LAMMA 2017: A peak at Bomford Turner's wirelessly operated 'Flailbot'

Bomford Turner's new product - the Flailbot
Bomford Turner's new product - the Flailbot

Machinery company Bomford Turner showed off its new product - the Flailbot, the company's wirelessly operated track mower for challenging terrains.

Remotely controlled wirelessly, Flailbot provides ultimate mowing capability whilst keeping the operator at a safe distance.

Flailbot is as at home on steep slopes as it is on flatter areas. With its ability to work on terrains angled up to 55 degrees and being remotely controlled makes it ideal for use for all kinds of landscapes.

The latest developments and innovations in agricultural machinery were on show at the annual LAMMA event.



Thousands of visitors turned out at East of England Showground, Peterborough to view the latest offerings from more than 900 exhibitors.

LAMMA is the United Kingdom's largest farm machinery, equipment and agricultural services show. Visitors flocked to the event from all over the UK and from overseas.



New launches were unveiled by the biggest names in agricultural machinery. Amongst those with new and updated models on display were Kubota, Claas, Keenan and Jacobsens.

FarmingUK was there to cast an eye over the latest in farming technology.