Be prepared for new slurry season

SLURRY DRUMLISH RI Farm

WITH 2019 fast app-roaching it is no wonder the new sl-urry season is starting to play on the minds of many farmers across the country. Within Northern Ireland the prohibited period when slurry spreading is not allowed on farms will come to an end on January 31.

Farmers and in particular agriculture contractors are

therefore turning their attent-ion to upgrading or replacing their current slurry tankers.

Slurry is important business for Tyrone-based Drumlish Farm Machinery who are Ireland’s approved dealer for locally manufactured Slurry-Kat.

Over the years SlurryKat has become a world leader in manufacturing an impressive line-up of slurry tankers.

It is therefore no surprise that such tanks have a reputation for having both a waiting list and one of the highest residual values on the market.

According to sales manager, Gerard Barrett at Drumlish Farm Machinery, the Slurry-Kat range is unrivalled.

He said: “Due to the demand for SlurryKat tankers there is a waiting list. We have tankers on site, but often our farmers and contractors pre-order due to the level of customisation options available.”

The range within SlurryKat continues to evolve each year with increased productivity and profits offered due to each machines ease of use, reliability and technical ex-cellence.

Gerard continued: “Each SlurryKat tanker is custom built in the factory using best in class techniques, materials and parts with a wide range of additional upgrades avail-

able on each tanker manu-factured.”

Drumlish Farm Machinery also stocks SlurryKat’s impr-essive line-up of umbilical systems, agitators, nurse tanks and pumps and has an onsite service and parts department. Similar to Slurry-

Kat, Drumlish Farm Mach-inery also operate an agri-cultural contracting business and a working farm.

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