British farmers spent £1.9bn on farm equipment in 2014, says the Agricultural Engineers Association. However purchases in the first half of 2015 suggest expenditure is likely to be about 10% lower than last year.  Tractors are generally thought to be the best indicator of overall purchasing patterns. So, it was no surprise to see that 5,964 units of more than 50hp were registered in the first six months of 2015, a drop of 14% on the previous year. See also: […]
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