Around 450,000 visitors, more than 100,000 of them from abroad, visited the Agritechnica Show in Hanover from 12th - 18th November, 2017. The influx of visitors on the 1,700 m² Amazone Stand in Hall 9 was bigger than ever before.
There was a mixture of first day sunshine and second day showers as this year’s Highland Show opened in Edinburgh. With a bustling attendance, the talk on the stand was not only about farming and farm machinery but also about the EU referendum.
With fair weather and a bustling group of attendees, Cereals 2016 was voted a huge success as the event returned to Cambridgeshire this year. Amazone were there with an excellent line-up of new machinery.
With something a little different to the normal Crop Conferences, Orchard Farm, Amazone's Training, Education & Research Centre staged the inaugural Amatechnical in-house field day and luckily the weather played ball for the event.
With both free entry and parking at LAMMA, even the sun turned out to make an appearance at this year's show. Both days were bright and cold which helped conditions underfoot at the East of England Showground in Peterborough.
With new pieces of kit, advice on getting the best out of your soils and a sprayer performance in the ring to shout about, Cereal 2015 supplied its usual crowd of professional visitors; and no shortage of them on Stand 4.