The triennial Scotgrass show took place in Dumfries last week, showcasing the very latest machines designed to make dealing with grass an easier job.
From monster foragers to small paddock toppers, the show had it all, and was even blessed with a scorching mid-May day. Punters got to see all the kit in action on working plots at Crichton Royal Farm.
See also: Scotgrass 2019: The best of the foragers
Check out some of the pictures below to get a flavour of the action. Next year the event returns to Warwickshire and its new host, Ragley Estate, for a two-day show on 20-21 May 2020.
Rest spots were needed across the huge site
Throughout the day, the clamp was kept busy as the machines on the working plots hoovered up all the grass on offer. Here is a Claas Arion 650 on its way with a full load
Fendt was showing its new Rotana round baler, which has been rebranded to Fendt green following Agco’s acquisition of Lely
There was plenty of interest in Kuhn’s Mergemaxx
The John Deere plot had heaps of working demos, including this 6215R and Kuhn’s GA13131 rake
The only self-propelled mower on show was Krone’s Big M
Claas was celebrating building its 150,000th Axion tractor with a special black unit on a set of triple mowers
Dropping grass on the JD plot was this 6250R and R 950R triple mowers
This FR650 cleared up grass for New Holland, and unloaded into a Richard Western trailer
Teagle was showing how its small topper could hack down the thickest swards of grass