Check out new equipment at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show, Sept 13 - 15

New Kubota M7 Series Ride’n’Drive
Self-Propelled Sprayer Ride’n’Drive
Bugnot debuts in North America

New Kubota M7 Series Ride’n’Drive


Originally unveiled to Canadian farmers at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show last year, the new Kubota M7 series tractors will be available to test drive this fall.  The Kubota M7 ride’n’drive zone will be open all day on September 13, 14 and 15 for farmers to experience.  Interested farmers can cross over to the ride’n’drive zone at Gate 5 on Lower Machinery Mall. Feel the power of the M7 tractors directly from the driver’s seat.  In addition to the ride’n’drive zone, the Kubota flagship exhibit will display its full range of equipment at the corner of 1st Lane and South Mall.


Self-Propelled Sprayer Ride’n’Drive


Growers shopping for a self-propelled sprayer this year can save time coordinating demonstrations with sales representatives by simply making a trip to Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show (COFS). The 2016 field equipment demonstrations will include a self-propelled sprayer ride’n’drive zone.

The self-propelled sprayer ride ‘n’ drive will be ongoing from 10:00am to 3:00pm in the Southwest Demo FielD. Among the manufacturers available to test drive will be John Deere, New Holland, Case IH/Green Lea Ag Centre Inc., HJV, Agrifac/Specialty Vegetable Equipment as well as Apache/R. E. Egger Truck and Machine. 

The new ride ’n’ drive test track will feature a partially cropped, partially bare field so drivers can easily test each sprayer for stability, turning, and rinsing on the go among other aspects. The track will include turns to get a feel for both sides while performing a high speed turn, as well as a number of obstacles for operators to maneuver around to get a good feel of the machine’s capabilities.


Bugnot debuts in North America


Bugnot NA is proud to present their line of BPM Stone Grinders at Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show. Started in 1915, Bugnot specializes in the manufacturing of stone grinders and forestry mulchers. These tools are ideal for the development of new lands and to maintain stony fields. The crushers pulverize stones, wood and stumps to a depths of 15 inches. A rapid change over combined with an interchangeable range of hammers allows for one to work in wide range of conditions: stones, stones and wood or wood. Bugnot NA’s exhibit will be located on 8th Lane South.

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