Kellands new Agribuggy and Multidrive machines have been put through their paces at Tillage Live where scores of farmers and contractors grabbed the opportunity to try out the machines in the field.

The company staged a series of demonstrations at the event and allowed potential customers to gain some hands-on experience with the latest in sprayer and spreader technology.

Kellands director of sales and marketing Keith Pashley said Tillage Live had given the company an ideal opportunity to showcase its machines and had resulted in very positive feedback and sales enquiries.

Keith said: “Tillage is one of the only shows where farmers actually have a chance to try out the machines, so we were delighted with the enthusiastic response we received. The show stand was extremely busy and we’re confident the event will help us win valuable new business.”

More than 1,000 people attended the event, which was held at Down Ampney Airfield in Gloucestershire.

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