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Spring machinery shows to return in 2023

The AJS Spring Farm Machinery Shows are among the first agricultural-related events that farming, and machinery enthusiasts can earmark in their 2023 diaries.

Millstreet, Co. Cork will see the first of the three shows return to the Green Glens Arena on January 18th and January 19th, 2023.

Returning on the 25th & 26th of January, the Eikon exhibition centre will welcome the return of the Spring Farm Machinery Show.

Ireland’s premier farm and plant machinery, equipment and services show, which is located just off the M1, features an “extensive” range of exhibitors from both the agricultural and plant sector.

It does not stop there, as in February, the Spring Farm Machinery Show moves into the Cavan Equestrian Centre on February 1st and 2nd.

Once again, all leading brands within the sector will be in attendance spread over three halls.

Each show will offer ample free car parking on site with opening hours of 12 noon – 10 pm each day.

Spring Machinery Shows

A spokesperson for the Spring Farm Machinery Shows remarked:

“Having established a reputation as one of the must-attend machinery shows across Ireland, each of the three SFM shows attract thousands of visitors from all across Ireland, the UK and beyond.”

“The hugely popular shows showcase an extensive range of exhibitors, with all key agri and machinery brands featuring at the shows.”

“Visitors can expect over 200 exhibitors with all the major brands of Farming Machinery and Agri equipment displayed along with the latest innovations and products in the industry.”

“Having a vast range of products all under one roof allows visitors the opportunity to stock up on the latest equipment for the upcoming year,” the spokesperson concluded.

“You will also see smaller agricultural, engineering and machinery companies from across Ireland and the UK, including the latest tractors, combines, arable and grassland machinery and a wide range of new technology, services and tools for every sector, ensuring a fantastic array of products to suit all sectors of the industry, whatever your budget.

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