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BIG and bright agricultural machinery is to return to the Nottinghamshire County Show for the first time in many years, say organisers.
Following the success of the Midlands Machinery Show (MMS) held at Newark Showground last year, the Newark & Nottinghamshire Agricultural Society is proud to announce the resurgence of new machinery stands at 2017’s county show on 13 and 14 May.
Around 20 machinery manufacturers and dealers from the East Midlands region have confirmed their attendance and will be hoping to build on the business achieved at the MMS last November.
The spectacle of big, bright, shiny new machinery, including tractors and grain driers, will prove a huge attraction for families with young children said show manager, George Taylor.
“The whole team is really excited with the news of the return of agricultural machinery to the show. It’s been our goal to increase the level of agricultural trade stands and we couldn’t be happier. There will also be plenty of animals, displays and retail stands for visitors to enjoy.”
From high adrenaline stunt displays to a grand parade of cattle, sheep, and more, visitors will be able to purchase advanced tickets when they go on sale this month.
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We are pleased to announce that the British Goat Society will be awarding the BARONESS BURDETT-COUTTS Challenge Cup for the best qualifying Inspection-Production Goat over two years old and theEGERTON PERPETUAL Challenge Trophy for the AN securing highest points in Inspection and Milking.
These special awards are in addition to the rosettes and certificates annually awarded
Junior Beef Cattle Championships classes s829 - s833
Conditions should read - for animals born on or after 1st January 2015
Pure Bred Beef Championship & Special Awards classes s834 - s836
Conditions should read - for animals born on or before 31 December 2014