Hundreds of farmers and contractors flocked to Kellands stand at Cereals 2014 to get a glimpse of the new Agribuggy A280 and check out the company’s exciting range of high-performance crop sprayers.
Kellands put a full range of machinery on display at the influential show held at Duxford, Cambridgeshire and gave potential customers the change to see the machines in action at a series of working displays.
Kellands director of sales and marketing Keith Pashley said: “Cereals gives us an ideal opportunity to showcase the capabilities of our machines head to head with those of our rivals. We were delighted with the huge level of interest, feedback and sales enquiries we received.”
The show saw the launch of Kellands eye-catching new red-and black colour scheme, as well as the unveiling of the latest generation Agribuggy.