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See the latest farm machinery at Cereals 2020

Farm machinery and equipment is advancing at an incredible rate – and visitors to the Cereals Event will be able to see the latest technology in action, with many UK debuts.

Among those making their first entrance onto the UK stage will be Lemken’s new trailed sprayer, the Orion. The Orion comes with an aluminium boom with working widths from 24m to 39m and numerous features for customised configuration.

Lemken will also be bringing its new mounted plough, the Juwel 10, and Steketee precision hoeing equipment, and will be demonstrating in the Syngenta Sprays & Sprayers Arena.

The spraying demonstrations are always a popular draw, and John Deere will be showcasing the R4150i self-propelled sprayer with the new ExactApply nozzle system featuring pulse width modulation technology.

Making their UK show debut will be John Deere’s range-topping 7R 330 and four-track 8RX 410 tractors, while visitors will also be able to see the new season T- and S-Series combines, Mazzotti self-propelled sprayers and Kramer telescopic handlers and wheel loaders.

Another firm to look out for the in Sprays & Sprayers Arena is Amazone, with its recently launched Pantera 4503 self-propelled sprayer, which promotes responsible agrochemical use. “The Pantera 4503 limits spray drift and enables targeted applications of agrochemicals over blanket spraying,” says managing director Simon Brown.

Horsch always has a wide variety of drills, cultivators and sprayers on offer, and this year will be no different, says the firm’s Stephen Burcham.

For those in the market for a high-performance new tractor, McCormick will be bringing its new X7.264 on display at this year’s show.

Whether they’re in the market for a new tractor, combine, sprayer or cultivator, visitors will have plenty to compare among machinery exhibitors including Fendt, New Holland, Berthoud Sprayers, Claydon Drills and Opico. For a full range of exhibitors visit

The Cereals Event will be held on 10-11 June 2020. For more information or to book discount group and early bird tickets visit

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