Deere to exhibit upgrades at top farm show in U.K.
Several newly upgraded John Deere equipment models will be on display next week when the top farm show in the U.K. convenes.
More than 600 trade stands will be featured at LAMMA 2011, which also will show the upgraded R-series models. Five Deere models have been spruced up so that they strike maximum power output of 360 horsepower. The R-series models comply with stage 3b emissions technology.
Newly improved Deere sprayers also will be on display. The 5430i line, which has been renovated and strengthened, include self-propelled machinery. New perks added to the machinery for this year's planting and harvest season include spray boom abilities that have a more forceful suspension as well as a rate control application that is more effective.
Also to be displayed is the Multitrac SixTrac, an instant-spraying mechanism that capitalizes on Deere's strength. The SixTrac, which contains a newly added 10,000-litre tank alongside its six-wheel chassis, is powered by a 266 horsepower John Deere engine. Three axles assist distribute weight more effectively than the previous model.
LAMMA 2011 is scheduled for this coming Wednesday and Thursday. The fair will be at the Newark and Nottinghamshire Showground. There is no charge for parking and entry as the show hall's doors opens at 6:30 a.m. for breakfast on the 19th and the official opening is 8:30 a.m.