New Kuhn dealer appointed for Northern Ireland

Kuhn Farm Machinery has appointed the agricultural machinery and farming supplies business Alexander Mills as a dealer for Northern Ireland.

The appointment, which came into effect from October 2019, confirms the Benburb-based company as an official stockist and service support dealer for Kuhn’s full range of agricultural machinery. Alexander Mills will complement the existing dealership arrangement that Kuhn has with Ballymena-based D. S. Logan.

A prominent force in the agricultural supply trade since 1945, Alexander Mills is an agent for Case IH tractors and other major machinery brands. With sizeable stocks of spare parts and a team of highly trained mechanics operating from the workshop or on site, the company has a strong reputation for service and sales back-up.

“Alexander Mills is a highly respected business and has the resources and capacity to work across our broad range of livestock and arable equipment,” said Sian Pritchard, managing director of Kuhn UK. “We’re delighted to welcome the Alexander Mills team as an official Kuhn dealer and look forward to a long and successful partnership.”

Commenting on the appointment, managing director Alexander Mills said it marked another important milestone in the company’s history.

“We already have strong relationships with Case IH tractors, and a number of other leading farm machinery brands,” he says, “and we see this latest development as a great opportunity to bring another superb product range to our customers, whilst also being well placed to service existing Kuhn customers.

“We have previous history of working with the KUHN brand, selling mowers, tedders and power harrows, so we are excited about this opportunity to work across what is now a far more comprehensive range of equipment.”

Kuhn and Alexander Mills will mark their new partnership by jointly hosting three ‘Quality Forage Solutions’ events showcasing some of the more advanced grassland machinery technology available.

Taking place at Mahon’s Hotel, Irvinestown (22 October); the Armagh City Hotel (23 October); and Millbrook Lodge Hotel, Ballynahinch (24 October), each event will start with refreshments at 7.30pm. Visitors will receive an introduction to Kuhn’s new Merge Maxx 950 belt merger machine, capable of rapid windrow formation whilst minimising soil contamination in the crop and also gain insight into the company’s award-winning film binding system that is available on i-BIO and FBP baler wrapper combinations.  The system uses wrap instead of net binding, thereby improving bale conservation quality whilst simultaneously reducing the burden of recycling. Film binding technology, patented by Kuhn, received the accolade of a silver medal at the LAMMA Show Livestock Innovation Awards earlier this year.

 

 

 

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John Swire - Deputy editor of Agronomist and Arable Farmer as well as responsibility for the Agronomist and Arable Farmer and Farm Business websites. After 17 years milking cows on the family farm John started writing about agriculture in 1998 and has since written for a variety of publications and has developed a wide circle of contacts within the industry. When not working John is a season ticket holder at Stoke City and also of late has become a fitness freak, listing cycling, swimming and walking as his exercises of choice.