TILLAGE-LIVE TO RETURN THIS YEAR
AEA organised show
The Agricultural Engineers Association (AEA) have announced that Tillage-Live, the national crop establishment demonstration, will return to Scotland this autumn.
Organised by the Association on behalf of the industry, the event will take place in Dunbar, East Lothian by permission of Eweford Farm.
Held on Wednesday 28th September, the day intends to showcase machinery manufacturers with demonstrations of crop establishment technology including ploughs, cultivators, sprayers, conventional, strip tillage and direct drills. The event also includes a static exhibition area which provides an opportunity to discuss new ideas with experts. This year’s knowledge trail includes a look at soils and cover crops as well as tyres and soil protection.
Kayleigh Holden, event organiser, said, "The AEA are extremely pleased that Tillage-Live will be taking place in Scotland in 2022. The site at Dunbar offers excellent facilities for manufacturers to showcase their machinery to potential customers and visitors and we would like to thank Eweford Farm for hosting the event once again. Visitors and exhibitors can be confident that every step is being taken to ensure that the event is run to the highest stand and is COVID secure."