We help farmers save time and money by designing affordable retrofit parts
Paul Ryan has spent the last 40+ years getting his hands dirty under machines worldwide to develop the best seeding products for farmers. This passion for farm machinery means that you will receive the highest quality products from Ryan NT, and we will guide you through the installation step by step.
Can you retrofit every machine?
We understand that no two farmers machines are the same. We will work with you to customise our Ryan retrofit products should they need slight re-engineering for the installation. Should you require assistance, it’s Paul Ryan’s priority to provide outstanding backup service. We can come to your farm and help fit the product – where this is not possible, modern technology allows us to video and picture message.
Want the best for your soil?
We guarantee that you are doing your part to protect the soil with Ryan NT products. Ryan NT products enhance No-Till practices with simple quick-change retrofits. Easily switch your tine shank to discs to lower soil disturbance.
Ryan NT’s coil wheel technology and disc conversions allow you to sow faster and not get stuck in the mud, ensuring you catch the vital rainfall. We create affordable retrofit products so that you do not have to buy an expensive machine, usually only accessible to the biggest farmers.
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Ryan NT (formerly RFM NT) ARE Leaders in No-Till and zero-till Farm Machinery
Ryan NT (formerly RFM NT) is a leading innovator in the manufacture of No-Till and Zero-till retrofit Farm Machinery. Now in our second generation, for decades we’ve overcome challenges and celebrated triumphs with our customers.
Ryan NT (formerly RFM NT) is about innovating to create new tillage equipment that farmers want to buy. The companies focus has shifted from crop planting machines to aftermarket farm equipment and parts.
The extremes of seasons and droughts in Australia always seemed to bring the best out of the Ryan family. Father and son team, Austin and Paul, saw these pressures as opportunities to further develop farm machinery, especially No-Till equipment and systems.
Paul, now managing the company, has witnessed a multitude of struggles during downturns in the farm economy. In turn, this has driven his philosophy on fighting adversity and the lessons it teaches. Paul explains, “Whenever I have faced a challenge, I’ve learnt how to go out and fight the battle and never give up. You need to figure out how to grow again and move forward. Those are the times that make you think, re-approach and re-innovate.
Ryan NT (formerly RFM NT) products are the result of decades of refinements and constant focus on developing new No-Till farm machinery. Further to this, being an industry leader in Australian farm machinery, Paul has travelled the world to share the best farming practices and techniques. Paul says, “It doesn’t matter if I talk to a farmer in Kazakhstan or the USA – the business of farming comes down to the core. How they practice may vary, but how they approach the idea of getting seed in is practically the same. They say that Ryan NT (formerly RFM NT)’s products are an innovative, easy-to-use product that makes their planting practice more productive.”
Ryan NT (formerly RFM NT) is continually improving technology for those looking to retrofit their cultivator tyne machine with discs or get the most productivity when precision planting, across Australia and the globe. Ryan NT (formerly RFM NT)’s agricultural discs are regularly updated to ensure that the latest machines can be retrofitted. This revolutionary disc farm equipment can be simply fitted to an existing tyne assembly. Further to this, those with single disc openers or precision planter’s using double discs can get the most out of their planting program with Ryan NT (formerly RFM NT)’s patented coil gauge and closing wheels.
Long History of Manufacturing Farm Machinery
Broadacre farmers all over the world have much to thank the late Austin Ryan for. Austin Ryan was the founder of the well known Ryan brand and products that farmers use today. His machinery inventions and plant nurture systems, designed over 50 years, have increased their efficiency and significantly boosted their cropping returns.
When the Australian government awarded Austin an Order of Australia Medal in 2001 for a lifetime of innovation in agriculture, he joined, only two, similarly honoured agricultural machinery pioneers. They were, posthumously, the developer of the mechanical grain harvester, Hugh Victor McKay, of HV McKay Sunshine, and seeding and cultivation equipment pioneer Tom Connor, of Connor Shea Ltd.
Austin was raised on the family farm at Galaquil, near Beulah in the heart of the Mallee. In his school years, he built billy carts and the like and was renowned for his Meccano set creations, winning a Beulah Show award at the age of 11 with a model semi-trailer. He returned from boarding school at 14 to work the farm, and one of the first things he made was a wind-powered light using a T Model Ford gearbox and generator.
Paul Ryan joined the family business in the late 1980s and continues to produce patented machinery just like his father.
Austin’s first significant machine was a cross between a scarifier and a cultivator – the Ryan Scaravator. It was 5.2m wide, hinged in the middle to cope with uneven ground, and was the world’s first wideline spring release cultivator. Hundreds of these cultivators were made at factories in Horsham, Parkes in NSW, Mallala in South Australia, and Perth in WA, with exports to South Africa, the UK and the US.
Austin patented an airseeder in 1978, and his other inventions have included a chisel plough, twist-on shear points, a coulter drill and a trash float system.
His revolutionary deep banding tine and sowing boot system for fertiliser and seed won him significant awards in the US in 1991. Farmers across the world, who adopted this system, reported yields of more than 300 per cent.
Austin regarded his last major invention, the Auspoint press wheels, as his best.