National Show season continues down at Builth Wells
Hot on the heels of the Royal Highland comes the Royal Welsh Show starting on Monday July 18th and running through until Thursday July 21st. So although Big Pete and the Grim Reaper Truck Show will be appearing alongside the Ukrainian Cossacks in the Grandstand ring, the main star of the show will be, of course, Amazone!
Located as always at G453, the highlights at this year’s show will be the first Welsh outing of the innovative new kit launched a week or two ago at Cereals. With a strong bias towards cultivation kit, both the new Cayron S-Force hydraulic stone release plough and the brand-spanking Cenius 3003 Super mulch cultivator with its C-Mix tines and the new DW600 disc roller on behind will be making the trip west. The Cenius 3003 Super has also been equipped with a GreenDrill 200 catch crop seeder box which makes it ideal for reseeding pasture land as well as for stubble turnips.
On the spreader front, the ZA-V range of twin-disc spreaders has now been extended to include the more basic spec models including a new ZAV Superior with hydraulic half-side on/off and manual Limiter V control. This new base model with S2000 hopper will be shown alongside the high-tech ISOBUS weigh-cell ZA-V Profis Tronic and ZA-TS Profis Hydro machines.
We will be showing off the new AD-P Special drill combination in ISOBUS format which offers electric-drive as standard for finger-tip calibration either from the tractor cab or down at the drill as well as on-the-move seed rate control. And to celebrate 50 years of Amazone power harrow / drill combinations, this drill currently qualifies for the ‘Hand in Hand’ team bonus of £500/metre of working width making a saving of £1500 off the nett buying price of this 3 metre unit.
Amazone Groundcare will also be fully represented on the stand with the popular Groundkeeper and Profihopper mower/collectors as well as a range of winter salt spreaders and top dressers on display. The SmartCut flail collectors, both in either tractor-mounted or self-propelled formats are creating huge interest at the moment where customers are turning away from ‘cut and drop’ and are looking more and more for the ability to collect in the wet and dry and leave a quality striped finish to the turf.
You can see it all on Stand G453; we will be delighted to welcome you there anytime over the four Show days.