Covid restrictions prevented the Norfolk Farm Machinery Club (NORMAC) from staging the event last year, but the popular cultivations demonstration is back on the agenda again this month at a fully booked 80ha (200-acre) site in East Anglia.

Agricultural shows are thin on the ground this year, and an opportunity to see the latest cultivators in action and enjoy a fun day out is expected to draw a record crowd to the one-day event on September 8.

A wide range of agricultural machinery, products and services can be seen on the static and working where non-inversion cultivators can be seen in action together with traditional systems and zero tillage machines.

The largest show the club has ever staged will take place at Bexwell, near Downham Market in Norfolk (PE34 3QN) on a site provided by Albanwise Farming.

The show will start at around 8.30am and finish soon after 4.30pm. Parking and entry are free and a couple of buses will be available to transport visitors around the site. There will be plenty of on-site refreshments.

Attending companies include Abbrey Agricultural, AgriCast, Agri Market Insight & Access, Alpego, Amazone, Bednar FMT, Ben Burgess & Co, Boston Crop Sprayers, British Sugar (Limex), J. Brock & Sons, GT Bunning & Sons, Bush Tyres, Central Tyres, Ceres Machinery, Claas Manns, Cousins of Emneth, Claydon Drills, Dalbo, Ernest Doe, Ernest Doe Power, Doubleday Group, FGM Machinery, Frontier Agriculture, Farmacy plc, Garford Farm Machinery, Horsch, Johnson Bros, KRM, Kuhn Farm Machinery, Lemken, BW Mack, Mzuri, Pan-Anglia, G&J Peck, JCB, Pegasus Profiles, Shelbourne Reynolds, Soil Fertility Services, Stalham Engineering, Pöttinger, Standen Engineering, Suffolk Farm Machinery, Suton Machinery, Thurlow Nunn Standen, Kverneland, Sumo, UTV Products, Vantage, Philip Watkins and Väderstad.