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OPICO was established in Essex in 1966 as the daughter company of the “OPpenheimer Intercontinental COrporation” an American agricultural machinery export business. Today the company is owned by former Sales Director James Woolway and is based in Bourne, Lincolnshire. Over the years the company philosophy has always been to find something clever, different and beneficial to the farmer in the products sold. OPICO has introduced concepts such as recirculating batch drying, spring tine grass harrowing, subsoiler seeding of oilseed rape.
Today T H WHITE brings farmers the benefit of all OPICO’s products, including those from sub-brands HE-VA and Sky. Whatever you are looking for, contact us for the perfect solution.
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Easy to install and relocate when necessary, OPICO Grain Dryers can easily dry up to 240 tons per day automatically, with minimal supervision. Using diesel or gas and with 3 phase or PTO drive, OPICO dryers recirculate the grain constantly to dry thoroughly and consistently whilst improving hectolitre weights and augmenting quality.Find out more
The OPICO Grass Harrow covers every inch of the ground, thanks to its unique contour flexing tine bed. It clears moss, opens the surface, improves aeration and encourages growth.Find out more
HE-VA offers an extensive range of cultivation equipment, including disc cultivators, stubble cultivators, subsoilers and seeding tool-bars.Find out more
The Sky MaxiDrill is designed as a high speed trailed minimum tillage drill, but works equally well on ploughed and prepared seedbeds and can be used as a direct drill in certain conditions. The key feature of the MaxiDrill is its ability to cope extremely well in wet, sticky and difficult conditions. This enables drilling in heavy residue seedbeds and late into the season when most other minimum tillage drills have been put away.Find out more