LAMMA Show 2011

One of the UK's leading technical events for the arable industry

Organised by the Lincolnshire Agricultural Machinery Manufacturers Association and now into its 30th year the LAMMA Show 2011 exhibition took place on the Newark Showground, Winthorpe, Newark, Nottinghamshire on the 19th & 20th January.

 Another excellent LAMMA show was the unanimous verdict following one of the largest attendance ever has now become traditional, LAMMA gives the farming community its first chance to meet up in the New Year to examine and study the many machines being exhibited.

 Kverneland had a large indoor stand with a comprehensive range of products on display including:

 the popular in-furrow/on-land LO mounted reversible plough

  • the new mini-air precission mounted seed drill
  • a 3m MC drill power harrow combination
  • the trailed model 4232 mower conditioner
  • a range of mounted fertiliser spreaders which were well received along with their demonstration displays


Other machines on display included mounted precission Monopil and Optima seeding units, winter products which included the popular 12cu Siloking diet feeder wagon with side to side discharge elevator, a range of mounted and trailed stubble cultivators and a demonstration display promoting Kverneland’s well known heat treatment technology on earth wearing parts and machine components.

The Kverneland stand also illustrated the forward thinking technology available within the Kverneland Group were various machines featuring the new ‘ISO Match Tellus’ terminal. With its large user friendly touch screen allowing multiple machines or functions to be displayed. Visitors were also able to interact with various demonstrations displays showing functionality and screen navigation around the various machine operations.

The stand offered a warm welcome and a meeting and greeting point for Kverneland's dealer network, where they could sit and discuss details and technical information with their customers whilst being provided with light refreshments during their visit.

 Janaury 2011