Tillage-Live will be just that this year – as a live event being held at Down Ampney, in Gloucestershire, after a year break in 2020 because of Covid-19 lockdown.

The event, which is being held on Thursday, September 16, will include working demonstrations, a static machinery display, and a knowledge trail which offers in-depth information on areas such as cultivation and soil structure.

Kayleigh Holden, the event's organiser for the AEA, said: "The site near Cirencester offers excellent facilities for manufacturers to showcase their machinery to potential customers and visitors. We would like to thank Farmcare for hosting the event.

"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-19 secure."

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Static exhibitor Agrovista

Working and sprayer exhibitor Amazone (Plot 4 and SP1)

Working exhibitor Bednar FMT (Plot 8)

Static exhibitor Chandlers (Farm Equipment)

Static exhibitor Class Western

Working exhibitor Horizon Agricultural Machinery (Plot 15)

Working exhibitor Horsch UK (Plot 1)

Static exhibitor John Day Engineering

Working exhibitor John Deere (Plot 18)

Working exhibitor KRM (Plot 7)

Working exhibitor Kubota (UK) (Plot 22)

Working exhibitor Kuhn Farm Machinery (UK) (Plot 12)

Working and sprayer exhibitor Kverneland (Plot 24 and SP2)

Working exhibitor LemkenPlot 5)

Working exhibitor Lister Wilde S5)

Static exhibitor McCormick Tractors

Working exhibitor Michelin Tyres (Plot 9)

Working exhibitor Mzuri (Plot 6)

Working exhibitor New Holland (Plot 10)

Static exhibitor NFU Mutual

Working exhibitor Opico (Plot 2)

Working exhibitor Ovlac (Plot 11)

Working exhibitor Pottinger UK (Plot 17)

Static exhibitor Severn Agriculture

Static exhibitor Syngenta UK

Working exhibitor Vaderstad (Plot 3)

Static exhibitor Velcourt


The Old Airfield, Down Ampney, Airfield, Gloucestershire GL7 5PL