2017-02-03  

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Get hands on at the National Self Propelled Sprayer Demo

This year’s National Self Propelled Sprayer Demo takes place on Wednesday 22nd February at Bramcote Hall Farm, Warton, Tamworth, Staffs B79 0HH

The demonstration gives all visitors the opportunity to get hands on and drive the machines.

Sprayer Demo

Following a short competency test, all visitors can drive the sprayers in real working conditions.

The demo works across 60 ha of land, both on the flat and on a hillside to experience the machines in real working conditions.

This unique one day fully working demonstration of self propelled sprayers returns following overwhelming support from the UK’s key suppliers and manufacturers.

You can drive machines from:
Agrifac, Amazone, Bargam, Bateman Sprayers, Chafer, Challenger, Chantry-Dammann, Horsch, Househam, Kellands, Knight, Landquip, Sands, Vicon.

The demo provides a great opportunity to operate the latest sprayers in real working conditions on over 60ha of cover crops. The site includes an 18Ha field with steep banks with another 42 ha field which is reasonably flat. All on 36m tramlines, the site is arranged to show the machines capabilities in real life.

Trelleborg will be supporting the demo by weighing each machine to show its weight distribution and also how working on slopes influences this.

Sprayer Demo is the only opportunity to get hands on and drive the self propelled sprayers all in one place, on the same day on a farm. With two available fields with cover crops the Self propelled sprayer demo day is a great change experience the machines for your self.

The event is supported by the following companies:

Agrifac
Amazone
Bargam
Bateman Sprayers
Chafer
Challenger
Dammann
Horsch
Househam
Kellands
Knight
Landquip
Sands
Vicon
Trelleborg

Sprayer Demo

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