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Good Afternoon All...


As Christmas & the New Year quickly approaches, just a heads up to let you know that we will be showcasing the MultiOne at LAMMA 2017 alongside RE Buildings.


This year the UK'S Leading Farm Machinery Equipment & Services Show

takes place on the 18th & 19th January 2017 at the East of England Showground at Peterborough.


This is a free event and is open to Farmers and Forestry Professionals.


See you there .....

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Never been before. Is there an arb presence at all?



Not a proper one as such but Stihl and other names will be there. I went last year to look at fencing equipment

Cheap day out at the right time of year I reckon.

No axe throwing or pole climbing. (Most farmers are too steady and heavy for these sort of events)

Plenty of students scrounging freebies.

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