A Kubota tractor pulling a plough© Jonathan Page

Kubota has added to its dealer network after reaching an agreement with Shropshire firm Battlefield Machinery.

The new partnership sees Battlefield become Kubota’s key dealer in an area south of Shrewsbury, including Telford down to Kidderminster.

Battlefield Machinery, based on the Battlefield Enterprise Park on the outskirts of Shrewsbury, has taken over the premises formerly occupied by Ravenhill.

The new dealer officially opened last month for sales, service and parts, two months after Ravenhill closed its operation.

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The company will sell everything up to the flagship M7001 Series tractor range, including the RTV farm buggies and smaller utility tractors.

Alongside Kubota’s kit, Battlefield will also sell Kverneland implements, Marshall trailers, McConnell hedgecutting equipment and Teagle muckspreaders.