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Trusted agricultural equipment suppliers
We are major agricultural equipment suppliers in East Anglia and represent some of the best known and well respected names in the industry.
We began as blacksmiths and agricultural equipment suppliers in 1898 and have grown considerably into being the largest UK distributor for New Holland Agriculture and the multi-franchised operation we are today.
Manufacturers and machinery available include:
Our major franchise is New Holland Agriculture and we are their largest UK distributor. Many of the tractors that we sell are made in the New Holland factory in Basildon and we have a close relationship with New Holland that runs back a long way, even before the time when we adopted Ford as our sole tractor franchise back in 1957.
New Holland Tractors
New Holland Combines
New Holland Balers
New Holland FR Forage Cruiser
LEMKEN cultivation equipment and drills
Innovation is the watchword at Lemken, and this is reflected in the many successful new products they have introduced over the years. Lemken products have been awarded numerous international awards for their developments in soil cultivation, sowing and plant protection. Based in Germany, Lemken agricultural equipment is renowned for its quality and durability, being founded on their own special Lemken steel.
SIP is a manufacturer of agricultural machinery used mostly for mowing, tedding, raking and gathering in fodder, picking and ensilaging maize, and spreading manure.
Manitou NewAg Telehandlers
Manitou specialise in the production of a range of agricultural equipment for moving and handling heavy materials such as straw bales, fodder, manure or crops. Their telescopic handlers offer time saving solutions for a wide variety of agricultural tasks including crop processing and livestock management.
Shelbourne Reynolds is a UK Agricultural Machinery Manufacturer based in Suffolk, England, specialising in Livestock, Groundcare and Harvesting Equipment.
KRM agricultural machinery specialise in the efficient spreading of seed, feed and fertiliser, as well as more general cultivation machinery such as mowers, harrows, seed drills and so on. The cost of fertiliser means that high precision application is essential to avoid waste while maximising crop yield. KRM spreaders use sophisticated control systems to monitor fertiliser flow and adjust the output in real time during the spreading operation.
Marshall offers a comprehensive range of trailers, muck spreaders and much more. Producing on average 2300 units per year, Marshall proudly boasts being the UK’s longest-established and largest trailer manufacturer. 2012 was quite a milestone in their history when they celebrated 60 years in the business and they are proud to be family owned and operated.
The OPICO machinery range includes gas and diesel batch grain dryers, a large range of grassland machines, Micro Pro Avadex applicators and more. Knowledge of Grassland and Arable farming agronomy has been a focus for OPICO over recent years and OPICO has worked with Oilseed Rape and grassland specialists to improve their machines from the collective sharing of knowledge.
The OPICO Micro Pro 16 has been developed to enable accurate application of micro-granules such as Avadex up to 12.3m working widths when mounted on a variety of implements. It has 16 and each outlet is fed by an individual metering roller ensuring even micro granule distribution across the entire working width.
Maschio manufacture a wide range of agricultural machinery and attachments designed to assist farmers with some of the most difficult jobs around the farm such as decompacting soil for planting or grazing, stubble incorporation or weeding. Their comprehensive range of products includes sward lifters, power harrows, mulchers, flail mowers, rollers, seed drill and rotary cultivators.
Spread-a-Bale is a simple solution to one of the most laborious jobs on a livestock farm – spreading bedding straw. There are a number of machines that can spread bedding straw, but Spread-a-Bale is unique (and patented). It offers farmers a simple way of spreading straw mechanically, but without the acknowledged draw backs that occur with many alternative machines like chopper blowers and shredders.
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