17th & 18th January 2018

East of England showground, Peterborough

Lamma 18

KroneUK Ltd

KroneUK Ltd

Stand: B41
  • | Hay and forage equipment
  • | Machinery dealers, distributors and importers
  • | Outdoor

Forage Matters At KRONE UK, producing quality forage is at the heart of everything we do. Forage is the most important commodity a livestock farmer has and therefore we understand the importance of producing cost effective and efficient high quality forage. KRONE have been manufacturing modern forage harvesting equipment to the highest quality for over 100 years becoming a global player in the agricultural industry. In September 2009, KRONE began trading in the UK and now have over 80 dealerships supplying Krone machinery. KRONE UK represents the entire product range which comprises of disc mowers, tedders, rotor rakes, forage wagons as well as round and square balers and includes the two SF harvesters BiG M and BiG X. BiG M is a high-capacity mower conditioner that works at widths of 13.20 m. The BiG X precision-chop forage harvester is currently the world's most powerful forage harvester.

Peckfield Business Park
Phoenix Avenue
Leeds
West Yorkshire
LS25 4DY
United Kingdom

Telephone

0113 2878800

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"We will reap the rewards from coming to LAMMA. Lots of leads, lots of requests for special orders, and building our profile has been something that has stood out for us exhibiting at LAMMA. I don't think you can put a monetary value on that at all." James Hudson, Director, JF Hudson (First time LAMMA exhibitor)

How to get there

East of England showground

Peterborough, PE2 6XE, UK

A free Shuttle bus service will run between Peterborough train station and the East of England Showground.  The service starts at 7am on both days, with the final bus leaving the showground at 5pm to return to the station, subject to local traffic conditions.

 

Headline sponsor

  • AFP

Innovation Awards sponsor

  • AFP
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Farm Safety Zone sponsor

  • AFP

Media partners

  • Farmers Guardian
  • The farming forum