A new practical demonstration incorporating tele-handlers and tractor loaders will be among the main activities featured at the Dairy Event and Livestock Show to be staged on 17 and 18 September at Stoneleigh Park, Coventry by its organisers the Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers.
New Holland LM5000 models are designed to suit all the needs of the modern farmer.
Visitors will be able to observe and compare models from up to 10 different companies as they are put through their paces moving muck, stacking bales, loading trailers and lifting fertiliser bags throughout the two day event. The demonstrations will take place twice per day and they will be accompanied by professional commentary.
The equipment will feature among a record number of more than 50 machinery companies including 15 makes of tractor and tele-handler exhibiting at the event. While several companies will be making a repeat visit, a number will be making their debut.
“The Dairy Event and Livestock Show is the only event in the livestock show calendar to offer farmers, contractors and machinery dealers the opportunity to explore such a comprehensive range of machinery and equipment on one site,” comments RABDF chief executive, Nick Everington. “Working machinery in a farm environment is now a firmly established and popular feature at the event not only for dairy farmers, but also beef, sheep and goat producers. With machinery replacement long overdue on many farms, this new practical demonstration will enable visitors to make a more informed decision on which model of tele-handler or tractor loader best suits their needs, before making an investment.”
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