THE LINE-UP OF CULTIVATION EQUIPMENT, DRILLS, SPRAYERS, TRACTORS AND COMBINES AT THE CEREALS EVENT IS IMPRESSIVE AND OFFERS ANYONE IN THE MARKET FOR NEW KIT THE PERFECT SHOP WINDOW.
Outside of the programmed live demonstrations in The Working Demonstrations Area and Syngenta's Sprays and Sprayers Arena, exhibitors are on hand all day to discuss and further demonstrate their machinery.
Whether you're looking for a new tractor, combine, drill or cultivation equipment, there's kit on display to suit all applications and budgets.
Tankers and trailers are also showcased at Cereals - for getting that crop off the field as quickly as possible.
For those looking for help with Precision Farming or Controlled Traffic Farming there is help at hand with new machines, GPS guidance systems and advice on how to maximise your yields while controlling your costs.
Drones will be back in action at Cereals 2017 with the return of the Drone Zone. It's an ideal opportunity to discover how drones work and the benefits they can have to your business.
Latest information, equipment, science and technology was also available within the post-harvest technology section of Cereals 2016. Find out more by clicking here.
Below are the latest press releases for machinery:
For the first time in its eight-year history, this year’s Cereals Challenge has gone virtual - eight teams from Universities and Colleges from across England will compete to grow the best virtual crop of spring barley.
Fully automatic crop cooling, wireless monitoring from anywhere in the world and the ability to cut down energy bills by up to 40%, puts Barn Owl Wireless at the top of every farmer’s wish list. Designed with precision and efficiency in mind, Barn Owl Wireless can significantly reduce the time taken to cool grain and reduce the energy cost of store management, whilst ensuring that stored crops remain in optimum condition. Installed in flat floor stores, drying floors, silo or bin complexes, the system has also been installed in potato stores and been used in compost production and woodchip storage.
New Demonstration area for Griffith Elder products
Drone AG, a drone-assisted precision agriculture firm, announce a new partnership with South African data analytics company Aerobotics, to provide weather-proof agricultural drone systems and a unique support service, alongside powerful cloud-based farm management software.
On 1st March 2017, Drone AG launched a new enterprise-level drone sales and software programme for UK agronomists and agribusinesses. A recently developed quad-copter, named ‘Storm Agri Pro’, will be the focus of sales, being rain-proof, wind resilient, robust and carrying the latest sensors for agricultural remote sensing activities. To compliment the new hardware, data processing will be handled by software partner, Aerobotics, through their cloud-based platform, AeroView.
A precision agriculture goes along with modern tools, adapted to the most common uses but also, more and more, with a limited costs directed development and the respect of environment.
While reducing spacing of the injectors to 37,5 cm (previously 40 cm), this results a more homogeneous slurry spreading without increasing the spread quantities.
The Drakkar range is highly successful also thanks to the development of the 150 cm high bodies. These models have been designed to reduce the loading height (for potatoes, vegetables, manure, etc.). It means that the standard volume is of course reduced.
European Springs & Pressings, the UK's leading supplier of spring and pressings, springs in to Cereals, making its debut.