FINAL preparations are underway for a leading farm machinery show next month.

LAMMA 2023 will be held on Tuesday, January 10, from 8.30am to 5.30pm, and on Wednesday, January 11, from 8.30am to 4.30pm, at the NEC Birmingham.

The show connects farmers from all sectors with companies that provide cutting-edge machinery, technology and equipment for the farming industry, and is the perfect place to research machinery or technology purchases. Numerous new products will be on show, many being seen in the UK for the first time.

“With a huge line up of unmissable features and presentations, not to mention the vast array of new products being seen for the first time, there is something for everyone at LAMMA,” says Nichola Bell, Head of Events for AgriConnect.

More than 600 exhibitors will showcase the latest tractors, combines, arable and grassland machinery, as well as a range of new technology, services and tools for every sector.

Those looking to update their tractor fleet can peruse new offerings, which include Kubota’s M6-001 and M6002 series (plus updates to M7003); Basak’s new 5000 Red Power series tractors; and Massey Ferguson’s MF7S.210 Exclusive spec Dyna-VT transmission and MF6S.155 Exclusive spec Dyna-6 transmission which can be seen on Chandlers’ stand.

New or updated handling equipment on show will include Lynx Engineering’s Stoll Profiline, Hauer’s XB Bionic front loader and Bobcat’s R- Series of telehandlers.

Those of particular interest to the arable sector include the UK debut of FarmDroid, a fully autonomous, solar-powered robot offering precision drilling and weeding, which has joined the Opico line up.

Originally developed by two Danish farmers, the FarmDroid has had a successful introduction in northern Europe where organic growers have reported increased in beet yields of 40 to 60 per cent over tractor-hoed crops. The manufacturers say this is down to the combination of precise seed placement and intra-row weed control making for uniform crop development.

Overseas opportunities will be explored at the International Export Advice Centre. Hosted by advisers from the Department of International Trade’s Agri-Tech team, it offers presentations and one-to-one advice for those interesting in taking their business to global markets.

Farming is a dangerous business, so once again Safety Revolution brings leading experts and inspiring speakers to offer practical advice and share first-hand experiences as part of the Farm Safety Zone.

Opportunities for professional development will also be in abundance with NRoSO, BASiS and DairyPro points on offer for visitors, plus career talks by industry experts at the Fendt & Valtra Speaker Zone.

Visitors will be able to see machinery launches, UK debuts, global brands and small manufacturers, all together under one roof. The event is open from 8.30am to 5.30pm on For more information, visit