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FTMTA News 16th March 2015

General FTMTA News

FTMTA Member McHale Farm Machinery , Kilmaine are hosting two driver days at Ballinrobe Race course on the Friday 27th & Saturday 28th March from 1pm to 6pm each day.

John Joe Cummins of McHale Farm Machinery is looking forward to the event & says it will give people a chance to drive the latest tractors from the Fendt & Massey Ferguson ranges from 70hp up to a 280hp. He added that the Ballinrobe Racecourse is a superb venue to stage such event with plenty of space & car parking around the race track.

McHale’s normally host open days at their own premises but have decided to host the drivers days at Ballinrobe race track to give customers not only a chance to have a look at what is the latest from Fendt & Massey Ferguson but also the opportunity to test drive & get the feel of the tractors.

On view will be the popular Massey Ferguson 5600 range from 80hp – 130hp. The Ultimate loader tractor. The MF 5600 series has been designed to give pure power, performance & is straight forward to maintain & operate. Each model gives outstanding manoeuvrability, visibility & works perfectly with a loader. We will have a MF 5612 available to drive & a special loader area where you can operate.

There will be Fendt tractors available to operate from the 200-300-500-700 and 800 ranges.   The new Fendt 700 is a compact High Horse power Tractor which makes a wide range of applications possible from heavy field work to dynamic transport & front loader operations.

There will also be the latest Machinery on display from the McHale product range & from our other suppliers including Hi Spec-Krone-NC-Quicke-Rauch-Amazone & Kuhn.

Come & Drive modern horse power around Ballinrobe race course on the 27TH & 28TH March

Be a part of a stronger farm machinery industry – join the Farm Tractor and Machinery Trade Association – contact FTMTA at 045 409309 or for details.


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