Farmtrac and the Great Yorkshire Show where tradition and innovation combine

Farmtrac will debut at the Great Yorkshire Show in Harrogate on 11-14 July 2023.

Known as one of the best agricultural shows in the UK, the event has a respect for tradition and welcomes innovation, which is what makes Farmtrac’s attendance even more exciting thanks to it leading the way when it comes to new technology.

Farmtrac and the Great Yorkshire Show where tradition and innovation combine

Farmtrac and the Great Yorkshire Show where tradition and innovation combine

Manufacturer of not only the industry’s first all-electric compact tractor, but a range of cutting-edge, cost-effective, smart-looking 22-113hp tractors, Farmtrac will surely be of interest to today’s agricultural audience.

Therefore, on distributor Reesink Agriculture’s stand there will be the FT25G all-electric tractor, revered for its eco-friendly lithium-ion battery, low-noise, emissions-free operation.

The FT25G can run for up to six hours and left to charge overnight using a domestic three-pin socket for eight hours and still outperform a comparable 25hp diesel tractor in applications such as mowing and transporting materials.

The crowd favourite, the FT26, will be there along with its hydrostatic (HST) version. With its light and narrow body, this model known for its ability to get results in smaller, tighter areas without compromising on performance while its 750kg capacity means it’s more than capable of handling field work.

And from the higher end of the horsepower range, the FT6050 joins the line-up. Favoured for its fuel efficiency and durability, its 47hp three-cylinder Stage V diesel engine is designed to meet EU emission standards, which ensures clean emissions while delivering good levels of fuel economy and plenty of power. The heavy-duty rear three-point linkage with 1500kg lift capacity features Cat1 and Cat2 ball ends to accommodate a host of rear-mounted attachments.

Something all these tractors have in common is their world-class components including transmissions designed and produced by Carraro and hydraulic systems from MITA, to deliver a superior performance whether working the land, towing trailers or hauling equipment.

Steven Haynes, tractor sales manager at Reesink Agriculture, comments: “The reason why we have a comprehensive show calendar is because Farmtrac is a relatively new player to the UK tractor landscape, and they really need to be seen in person and up close to appreciate the quality they bring.

“These tractors provide a great alternative for customers who want something innovative yet practical, cutting-edge yet traditional. There’s no compromise on efficiency, durability or longevity and they really are a very welcome addition to the UK’s tractor offering.

“We look forward to showing visitors at the Great Yorkshire Show the Farmtrac range and telling them about the superb warranty of up to five years and to discuss the great value, great choice options they offer for the price point.”