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How Claydon Opti-Till® turned around a contracted farm’s grass weed problem

    In October 2010, the Claydon family took on the contract for farming a number of fields in Suffolk.   Until 2010, these fields had been farmed under a conventional establishment system,

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Claydon crops off to a good start in 2019

We have been impressed by photos our customers have been sending in of Claydon drilled crops in different countries.  The crops have coped very well with very dry conditions at time of sowing and establishment

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SIMA Show – Paris

Preparations for the SIMA show in Paris are well underway. SIMA takes place from 24-28 February, Villepinte, Paris and brings together 1800 exhibitors from 42 countries, attracting 230,000 vistors from

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New Farm Tech Days for 2019

In addition to the Claydon HQ Open Days, we are also planning Farm Tech Days across the country to bring Claydon drilling closer to you. The Claydon HQ Open Days are planned for w/c 29th April –

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Spring bean drilling on the Claydon farm

We have made a good start to the New Year in both sectors of the business; the farm looks particularly well and the same can be said for many of the regions in which Claydon are active.  This is in complete

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Metaldehyde ban from 2020

The Government has announced that it will be banning the outdoor use of metaldehyde. The ban will come into effect from Spring 2020 in Great Britain and is the result of studies carried out by the UK

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New UK & Ireland Sales Manager

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Rob Dunk as our new UK & Ireland Sales Manager.  Rob has extensive experience in sales management and distribution development in the agricultural industry. 

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LAMMA launch for NEW compact trailed 6m

Claydon will exhibit its new 6m T6c compact trailed drill at LAMMA in January. The T6c is the latest addition to the trailed range of 3m to 8m drills. “The new T6c is over 20 per cent lighter and more

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Soil is key for Essex farmer

Since using a Claydon Hybrid to establish crops at Beckingham Hall, Donald Macaulay has seen soil condition improve as well as costs reduce: “Using the Claydon System to establish crops has certainly

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