Braving the cold, snow and considerable amount of traffic, the crowds were out in force at LAMMA 2013 on 16th-17th January. The show, which is one of the largest for farm machinery, equipment and services in the UK, had a record number of exhibitors this year, including US and our fabulous new UK range.

Much like the cold, which persisted all day, the stream of visitors wanting to find out more about our UK range and to take home one of our goody bags was constant.

As usual, our eggs went down a treat and a special congratulations to Power Saving Solutions who were the first to tell us the code on Twitter “CHOCKELAPROFEN” to win a whole box!

The second day of the event was particularly chilly – we were pleased to be inside!

Our Anupco bags were the “must-have” accessory of the show – we will have to start thinking about our 2014 collection already!

Overall, the event was a great success and we are looking forward to working with many of the farmers and consultants that we met over the coming year. And here’s to LAMMA 2014! See you there!

To find out more about the event, see the news on the Farmers Guardian site

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