See the latest in John Deere technology at Meath Farm Machinery open day

Meath Farm Machinery will host an open evening this Thursday, April 21 at its Kilberry base in Navan, Co. Meath.

The event will run from 3-9pm and will feature all that’s new from John Deere and other leading suppliers.

On the day live AMS demonstrations will take place and there will also be special parts promotions.

On Display

  • John Deere New 5 and 6 Series Tractors including the 6215R
  • John Deere T series combine
  • John Deere New butterfly mowers R950R /F310R and the JD630 / 1365 trailed mowers
  • John Deere 8400 Forage Harvester
  • John Deere F440R Baler
  • John Deere XUV855D Gator
  • John Deere X125/X135R and X155R ride on lawn mowers
  • Kuhn HR304 Power Harrow
  • Kuhn Optimer plus Disc harrow
  • Kuhn Comi liner Venta 3000 LC
  • Kuhn 5 f plough
  • Hi Spec T18 Tub Feeder
  • Hi Spec 1600 Slurry tank
  • Claydon 3m mounted drill and New Terrastar
  • Tanco 1400 Wrapper
  • Sulky X40 Econov and New DX20+ and DX30+ spreaders
  • TwoSe TP600 and TP500S Hedgecutter
  • TwoSe 6.4m Roller
  • Bargam Manual and Hydraulic 1200 mounted sprayers
  • Fella SM mounted mowers
  • Fella TH7706 6 rotor tedder
  • Rossmore Hyd Bale handler
  • Smyth Grain Trailer

Raffle

Meath Farm Machinery will also be offering free entry to its raffle on the night with every purchase. The top prize on the day will be for two return flights/accommodation to John Deere’s 50th Anniversary Event.

Meath Farm Machinery first opened in the heart of County Meath in 1979.

Managing Director Peter Timmons who is assisted by his son Ian Timmons has seen the business grow over the past 37 years and now employs over 30 staff.