Krone to launch raffle at LAMMA to win comprima baler

At LAMMA this year Krone will celebrate  40 years of round baler production by launching a raffle with a chance to win a Comprima F 155 XC round baler.

Proceeds of the raffle will be split between the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institute (R.A.B.I.) and the Farm Community Network (FCN). Both charities provide support to farmers who are in need or who have fallen on hard times.

Tickets are priced at £3 and be bought from the Krone stand at LAMMA (stand B41) or online at until 29th July.

“I’m delighted that we’re able to support two wonderful charities in such a fun way,” says Krone UK’s marketing and product manager James Duggleby. “Krone is a company steeped in family tradition and history and it’s important to us to give something back to the agricultural industry. We’re hoping that as many people as possible will get involved and help us raise huge amounts of money for these deserving charities.”

To celebrate the 40 years in the baling business, Krone has also given the Comprima F 155 XC round-baler a face-lift. The EasyFlow pick-up now features a new W arrangement of tines for an enhanced collection of crop. Together with its semi-variable chamber, the baler is capable of producing bales from 1.25 to 1.5m in increments of 5cm, no matter what the crop. The NovoGrip baling system ensures positive rotation of the bale in all conditions.

For further information about the chance to win the Comprima F 155 XC please contact Krone UK marketing manager James Duggleby on 0113 2878800/07919 160291.


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