Essential Farm Machinery - December 2023

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Essential Farm

December 2023

covering East Anglia and the Midlands



Twin hold roll pin blade removal system and backward leaning air borne upper blade for trash lift and ease of trash flow

Twin hold roll pin blade removal system and backward leaning air borne upper blade for trash lift and ease of trash flow Seed depth tail 40mm deep holding the seed at correct depth and placing seed on either side of seed terrace


Downward facing upper blade does not hook grass weed seed up from below stale seed bed and Downward field surface facing upper blade does not hook grass weed seed up from below stale seed bed and field surface

Seed depth tail 40mm deep holding the seed at correct depth and placing seed on either side of seed terrace

Drilling at 40mm SOIL SURFACE depth Downward facing upper blade holds field surface in place Drilling at 40mm minimising soil depth in the eruption stale seed bed Downward facing upper blade holds field surface in place minimising soil eruption in the stale seed bed

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John Deere enrols 86 new engineering apprentices • Next generation of skilled youngsters • Investment in future for major brand • Practical learning alongside mentors


n induction ceremony held at John Deere’s UK headquarters has marked the start of the journey for 86 young apprentices training to be qualified technicians. Since its inception, John Deere’s apprenticeship programme has ignited the careers of more than 1,200 youngsters, setting them on a course to grow their experience and expertise across the dealership network.

Earn while you learn The 2023 intake will complete their apprenticeships – provided by ProVQ – in either Ag Tech, Parts Tech, Turf Tech. The latest cohort also includes those working for the Wirtgen Group, the John Deere-owned

business specialising in road construction machinery; and learners from John Deere’s specialist forestry division. Apprentices are paid employees of John Deere dealers, spending most of their time in the workshop with a mentor. For a number of weeks in a year, they travel to John Deere’s Apprentice Training Centre facility in Upper Saxondale, near the company’s Langar headquarters in Nottinghamshire. John Deere Branch Training Manager Allan Cochran said: “In the three decades our esteemed apprenticeship has run we have produced many cohorts of talented individuals who have gone on to have careers across the John Deere dealership network.

“Our aim with the apprenticeship programme is to help young people make their first step on the career ladder, and to nurture and mould those with the skills and desire to work in our industry.” John Deere’s apprenticeship programme involves students being trained in engineering, electronics, hydraulics, diagnostics, communication skills, computing, sales, and marketing.

Career ladder Ag Tech and Turf Tech apprentices study towards the land-based service engineering technician qualification (Level 3), while in Parts Tech individuals complete a retailer apprenticeship standard (Level 2). Arthur Haynes is one of the apprentices joining the programme this autumn.

The 16-year-old works at Masons Kings’ Exbridge outlet in Devon and switched to working in agriculture after moving to the county from the Midlands. “When we moved to a house which also had horse stabling, there was a lot of equipment around such as tractors which has always interested me,” said Mr Haynes. “Years ago my dad built a sports car and got me into engines and mechanics, so I guess that’s really driven me to look into this industry for work.” Mr Haynes found out about the apprenticeship programme after seeing a Facebook post from Masons Kings and has been working with the John Deere dealer for four months. “I’m working on foragers, attending call outs to service and maintain maize headers as well as carrying out pre-delivery inspections on machines. It’s absolutely brilliant – really interesting to learn about this kit which is changing all the time. I can’t wait for the rest of the apprenticeship programme. It looks great.”

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Farm Machine Awards for Claas at Agritechnica


n international jury of experts has awarded the new Claas Xerion 12 with a Farm Machine 2024 Award at Agritechnica. The win came days after the Xerion Terra Trac was named Tractor of the Year 2024. The new Xerion 12 Series was been of the undisputed highlights at the Agritechnica agricultural technology in Hanover. “We are overwhelmed that after 25 years of Xerion on the market, Helmut Claas’ vision has also received this prestigious award,” saud Claas chief technology officer Martin von Hoyningen-Huene “This award and the Tractor of the Year 2024 belong to the entire product team around development, marketing and sales.

tinuously variable transmission has a maximum speed of up to 50kph, with the low-engine speed hydraulics delivering rates of up to 537 litres per minute. The new machine has shock-absorbed Terra Trac Triangular crawler tracks and excellent all-round visibility from the four-point sus-

pension cab, which is the largest of any tractor in its class. Extreme load capacity and precise steering is delivered by a continuous frame with two steering axles, all-wheel drive, balanced 50:50 weight distribution and a driver assistance system.

Positive comments “After many extremely positive customer comments on the market launch, both awards impressively confirm the innovative approach of the tractor and are further evidence of its numerous undoubted technical and economic arguments.” With the Xerion, Claas has been one of the technological drivers in international large tractor construction for 25 years. Its con-


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Huge sale of tractor memorabilia goes under the hammer


ore than 800 pieces of Ferguson memorabilia went under the hammer at the Cheffins Machinery saleground last month at Sutton, near Ely. Put together by the late Jim Russell, an enthusiast from Warwickshire, the sale represented the dispersal of the most comprehensive Massey Ferguson collections worldwide, formed over a 50-year period. It included models, toys, paraphernalia and a 1936 Ferguson Brown Type-A tractor. Mr Russell’s passion for Fergusons began after he was introduced to Irish inventor and entrepreneur Harry Ferguson – the man responsible for the development of the modern tractor. Mr Herguson asked Mr Russell to drive an early Massey Ferguson trac-

tor – an experience which kick-started his collection of Massey Ferguson memorabilia. Today, the collection encompasses toys, catalogues, instruction manuals, models and even a 1936 Ferguson Brown Type-A which was previously owned by well-known Massey Ferguson historian Ben Serjeant. One of the most important lots was the final signature written by Harry Ferguson, dated 6 April 1954, prior to his resignation as honorary chairman at Massey-Harris-Ferguson Engineering Ltd later that summer. In addition, there was a Ferguson Sherman Plough catalogue, which was used by Mr Ferguson to set out headings for a proposed tractor catalogue, and which has been annotated by him throughout.

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‘Black’ tractor Among the models, a scratch-built Ferguson mounted combine, built to a two-inch scale and which took over 3,000 hours to complete, was available as well as a 1933 Ferguson ‘Black’ tractor model, built by Mr Russell himself. Mr Russell started collecting Marklin and Basset Lowke O-gauge railway locomotives in the 1970s, and by the 1990s his focus had switched to agricultural machinery, when he began buying models of the County tractors he was running on his farm. Tom Godsmark, Associate, Cheffins said: “This is certainly the largest private collection of Ferguson models, tinplate toys and memorabilia to ever have come to auction and is most likely to be the largest in existence in the world. “The sheer scale of it is quite breathtaking, as is the condition of these pieces which have been displayed for over half a century. “Jim has to have been one of the most devoted enthusiasts we have come across to date, even making major modifications to his house to fit his collection.”

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Machinery giants gear up for bumper LAMMA show • Latest models and upgraded brands • Huge range of agricultural products • Larger tractors, power and efficiency


full range of Massey Ferguson machinery will be exhibited at next month’s LAMMA event – as the company returns to the show after more than five years away. It will be the first time Massey Ferguson has exhibited at LAMMA since the show moved to the NEC Birmingham. It will do so with its UK dealer network to highlight the latest models and updated machines released this year. Held on 17-18 January, the twoday show will also see the return of a number of other major brands – including JCB and Case IH. It is seen as a big coup for LAMMA organisers coming just two months after the Agritechnica event in Germany. MF brand manager William Judge said: “There has been a high number of requests from both customers and dealers for Massey Ferguson to go back to LAMMA, and I am delighted to confirm that we will be returning.”

Dealer network Supporting its wider dealer network was a big factor in the decision to return, said Mr Judge. The Massey Ferguson team was looking forward to meeting customers and discussing their requirements, he added. “We’ll have our full range of machinery under the lights from tractors, combines and telehandlers, alongside hay and forage machinery. LAMMA will act as our dealer network premiere with our stand design which will mirror what customers expect.

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JCB says it too will exhibit its bestever range of agricultural machines. The display is likely to include the new JCB Fastrac iCON tractor, boasting an all-new operating system, integrated precision technology and machine control. JCB Agriculture managing director John Smith said: “We are the largest machinery manufacturer in Britain, with a full range of agricultural products to support the farming, commercial horticulture and other rural industries.”

Biggest Quadtrac Case IH recently launched its most powerful tractor . The 778hp (572kW) Quadtrac 715 incorporates advances to operate implements at their ideal speed, producing higher workrates, even in tough conditions. “The principle behind the develop-

ment of the Quadtrac 715 is not simply more power,” said Case IH product marketing manager Franz Josef Silber. “We also wanted to ensure soil protection via a bigger footprint and fewer passes.” Case IH has also unveled a number of product updates for 2024. Designed for the largest farms and contractors, the LB 436 HD, large square baler receives some important upgrades, centered around a new load-sensing hydraulic system. This allows operations typically activated from the rear of the baler, to be controlled from the cab via the baler monitor or tractor ISOBUS terminal. It includes full or partial bale ejection and opening or closing of the bale chute. For full event details and to secure tickets, visit

Fully electric ATV makes UK debut at LAMMA


he fully-electric Tachyon ATV will make its debut at LAMMA 2024 – following the appointment of off-road vehicle specialists Boss ORV as sole UK distributors. The Tachyon is UK road legal with tractor homologation, says Boss ORV managing director Phil Everett. Developed and manufactured in India, the company behind the ATV is Powerland Agro Tractor Vehicles. “We have watched with great excitement how the business and prod8 Essential Farm Machinery December 2023

ucts have developed. The factory in Goa has become a fully independent facility, manufacturing the complete vehicles in-house, including their own chassis.” Powerland started manufacturing ATVs to make the product affordable for Indian customers. Today, the company is rapidly growing with the Tachyon, which is also exported to South America and the USA. The Tachyon will be exhibited on stand 6.924 at LAMMA.

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LAMMA prepares to welcome visitors


ore than 40,000 visitors are expected to attend the LAMMA 2024 event, which takes place on 17-18 January 2024 at the NEC, Birmingham. As well as the latest agricultural machinery, equipment and technology, the show promises to connect farmers and contractors from all sectors of the industry with dealers, distributors and manufactuers. More than 600 exhibitors will showcase the latest tractors, combines, arable and grassland machinery from big global brands. There will also be a wide range of equipment launches, awards, new technology, services and tools for the farming industry. Staying true to its roots, LAMMA will also host smaller agricultural engineering and ma-

chinery companies from across the UK. Organisers say this will ensure an array of products to suit all sectors of the industry, whatever your budget. The LAMMA Live area will see industry leaders and agricultural pioneers advise, discuss and debate on the latest sector developments and issues affecting UK farming. Visitors will also be able to put questions to industry experts.

Demonstrations The LAMMA Demo Arena will feature a programme of daily demonstrations of cutting-edge machines. Manufacturers such as Krone UK, Valtra and Fendt will talk visitors through their latest machine developments and new enhancements. Suppliers will also be on hand in a dedicated area for contrac-

The LAMMA event is the UK’s biggest farm machinery show

tors. The Contractors’ Lounge will provide advice and information on safety, contractor assurance, costings calculations, insurance and business management. Clinics on key topics will be available if specific information is needed throughout the event. A Health and Wellbeing zone will offer visitors the opportunity to talk with charities and and medical professionals.

Doors open at 8.30am on both days. An early bird breakfast will be available to visitors from 7am to 9am in the NEC Wetherspoon’s and the Gallery Restaurant. All venues in the NEC are cashless payments only. All visitors to the LAMMA Show must order a free ticket before entering the show. For full details, and to secure your ticket, visit

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LAMMA 2024

Greater versatility for strip-tillage preparator


range Machinery has extended the versatility of the Strip-Till Preparator with wider working widths and a range of options to tailor the operation to suit conditions and crop requirements. A 6m Strip-Till Preparator will be unveiled at LAMMA, designed with the help of customer feedback to improve soil preparation for the establishment of maize, sugar beet and oilseed rape while preserving soil moisture and working a wider range of conditions. Extensive testing of prototypes on-farm over two seasons led to a range of modifications and the Strip-Till Preparator went into full production in 2023. The development process has produced a machine with a highly effective cultivation layout, says Grange Machinery.

er ring which breaks down any clods that have flowed through the system as well as consolidating the row in readiness for a planter.” A one-pass cultivation system, the Strip-Till Preparator can be used immediately before planting or at the convenience of the operator, with no need to freshen up ahead of the planter. “The Strip-Till Preparator provides an intensive cultivation in the row, which preserves soil moisture and facilitates drilling into the perfect environment for successful establishment,” says Mr Jones. “The discs are uniquely ad-

Grange Machinery’s Strip-Till Preparator range has been expanded with model up to 6m and a wider range of row spacings to suit crops and conditions.

justable from the cab for varying soil types and conditions.” Options include the application of granular or liquid fertiliser down the low disturbance tine, offering valuable starter nutrition. To adapt to different crops and conditions, the Strip-Till Preparator can now be specified

in 0.45m, 0.5m, 0.6m, 0.75m and 0.8m row spacing and with either shear bolt or hydraulic autoreset leg protection. For the establishment of larger acreages and to work with more powerful tractors, a 6m version of the Strip-Till Preparator has been added alongside 3m, 4m and 4.5m models

Independent rows Managing director Rhun Jones says the machine has been designed to be strong, efficient and versatile. “Three independent rows of 450mm diameter cultivation discs can be hydraulically adjusted while working in harmony with our low disturbance tine and point, which creates a perfectly cultivated row that is ready to plant into. “The seedbed is then finished with a zonal Guttler prism roll-

Merlo to showcase new compact telehandlers


elehandler specialist Merlo UK has announced the launch of two additions to its product range at LAMMA. The Turbofarmer 30.7 is specifically designed to meet the demands of those working in confined spaces such a traditional farmyard settings. It is described as the much-anticipated successor to the P32.6 model favoured for many years by livestock farmers.

The compact overall dimensions of this new model at just 2m wide and 2.10m high which can be lowered further still to 1.90 mtr high with a low cab option, meaning it can reach places many other handlers in its class cannot.

Performace Despite its compact dimensions the new TF30.7 packs a punch when it comes to performance, powered by a 100hp Deutz TCD

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4-cylinder Stage V diesel engine this new model offers almost 7m of reach and a 3-ton lift capacity.

Performace Meanwhile, the new Merlo Turbofarmer 27.6 represents a compromise between size and power, with compact dimensions still offering excellent performance. The TF27.6 offers several new features including an enhanced hydraulic system with flow sharing

control offering hydraulic flow to 95l/min ensuring the possibility of operating up to three hydraulic movements simultaneously. The machine has a 6m reach and 2.7t lift capacity and a new high torque hydrostatic driveline transmission. This has been developed with a 150cc oversized hydrostatic motor, allowing the vehicle to reach a maximum road speed of up to 40kph, says Merlo.


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Agricast to launch its latest press roll ring


eplacement parts supplier Agricast will unveil its latest press roll ring on Stand 320 in Hall 20 at LAMMA 24. The company has been supplying Cambridge roll rings, disc blades, subsoiler wear parts and custom-made packers for over 35 years. It will use the two-day event to launch its 560mm lightweight ring. The PRR-560-LW is the fourth product to feature in Agricast’s press roll ring range, which was introduced in 2018 and includes the 610, 710 and 610-LW.

Greater durability Designed for the Simba Mounted Xpress machine and retrofittable to other cultivators such as the McConnel Shaker, the new ring has a 560mm diameter, making it slightly larger than the original. It is also slightly thicker for greater durability and longevity.

The Agricast press roll ring range, with the new PRR-560-LW on the left.

“Our new 560mm lightweight ring completes our range of press roll rings,” says William Robinson, managing director. “Our PRR 610 and 710s have been incredibly well received since they were introduced in 2018. “Since then, we have sold more than 150 tonnes of this style of ring and are only starting to see our first customers ordering replacement rings – that’s how well they’re made and how long they last.” Mr Robinson spent 18 months developing Agricast’s first two press roll rings, which fit Double Press and CultiPress packers. The rings are manufactured from heat-treated Bo-

ron steel, which offer greater longevity than cast ring wheels. The ring is a closed wheel to prevent stones from jamming it, which can happen with cast rings. Agricast has improved the design by adding small cutaways to the outer edge, which improves traction and the wheel’s ability to shatter or fissure hard, dry soil. “As well as being around 30% cheaper than the original, Agricast’s press roll ring offers greater durability,” says Mr Robinson. “With 20% more metal, we are offering a longer-lasting product that will not wear through as quickly on the shoulders.”

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