With its busy programme of expert speakers plus nine halls packed with the latest machinery and technology, LAMMA organisers reckon it will provide visitors with valuable opportunities for professional development.

As well as informal learning opportunities through networking and visiting more than 500 exhibitors, the show also offers visitors the chance to collect DairyPro, BASiS and NRoSO points.

All three organisations will award members two points for attending the show. Further BASiS and NRoSO points can be claimed by visiting participating exhibitors and correctly completing a questionnaire. DairyPro points will automatically be registered on behalf of visitors who have provided membership details on their LAMMA registration.

BASiS and NRoSO members need to visit their organisation’s stand to claim their points. Both organisations can be found in Hall 10 – BASiS at stand number 132 and NRoSO at stand 102. Up to six BASiS or seven NRoSO points can be collected. For a list of participating exhibitors visit the website www.lammashow.com.

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Two Speaker Zones will update visitors with the latest thinking and legislation pertinent to the machinery sector including red diesel and alternative fuels, farmer health (both mental and physical) and careers. Visitors wanting to economise will benefit from sessions on how to get the most from second-hand machinery, while sessions on farm security will demonstrate the latest ways to keep kit safe.

Visitors who like to keep their fingers on the technology pulse will enjoy the Farming 4.0 Trail. Follow the Trail to see exhibitors with cutting edge ideas from big data and smart tech solutions to precision technology leading the way towards net zero.

“As always LAMMA is a great opportunity for professional development and keeping up to date with the latest technology, ideas and legislation,” said Nichola Bell, head of events for Agriconnect which organises the show.