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Visit the UK’s leading indoor agricultural event, with eleven packed halls of the very latest in agricultural machinery and equipment. Now at the NEC, Birmingham this is free to attend and free to park.
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Our popular auction markets at Lancaster and Kendal value and sell pedigree livestock and farm machinery. Market days are a lively hub of activity where farmers meet, sell their stock, do business together and catch up with friends and neighbours.
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Making Farming Easier For More Than 100 Years
KRONE was founded in Spelle, Germany, in 1906 with the intention of making farming more efficient and profitable. Following many years of growth and expansion, KRONE UK was established in 2009 and continues to further that vision by supplying innovative, performance-engineered equipment that has become the benchmark in the hay and forage industry,
KRONE is still owned and operated by the KRONE family, and visionary leader Bernard Krone has hands-on involvement in company operations. As a result, each and every machine bearing the KRONE name is engineered to meet the same time-tested, exacting standards that have earned KRONE a worldwide reputation for quality.
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Since our first engine for agriculture was manufactured in 1919, Cummins has powered equipment for some of the world’s leading manufacturers. Around 1 million Cummins engines are in operation around the world in applications from combine harvesters, tractors and sprayers to specialist and autonomous equipment.
Ranging from 2.8 to 19 litres, Cummins agriculture engines are tailored for farm performance, with the power bulge and torque back up available for tractor operation (frame and structural) or the high power density that today’s combine harvesters and sprayers require.