In the latest edition of Machinery Matters, the Farm Contractor podcast, Matthew Tilt speaks to Campbell Scott. Mr Scott, who previously worked with Massey Ferguson, has established Atomictractor which will produce low-emission tractors from its base in Coventry – historically, a hub for tractor production in the UK.
The company has completed a feasibility study with Aston University in Birmingham looking at low carbon technologies, and are seeking to provide a highly-efficient answer for farmers looking to eliminate diesel costs and future-proof their energy source.
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With Cereals just a month away, Farm Contractor magazine headed down to Cambridge to see the various crop plots and interview the exhibitors. In this special addition of Machinery Matters, we step away from the tractor cab to explore the latest in crop development and provide a preview for what will be at Cereals.
In this episode you will be able to hear interviews with Cereals host farmer Robert Law, site agronomists Ceres Rural, the NIAB, Syngenta, Rothamsted Research, first time exhibitors LSPB, Corteva, Senova, Premium Crops and KWS.