Kubota Agriculture is to strengthen its farm machinery portfolio with the launch of a range of Kubota-branded kit at the 2017 Lamma show. Source: Farmers Weekly UK
The range of machinery will include disc mowers, rakes, tedders, flail choppers, fertiliser spreaders, round balers and wrappers manufactured and distributed for Kubota by the Kverneland Group.
Rob Edwards, Kubota Agriculture’s business development manager, said the company’s vision was to offer a range of Kubota implements through carefully selected dealers who could support and expand its tractor and machinery business.
“While we have already hand-picked some of our existing Kubota tractor dealers, there will be further new dealer appointments over the next three years to broaden our network,” he said.
When it comes to implements, Kubota Agriculture will be offering a range of grassland-oriented machines chosen specifically to complement the size and power ratings of the MGX-III, M5001 and M7001 tractor ranges.
“It is our focus to give new and existing Kubota tractor owners access to a range of productive and efficient implements that are available through their local Kubota dealer,” Mr Edwards said.