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New Holland’s Winning Team tours baling products around UK

• New Holland’s 100 day #WinningTeamTour continues with baling products
• Latest baler models will visit six locations across the UK
• Visitors can ride and drive in a real field environment

New Holland is taking its latest baling products on a tour of the UK during May and June. The #WinningTeamTour will visit six locations from the South West of England to Scotland, including the Grassland and Muck event in Warwickshire.

New Holland’s 100 day #WinningTeamTour has already taken its T7 tractors around the UK, as part of its celebration of 100 years of tractor manufacturing. The tractor tour coincided with spring cultivations and drilling and the manufacturer will now demonstrate the outstanding performance of its baling products in silage. Following the baling tour, farmers will get to see the latest combines in action during harvest.

The baling products demonstrated at each location will vary according to dealer host, but the tour will include the new Big Baler 1290 Plus, producing square bales up to 120cm wide by 90cm high and the new Roll Baler 125, producing round bales up to 125cm diameter. Tour stops will take place on farms with silage fields, offering visitors the opportunity to test-drive the balers and inspect the resulting bales.

In addition, New Holland’s new Big Baler 1290 Plus, its Roll Belt Baler, a variety of tractor models, and its LM telehandler will be on display and on demonstration at Grassland and Muck on 24 - 25 May.

Several New Holland dealers are supporting the baler tour, including: Agricar, Bryson Tractors, Symons, Teme Valley Tractors, T H White, and Wilcocks.

Baler tour dates and locations are as follows:

10 – 11 May, Bicton College’s Home Farm, Salterton, Decon (Symons, Wilcocks)
24 – 25 May, Grassland and Muck, Stoneleigh, Warwickshire
5 – 6 June, Knighton, Wales/Shropshire border area (Teme Valley Tractors)

Two further dates near Frome, Somerset (T H White) and Lanark, Scotland (Agricar, Bryson tractors) will be announced soon.

Farmers interested in attending a tour location should contact their local dealer for more information. Updates to dates and locations will be available on the New Holland website.

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