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WELCOME

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 6th February 2019.

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

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

Testimonials

“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

"Having just returned from YAMS 2018 I was delighted by everything it had to offer, from the traffic management and car parking through to the general layout and overall event.  Obviously organised by people who understand what we as farmers want from a local machinery show.  This was my first visit but certainly will not be my last." Paul Burtwhistle

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Show News

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New for this year are a series of short seminars with the programme running in both the morning and afternoon. Davina Fillingham of Stephenson & Son will cover the Countryside Stewardship schemes for 2018 including the new and simplified “Stewardship Offers for Wildlife” which aims to help more farmers into Stewardship with a guaranteed 5 years’ worth of income.  Davina will also cover Rural Development Programme grants available including Improving Farm Productivity and Growth Programme for Business Development, Food Processing and Rural Tourism, which offers a 40% grant towards improving productivity in the farming and forestry sectors.

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