Tractors from all the major brands will be on display at the inaugural Southern Counties Farming & Machinery Show on November 15, 2023.
The early signs are that the one-day event (8am-4pm) at the Newbury Showground will not disappoint visitors looking the kick the tyres of some of the latest tractors, and John Deere dealer Farol has confirmed it will have several of them on the stand.
Case IH is represented by John Day Engineering, while Fendt, Massey Ferguson and Valtra tractors will be on the Chandlers stand. “We are looking forward to attending the new Southern Counties Machinery Show,” comments managing director Gavin Pell of Chandlers (Farm Equipment), who adds that it is a great central location for the business.
“Our two teams from Chandlers (MF) and Chandlers (F/V) will exhibit a good selection of new Massey Ferguson tractors and equipment and Fendt and Valtra tractors respectively. We will have a great display for visitors to come and look at as well as a big presence of our sales team and product specialists to discuss customer requirements with the experts.”
Other tractor dealers with a stand at the show include Lister Wilder (Kubota), Oliver Agriculture (Claas) and Tractors UK (Tafe).
While most dealers are still in the process of firming up which tractors they will bring to the show, Haynes Agricultural (New Holland and JCB) has confirmed it will have a T6.180 Methane Power, T7.300 and T7.340 on the stand. Plus, there will also have a 4200 Fastrac Icon, and look out on the company’s indoor stand for JCB and New Holland cab simulators.
There will also be lots of tackle at the show from the likes of Agrifac, Amazone, Claydon, Joskin, Krone, Kuhn, Kverneland, Merlo, Samagri, Stewart Trailers and Väderstad, to name but a few.
There will also be a live auction from Symonds & Sampson’s dedicated agricultural auctioneers, who will be holding a collective auction of machinery and equipment, plus a number of seminars, covering topics including grain marketing post-CAP; red diesel rules; crop nutrition and agricultural robotics.
In addition to the show’s core farming and machinery content, there’ll also be construction and outdoor power equipment for visitors to see, plus a live working demo area for tractors and telehandlers.
Entrance tickets and parking are free and if you pre-register for the Southern Counties Farming & Machinery Show then you could be in with a chance of winning an English wine hamper.
The Southern Counties Farming & Machinery Show is created by Kelsey Media, the publisher of South East Farmer, Agricultural Trader, Profi, Farm Machinery, Vineyard and Crop Production Magazine.
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