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ANOTHER BEAST FROM THE EAST


Claas Eastern will be exhibiting the huge new Samson PGII-28 tri-axle demo slurry tanker with its massive 36m dribble bar booms and sap 2 filling arm. This machine can carry 28 cubic metres of liquid.

EBOR HALL

The Ebor Hall is a new indoor exhibition area which is well worth a look, and includes Griffith Elder weighbridges and industrial scales; Bayer Crop Science; Colchester Fuel Injection Ltd; Gleadell Agriculture Ltd, grain merchants and seed and fertiliser suppliers; Quick Hitch towing systems; J.Brock and Sons, spares and wearing parts of machinery, and many more.

MCVEIGH PARKER

McVeigh Parker are specialist farming and fencing suppliers and will be displaying the complete 30-year Triple X fencing system, which is an innovative multi-award winning permanent quick-clip steel post coupled with X-fence premium wire netting. Quicker installation and longer life with no stapling required. They will also have the new commercial quality solar floodlights, which is a revolutionary new product combining solar and LED technology.

CENTRAL PLATFORM SERVICES

Central Platform Services will be exhibiting a full range of Avant equipment including the new E6 compact loader, which is battery powered with zero emissions and low operating costs.

LIVERSEED TRAILERS

Liverseed Trailers are another new exhibitor this year. They are newly appointed dealers for Bateson Trailers as well as Meredith & Eyre trailers.

BDC SYSTEMS LTD

BDC Systems Ltd are another exhibitor celebrating an anniversary this year. They have been established 25 years, specialising in the supply of grain drying, handling, cleaning,
storage, ventilation and mill-mix equipment.  They will be exhibiting a new moisture
monitoring system which can be linked to BDC’s grain drying control panel and the data
can be remotely viewed on devices such as mobile phones.  This gives the ability to 
accurately and automatically check moisture content of wet grain whilst it passes
through a grain drying plant, allowing drier settings to be adjusted to save money and
ensure grain goes into storage at its optimum moisture content.

SEMINAR PROGRAMME

WEDNESDAY 6th FEBRUARY 2019

An excellent high profile
SEMINAR PROGRAMME

To be held in the Ebor Ring
Next to the main Market Hall and café

BREXIT – WHAT BREXIT?
Where are we going and what do we do?

11.00am
Agricultural policies for the next decade.
Addressing the question “Where are we going and what do we do?”
Jeremy Moody, Secretary and advisor to the CAAV

12.00
Agri-business – the long view.
The impact of these new agricultural policies on farming businesses.
Plus grant funding benefits and pitfalls
Davina Fillingham, Partner at Stephenson & Son

13.30
The banker’s view.
Business planning, financing and structure
Geoff Hall, Area Director for Lloyds Bank Agriculture

14.00
Preparing for the changing market-place.
Current outlook and potential impacts as well as options for managing the changes.
Luke Crossman, Market Intelligence at AHDB

Click to download the Seminar Programme (PDF)

 

AGRICULTURAL SUPPLY SERVICES

Agricultural Supply Services will have 2 new products on their stand, the first being the Rat Mat which is ideal for protecting combines and other high value equipment laid up over winter, and which are linked to a specially designed energiser. Also the G1000 Bluetooth Plate-meter which measures grass height and density to provide dry matter per hectare

RUSSELL GROUP

Russells will be displaying the New Holland T6 series with the new T6 Dynamic Command which is designed to be an all round multi-purpose tractor featuring the new 8-step semi-powershift transmission. Also on the stand will be the new Manitou MLA-T pivot steer telescopic handler which has been based on the popular MLA 628 design and powered by a 4.1L Deutz engine providing 143hp, twinned with the hydrostatic M-Vario Plus transmission. Other functions include quick lift and boom suspension.

JACKSON HANDLING

Jackson Handling are a new exhibitor this year, displaying their various lifting and loading equipment including an electric strap winder at £149.99 plus VAT. They will also be displaying ratchet straps, lifting chains and web slings

Testimonials

"YAMS is always a favourite of ours, and today was no disappointment.  Thanks again to all at YAMS 2018 for another brilliant day." Storth Ltd

“It was a real pleasure on a bright February morning to drive straight into the well organised site without any queues and park before heading to the refreshment tent for a reasonably priced and very tasty breakfast. Many farmers I spoke to said they were glad to see their local dealers exhibiting with a huge array of the latest machinery on display, along with interesting ancillary stands. ‘It feels like a show for the North’s farmers’ was the comment heard most.” Ian Wilkinson – The Farmers’ Mart

"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

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