Thanks to those who attended our Louth Technical Arable Evening

 In Company news, Louth Times

Earlier this month, Louth Tractors hosted a ‘Technical Arable Evening’ for local farmers, to hear from a top line up of expert speakers and enjoy some refreshments on us. The event was a great success and had a very educating feel.

The event provided advice on maximising cereal yields, offered expert insight into soil health and looked at what the new Agricultural Bill will mean for UK farmers, this March.

Record breaking local arable farmer, Tim Lamyman delivered a great talk on ‘Maximising wheat, barley and oilseed rape yields’, followed by Dr Jonathan Holmes, from Lordington Park Agronomy, who spoke on some really pressing topics, including ‘The essentials of soil and plant interaction,’ as well as insight into what the Agriculture Bill 2020 means for UK farmers.

Mark Curtis from Sumo UK also delivered an excellent presentation on ‘Current trends and thoughts in the world of cultivation equipment’. The sessions were chaired by our new agricultural sales manager, Philip Stephenson, who did a great job of MC-ing the proceedings.

Hosted by Louth Tractors, we’re delighted that so many farmers came along, in what may be the last social gathering for a good few weeks, possibly months now.

Watch this space for more regional events, as and when we are able to hold them.