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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.
Turning 20 years old is a major milestone for any machine production run, not least in the fast-paced world of forage harvesters. However, for Krone’s Big X range, the original concept has stood the test of time.
With concerns over soil and water quality following the harvest of maize, a charitable organisation and a group of farmers are making use of dedicated undersowing drills to combat the problem. Alex Heath finds out more.
Dated buildings still have their uses in agriculture, but as machinery gets larger, they can become redundant. For one farming family a mini stand-on skid steer loader is proving its worth in their pig sheds. Alex Heath finds
What started as an experiment to improve trailer stability has resulted in an all-new trailer concept from one Buckinghamshire engineer. It is a development that offers far-reaching benefits across the industry, too.