LAMMA 2017: Kubota show off M5001 series and MGX tractors

The new M5001 Series, a brand new range of 95HP to 113HP tractors, at Kubota's LAMMA 2017 stand
The new M5001 Series, a brand new range of 95HP to 113HP tractors, at Kubota's LAMMA 2017 stand

Kubota has unveiled the latest additions to its 100hp tractor line-up for the first time in public at LAMMA 2017, which continue the Japanese firm’s heavy investment in the agricultural sector.

The new M5001 Series, a brand new range of 95HP to 113HP tractors, powered by a four cylinder V3800 Kubota engine, includes a host of leading edge technology to maximise power, performance and end-user comfort and control.

Also on show was the new generation MGX Series range, which Kubota hope to deliver class leading power and reliability while reducing environmental impact.

With one of the largest cabs in its class, the MGX range offers operator comfort and visibility.



Built for maximum power and torque output with new technology, the MGX series is equipped to efficiently handle demanding jobs in the field or farm.

Implements



Kubota is also to strengthen its farm machinery portfolio with the launch of a range of Kubota-branded implements.

The range of implements will include a selection of disc mowers, rakes, tedders, flail choppers, fertiliser spreaders, round balers and wrappers, which are manufactured and distributed for Kubota by the Kverneland Group.

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 Claas, Jacobsens-gfm, Keenan and Bomford Turner.

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