Jock Bryce is a classic entrepreneur. He began his business by identifying a gap in the market that wasn’t being satisfied by existing technology, then set out to meet that demand, with nothing to his name and a family to support. His boundless energy,constant attention to detail and understanding of his customers are no doubt the foundations of his success. His wife Jennifer, who has always helped him in the business is also due a lot of credit in this area.
Spylaw farm, Kelso, is sometimes called the best arable farm in Scotland and so it was a very suitable location for this year’s Tillage event, where all the latest cultivating and seeding machinery was put through its paces.
Some 70 tractors complete with ploughs, and various combinations of rollers, tines, presses and discs were seen working on 20 demonstration plots by the 1,500 or so visitors.
New Holland's latest and most advanced evolution of the award-winning T7000 series will make its first national public appearance at the Grassland UK event at the Bath and West Showground on May 7th. The T7000 Auto Command, which is based on the '2008 Tractor of the Year' T7000 range, will be demonstrating the new technology that gives it even greater fuel economy, productivity, class-leading
power to weight ratios, ease of use and comfort.