Arable Scotland - Event Launch and Introduction -10am 2nd July

Arable Scotland

THURSDAY 2 JULY 2020, 10:00 AM

Scotland's newest arable event is taking place online, with webinars, live Q&As and a virtual site to tour.

Welcome to Arable Scotland 2020 - here are the launch videos from the Organisers:

James Hutton Institute Introductory Video for Arable Scotland

Chris Leslie from the AHDB

Neil Havis from Scotland’s Rural College

Farm Advisory Service – Henry Creissen and Robin Walker

Kenneth Loades from SEFARI


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First Webinar starts at 1pm -

Following this program:

1:00 pm: Webinar for New Entrants – visit GoToMeeting and use code 176-110-507

3:00 pm: Guided Digital Crop Tour – visit GoToMeeting and use code 826-012-691

5:00 pm: Live stream Q & A – Meeting the challenges of net-zero - go to The Farming Forum's Arable Scotland page

6:30 pm: Live stream Q & A – Alternative markets and new product opportunities – go to The Farming Forum's Arable Scotland page

8:00 pm: Live stream Plant Health – visit GoToMeeting and use code 722-028-859

Arable Scotland

Dr Kenneth Loades of the SEFARI Gateway Soils and Crops Sector Lead finishes the introductions to the 2020 virtual show - live in the header bar now.

Claas launches new line of Liner rakes

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Written by Justin Roberts from Agriland

Claas has just unveiled three completely new four-rotor rakes with working widths of 15m, 13.6m and 12.7m. These maximum spans widths can be adjusted by 3.40 to 4.90m depending on the model,

Claas telescopic arm

The new range has been designed to offer low transport heights, improved ground-contour following by the rotors, and ease of handling, according to Claas.

Adjustable working width​

One major development are the new telescopic arms which extend and retract by means of a three-stage patented system.

This comprises a ‘C’ profile and slide rails, enabling rapid...