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Machinery Matters

Machinery Matters

By Machinery Matters
The latest agricultural machinery news and industry updates brought to you by Farm Contractor and Large Scale Farmer.

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Deaf Awareness with the NFU and Argo Tractors
Farm Contractor brings you Episode 3 of our podcast, Machinery Matters. This special episode aims to bring awareness to Deaf Awareness Week that happened in May 2021. The episode features special guests from the NFU and Argo Tractors, and discusses the risk of Deafness in the agriculture community. We're delighted to also feature this episode on YouTube to provide closed captioning to support those who are part of the Deaf/deaf community.
May 24, 2021
Stress Awareness Month with the Farm Safety Foundation and getting ready for the forage season with John Deere
In this episode, hosts Lydia and Matt provide you with the latest industry news, talk with Stephanie Berkeley from the Farm Safety Foundation about coping with stress in the agriculture industry as well as getting ready for the forage season with John Deere's Robert Hill.  If you have been affected by any issues discussed in this episode head over to any of the organisations and charities mentioned, who's details will be available via our social media and website. 
April 23, 2021
Monthly News, Women in Agriculture with Merlo UK and Claas CEMOS
In this month's episode Machinery Editor, Matt Tilt and Digital and Social Editor, Lydia Turner, provide you with the latest news in agricultural machinery, speak with Merlo UK's Emily Traverse about women in agriculture and construction and talk with Michael Ives at Claas about the latest CEMOS system updates. This is the first episode in this monthly podcast where we will talk with esteemed guests about industry hot topics.  Head to our website, follow us on Twitter @farmconmagazine or find us on LinkedIn.
March 26, 2021