KUHN to host 2023 expo in Toowoomba

Grain Central, June 21, 2023

A machinery demonstration at the 2020 KUHN Expo at Naracoorte, SA. Photo: KUHN

MORE than 30 of KUHN’s cutting edge agricultural machines will be on display at the KUHN Expo to be held in Toowoomba July 26-27.

The independent event will allow KUHN’s dealers and customers to see first-hand the newest lines in the company’s range for growers of cash and fodder crops and producers of livestock.

“The expo is a great opportunity to see and experience the KUHN machinery range in action on farm, whilst networking with leading industry partners,” KUHN Australia marketing manager Michael Murer said.

KUHN’s previous expo was held at Naracoorte in South Australia in 2020, and the biennial event was not held in 2022 due to COVID.

“We’re looking forward to welcoming everyone to the 2023 KUHN Expo and sharing KUHN’s latest
innovative technology,” he said.

Attendees will be able to see live demonstrations, machinery displays, and workshops led by KUHN product specialists.

There is also the opportunity for customers to take part in a silent auction of the demonstration machinery, where a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Are you Bogged Mate? mental health support organisation led by Mary O’Brien.

The event will showcase the full KUHN machinery range which encompasses the full hay and forage process from mowing to baling, stubble management and tillage, crop protection and fertilising, and livestock solutions.

It is being held at the FarmFest site at Kingsthorpe, and attendees will be ferried by bus from a central meeting point away from the site.

In addition to exhibiting a broad range of KUHN machines, the event will also highlight the newest
additions to Australian shores; the VBP 7100 round baler wrapper combi series and the FC 13460 RA
and FC 9330 RA mower conditioners.

KUHN Group’s VBP 7190 round baler wrapper combo was recently crowned as the winner of
category nine at the 2023 Farm Machine of the Year Awards, securing KUHN’s position as leaders in
the hay and forage industry.

The VBP 7190 was identified as being the most powerful and versatile machine in its category.

Source: KUHN


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