Farmers Guardian has once again teamed up with New Holland to bring you an opportunity to win the use of an Auto Command™ tractor for one year.
Plus the winner and nine lucky runners-up will win a factory tour for up to five people at Basildon, Essex - the home of the popular T6 and T7 tractors series.
The T6 range comprises seven models which produce between 119 – 173hp and is the tractor of choice for the mixed farmers, as well as contractors and specialist agribusinesses. The range includes three new Auto Command™ continuously variable transmission models for even greater efficiency and ease of use.
The T7 range models range between 171hp and 274hp. The T7 is perfect for both farmers and contracting operations, offering excellent performance and exceptional fuel efficiency. They are ideally suited to a wide range of farming tasks including field cultivation, high-speed transport and front loader activities thanks to exceptional manoeuvrability and versatility. Nine T7 models also features the Auto Command™ Transmission for maximum efficiency.
Both ranges are built in the award-winning manufacturing facility in Basildon, Essex, which celebrates in 2014 its fiftieth anniversary.
Bedfordshire farmer David Hunt has won this year’s Farmers Guardian/New Holland Lamma competition for the use of a New Holland T6 or T7 tractor for a year.
Mr Hunt farms with his brother and parents at Hockliffe, Leighton Buzzard, where the family runs a mixed unit growing crops, keeps breeding sheep, a small herd of Red Poll cattle and rears turkeys for the Christmas market.
He said: “It is a very nice surprise. I have never won any competition, so it is very good news.”
Mr Hunt will be presented with his chosen model at a special presentation at New Holland’s Basildon plant in the next few weeks, when he and his invited guests will be joined by nine runners-up in the competition for a plant tour and lunch.