Most major tractor manufacturers have already booked exhibits for this year’s Farm Machinery Show hosted by the Farm Tractor and Machinery Trade Association (FTMTA).

The Farm Machinery Show will return to Punchestown Racecourse for two days on Wednesday 13th and Thursday 14th July 2022.

The FTMTA has reported a huge demand for exhibit space with the majority of major manufacturers already confirmed as exhibitors.

Exhibit at FTMTA

Exhibit packs were released last week and anyone wishing to exhibit is urged to book early to secure their place at this year’s show. The last Farm Machinery Show was held in February 2019.

FTMTA Executive Director Michael Farrelly said, “We opened our exhibitor application process last week and already have a large number of confirmed exhibitors for our July 2022 agricultural machinery show.

“We knew there was a high demand for a return to the shows, but it really took us by surprise.

“The feedback we receive indicates that manufacturers are looking for a targeted, professionally organized event. The FTMTA [has] a proud reputation for organizing events focused on a single objective, namely agricultural machinery.

Farrelly also said the purpose-built exhibition infrastructure at Punchestown is very attractive to exhibitors and allows them to showcase their wares in a way that is not possible in other venues.

“The success of an agricultural machinery show depends on the experience of exhibitors and visitors. The Punchestown site is designed and built for high attendance events. Its location makes it easily accessible from anywhere in the country,” he added.

Tractor and machine brands

Among the tractor brands confirmed for the Farm Machinery Show in July are Claas; Valtra; Case HI; Fendt; Massey Ferguson; John Deere and more.

Other top brands and companies to exhibit include Pottinger; Kuhn and Cork Farm Machinery; Lemken; Farm hand ; JCB; Kubota; McHale factory and others.

The FTMTA said there are also many more finance companies, parts suppliers, campaign apparel, oil companies and tire manufacturers that have reserved their space for the event.