Long-standing exhibitor makes impressive return


GA Allen is a family business which origin-ally concentrated on veh-

icle repairs. The business moved into the area of agricultural machinery sales in 1977.

It is the main agent for Deutz Fahr, McHale, Peecon, Tulip, Pitbull, Hardi, Strautmann, Spearhead, Richard Western, Einboek and many more. An extensive list of both new and quality second hand machinery is always in stock with a vast amount of spares kept at all times for all machines.

GA Allen has been attending the Spring Farm Machinery Show from the very beginning 20+ years ago, expanding on its exhibitor space with each passing year, allowing it the opportunity to showcase some exciting products for the 2020 season.

Launched recently, the Pitbull compact loader is one of the freshest products added to GA Allen’s large range of brands. The Pitbull Compact Loader is a unique product with extra attention for safety, quality and strength. It’s a compact and very versatile machine – perfect for big jobs in small areas.

GA Allen’s extensive range of McHale machinery will also be on display at the show. The ever-popular Irish manufacturers range of balers, mowers and much more will be available to view at the GA Allen stand in Hall 6.

McHale’s design team have combined their specialist know-

ledge of crop harvesting, en-ergy and technical know-how

to develop the McHale Pro Glide range of mowers, offer-ing a number of unique feat-ures which deliver superior floatation, self-adjusting cutter bar angle, constant cutter bar ground pressure, enhanced cutter bar protection, optimum conditioning, clean uniform swath, higher output, optimum transport position and greater visibility.

Alongside the Pitbull and McHale range of machinery GA Allen will have the user-friendly Tulip fertiliser sowers on show. The Tulip Centerliner precision fertiliser spreaders are designed for farmers with an emphasis on quality, ease of use and accuracy.

Tulip promotes the quadruple overlap distribution system. This robust spreading pattern is incredibly tolerant to sources of inaccuracy such as wind, variation in fertiliser characteristics and driver error. Tulip offer a range of fertiliser spreaders that fulfils all European standards relating to accuracy of distribution and border spreading.


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