Welcome to the Yorkshire Agricultural Machinery Show (YAMS) which is held at the York Auction Centre, Murton, York, YO19 5GF on the first Wednesday in February after the end of the shooting season.
The next YAMS will be held on 5th February 2020.

In its first year the show, held on the 5th February 2014, had a huge impact on the farming calendar, attracting 100 trade exhibitors and thousands of farmers and visitors.

OPEN FROM 8.30am TO 4.30pm

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It has good access, free parking, free entry, good food, great atmosphere, friendly familiar faces from local dealerships and a huge array of all the latest machinery and equipment for agriculture, horticulture, ground care and forestry.

An event not to be missed


"Excellent show.  Plenty of great exhibitors and lots to see; new innovations and machinery to supply all needs.  Great turnout too.  My first trip to YAMS and will definitely look forward to the next one." Lucinda Bird

“When I arrived the show was bustling with a great atmosphere, and I noticed that parking was well planned and stewarded and there were no queues or hold-ups. The show displayed machinery that would realistically be of interest to Yorkshire’s farmers, in addition to letting farmers speak to familiar faces from local dealerships.” Ed Fairbank - Sowerby Bridge

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Show News


BDC Systems Ltd will be exhibiting on Stand 204 in the Exhibition Hall where they will have their new Moisture Monitoring System taking centre  stage.  This accurately and automatically checks moisture content of wet grain whilst it passes through a grain drying plant which has long been the challenge for grain dryer suppliers.  BDC Systems now has its own system with bespoke sampling units whereby grain is taken from both the incoming (wet) elevator and outgoing (dry) elevator on a plant.  These samples are processed through a multi-chamber duct incorporating a Sinar moisture probe which gives live readings displayed on a screen. The system can be retro-fitted to any grain drying system subject to a site survey and data can be remotely viewed on devices such as mobile phones.  Matt Grainge is Head of Product Development and states “following extensive on-site testing at several plants around the country we are confident that the new Moisture Monitor is producing accurate real time data.  This information can be used to adjust dryer settings which will save money and ensure grain goes into storage at its optimum moisture content.”

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