area, from basic to sophisticated systems and offering various options including hydraulic and spring tynes and different breakout and tyne spacing configurations.

“Farmers can choose from smaller bars and bins to the latest hydraulic tyne and air drill systems.”

He said the Morris cultivator bars were equal to the best available for their sturdiness and design.

“They have key features like their single point wings, keeping them independent of the main frame and allowing for very good terrain following. The wings can find a comfortable spot and assist to provide improved depth control, ” he said.

“Instead of single caster wheels at the front of bars, the Morris cultivators also have dual wheel casters on the bars. This adds to their flotation.”

Mr Perkins said he also looked forward to the opportunity of working with McIntosh Distribution, which had a strong reputation for its support of products, including Morris, across Australia.

“A lot of gear is dumped and is not supported. McIntosh Distribution is about backup and service and it is there to provide that service, ” he said.

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