Cereals: The Arable Event

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  • PCN sampling gets more intensive

    06-Dec-2017 by: Phieldtek Precision Agronomy Keith Mount Liming
    See the latest device for PCN sampling on Stand 209, the most intensive PCN sampling system in the UK.
  • The Cereals event is undergoing an industry-led transformation following the inaugural meeting of a new advisory board comprising 24 of the UK’s leading agricultural organisations.

     

  • Cereals 2018 is set for a major shake-up following the establishment of a new advisory board tasked with making the event even more relevant and technically focussed.

    “Comexposium, the new owner of the Cereals Event, is determined to respond to the constructive feedback we received this year and make substantial changes for next year,” says event director Jon Day. “One part of that is to work closely with exhibitors and farmers, ensuring that they too are on the journey with us. We are now part of a portfolio of world leading shows and Comexposium is well positioned to push the show to the next level.”

  • Research and practical innovation will be the key to profitable farming post-Brexit, and the Cereals event had plenty of both on offer last week.

    Celebrating the 40th anniversary of the event, director Jon Day said it was fantastic to see the 20,000 visitors making the most of so many new features introduced this year. “Bringing the industry together to exchange ideas and see new technology in action is always important, but even more so in these politically uncertain times,” he explained.

  • Agritech incubation and enterprise hub, Farm491, joins the UK’s leading technical event to showcase its members’ technological solutions, which are set to benefit the wider food and farming industries.  

  • Zuidberg NexTGear Track

    12-Jun-2017 by: Nick Ewbank Lynx Engineering

    Zuidberg move into the NexTGear with track development
    Lynx Engineering, UK importer of Zuidberg front linkage, PTO, override protection and rubber track systems, will be exhibiting the new NexTGear high speed track system from the Dutch manufacturer on Stand No. 2006 at this year’s Cereals event.

  • The Department for International Trade is hosting an African buying delegation during Cereals Event 2017. This is an ideal opportunity for UK suppliers of agricultural technology to meet and identify business opportunities in this rapidly growing sector.

    AFRO-KAI LTD / FICA SEEDS - GRAIN COUNCIL OF UGANDA

    Chris Kaijuka / Managing Director & Chairman / E-mail: info@afrokai.org / http://www.mafs-africa.org/chris_kaijuka

    To book meetings with Mr. Chris Kaijuka please contact Luis.Mulet@trade.gsi.gov.uk or fill out the following form: https://ditevents.wufoo.eu/forms/dit-subsaharan-africa-mission-to-cereals-uk-2017/

  • Meet with APONYE UGANDA LTD

    12-Jun-2017 by: Luis Mulet / Agri-Tech Trade Specialist Department of International Trade

    The Department for International Trade is hosting an African buying delegation during Cereals Event 2017. This is an ideal opportunity for UK suppliers of agricultural technology to meet and identify business opportunities in this rapidly growing sector.

    APONYE UGANDA LTD

    Apollo Nyegamahe - Chairman / E-mail: aponyeonline@gmail.com http://www.aponyeug.com/index.php/our-brands/agro-processing

    To book meetings with Mr. Apollo Nyegamahe please contact Luis.Mulet@trade.gsi.gov.uk or fill out the following form: https://ditevents.wufoo.eu/forms/dit-subsaharan-africa-mission-to-cereals-uk-2017/

  • Soil analysis on the move

    12-Jun-2017 by: Phieldtek Precision Agronomy Keith Mount Liming

    Visit Stand 209 to see the latest tech to hit the UK to 'unearth' more about your soil. 

     

  • STRIP TILL -Sowing Coulters

    11-Jun-2017 by: Sean Stanfield TRP Imports

    StripTill -Sowing

  • Extend the life of your sprayer with up to date technology from David King Electronics. The controllers,  manufactured by German Company Müller-Elektronik, range from the SPRAYLIGHT for simple trailed and mounted sprayers, to the TRACK-Guide II and TRACK-Guide III through to full ISOBUS compatible solutions for more complex mounted, trailed and self-propelled sprayers.

  • David King Electronics is an independent private company specialising in the repair of agricultural electronics - often at component level and provides technical assistance on most types of agricultural electronics. 

  • Good soil health is fundamental to agricultural productivity and sustainability, however in order to actively manage soil resources for optimum crop performance, it is vital to be able to measure and monitor soil health.
    Hutchinsons Healthy Soils is the new and innovative service that does just this, and will be launched at the Cereals Event.

  • SATAKE and ALAPALA Announce the Rebirth of Henry Simon

    09-Jun-2017 by: Cassie Hughes - Satake Satake

    The legendary flour milling brand “Henry Simon” returns.

    In March 2017 Satake Corporation and Alapala announced the rebirth of the Henry Simon range of flour milling equipment.   From its inception in 1878, Henry Simon of Manchester, England has always been known as an innovator and a driving force that helped create the milling industry that we know today.

  • Meet buyers from the African agricultural industry

    09-Jun-2017 by: Luis Mulet / Agri-Tech Trade Specialist Department of International Trade

    The Department for International Trade is hosting an African buying delegation during Cereals Event 2017. This is an ideal opportunity for UK suppliers of agricultural technology to meet and identify business opportunities in this rapidly growing sector.

    To book meetings with key players in the African agricultural industry please contact Luis.Mulet@trade.gsi.gov.uk or fill out the following form: https://ditevents.wufoo.eu/forms/dit-subsaharan-africa-mission-to-cereals-uk-2017/

  • Tractor & 4WD Tuning

    09-Jun-2017 by: Lisa Ashcroft Tunit Diesel Performance

    Tunit have led the field in performance tuning diesel engines for efficiency & power for almost 20 years now. Our experience has led to major advancements in tuning engines for economy, power & cutting exhaust emissions.

    For agricultural drivers, the less fuel used the more hours work can be gained out of the vehicle & less time spent filling up. More hours on the job means more money. This is where Tunit comes in.

    The tunit is perfectly suited for tractor tuning & plant machinery & can give mind blowing increases in torque, putting less strain on the engine, giving significantly improved fuel economy. We've had farmers report they've got an extra 4 hours work from a full tank of fuel in thier tractor.

    Recently our tractor figures have shot through the roof and we're keen to help out even more agricultural users.  Agriculture is one of the highest producers of emissions and  in a survey carried out by Harper Adams University the tunit was shown to reduce exhaust emissions by 27%.

    The tunit is available for all makes of tractor and pland machinery and 4WD working vehicles.

    To find out how Tunit can help you get the most out iof your vehicles, call 01257 274100 or visit www.tunit.com.


     

  • UK Agri-Tech Trade Delegation to India

    08-Jun-2017 by: Luis Mulet - Agritech Trade Specialist Department of International Trade

    The Department for International Trade’s delegation to ‘Agri-Tex’ trade show has a great opportunity to discover first-hand how to access one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing agri-tech markets. Whether you’re an entrepreneur, a first time exporter, a well-established business, a scientist or researcher from an academic institution or innovation centre, we’d love to hear from you...

  • Cereals Event 2017 - International Business Centre

    08-Jun-2017 by: Luis Mulet - Agritech Trade Specialist Department of International Trade

    The Department for International Trade, is pleased to invite you to visit the DIT International Business Centre (DIT IBC) at the Cereals Event 2017 and participate in one-to-one business meeting with overseas buyers, international distributors and foreign visitors.

  • In spite of a very dry winter and spring across much of the UK in the last few months, the appetite to reinvest in new land drainage systems is still increasing.  Record breaking rainfall through the 2015/16 growing season exposed significant weaknesses in old and decaying drainage systems and the need to ensure soil structures are in top condition has ever been gerater in order to maximise the long term yield potentials of arable land.

  • Whilst out surveying for a new land drainage project in some very wet winter wheat today, we had the pleasure of bumping into thsi little chap!

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