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Dealer’s Agri-Days event not to be missed

 

On the 21st, 22nd and 23rd of November, Lincolnshire dealer Agri-Linc will host its fourth annual Agri-Days Event. Key attractions this year will include Proforge machinery demonstrations (subject to weather), featuring the launch of the new Proforge mounted Multimole Moledrainer. This represents an impressive addition to its iconic Moledrainer range that is ground-breaking in every sense of the word, says the dealer.

Besides that, exclusive new and used machinery offers will be revealed at the event and its stores will be open featuring a large range of stocked parts, equipment and workshop consumables, besides an extensive attachments display. Grasmere Farm Catering will be on hand to provide visitors with free hot refreshments, featuring renowned locally-sourced pork products.

EnduraMaxx will also be present at the event, featuring its rainwater harvesting and transport tank products – visitors can take advantage of this exclusive opportunity for assistance with their tank requirements. As well as this, if visitors register their interest at the gate, they will get the chance to win one of three ‘£100 off’ vouchers, to be redeemed on catalogue or online purchases after the event.

Finally, for anyone in the area attending the Midlands Machinery Show at Newark Showground, the Agri-Linc site is only 45 minutes away.

The event is located at: Agri-Linc Ltd, Randalls Farm, Scottlethorpe Road, Edenham, Bourne PE10 0LN. Entry and on-site parking is free.

To find out about the latest information on the Agri-Days 2018, go to the event page: https://www.agri-linc.com/event.

*Agri-Linc is a 4th and 5th generation supplier of new and used agricultural machinery, wearing parts and haulage equipment. It is also the pioneer of the Proforge range of machinery, attachments and wearing parts. It has gained its expertise through 94 years of experience in helping farming businesses.


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