Precision Farming Event: Discover the future

The annual Precision Farming Event has taken place every year since 1996. It’s the only UK event that specialises in showcasing precision farming equipment to farmers, contractors and agronomists.

It’s aimed at everyone from complete beginners buying their first light bar to seasoned users who have been working with RTK systems for many years.

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Whether you want to improve the accuracy of your field work and inputs, boost yields and cut costs, or simply sharpen up your farm record-keeping, precision farming is now an essential tool.


Exhibitor A-Z



  • Agrii
  • Amazone
  • AS Communications
  • Case IH
  • Cleveland Crop Sprayers
  • David King Electronics
  • EnviroMonitors
  • Farm Works
  • Farmade Management Systems
  • Farmex
  • Garford Farm Machinery
  • GM-R Sprayers
  • Harper Adams University
  • HGCA
  • Househam Sprayers
  • John Deere
  • Kverneland Group UK
  • LH Agro UK
  • Martin Lishman
  • New Holland
  • Patchwork Technology
  • Pentair (Hypro EU)
  • Precision Decisions
  • RDS Technology
  • RTK Farming
  • Saderet
  • Safety Revolution
  • SoilEssentials
  • Soyl
  • Tec5
  • Ursula Agriculture
  • Yara UK

Seminars

10.15am Stuart Campbell, Frontier agronomist – “Linking precision farming to agronomy”. Stuart joined Frontier Agriculture to develop its agronomy services and manages one of the company’s 21 demonstration sites. He also runs a contracting company with his sons applying Avadex for clients in East Yorkshire.

11.15am Ian Matts, Yara agronomist – “Precision nutrient management a practical viewpoint”. Ian is responsible for all agronomic issues at Yara, including product recommendations and innovations, and the development of Yara’s range of precision farming tools. He is also a partner in the family farm in Northamptonshire.

12.30pm HGCA workshop – “Automating nitrogen application”. Dr Daniel Kindred from ADAS explains the Auto-N project, the aim of which was to develop commercially viable systems for automated, fine-scale adjustment of fertiliser N applications to crops.

When Wednesday, 5 March 2014 9am-4pm

Where Peterborough Arena, East of England Showground, Peterborough PE2 6XE

Tickets £10 per person if pre-registered, £15 on the day. Students and YFC members £5 if pre-registered, £10 on the day

Contact 0845 4900 142 to book tickets or go to www.farm-smart.co.uk