Tractors© Tim Scrivener
Tractor manufacturers have blamed a slump in sales on low commodity prices and uncertainty over the impact of CAP reform. It came after UK agricultural tractor sales fell to 2,630 machines during the first three months of 2015 – a decline of 18.8% on the same period last year. See also: Tractor horsepower is on the rise The figures are based on first quarter 2015 UK tractor registrations published by the Agricultural Engineers Association. The association said the slump reflected […]
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