An East Yorkshire farm machinery importer has further consolidated his partnership with Polish manufacturing giant, Unia, by launching its Atlas Seedbed Cultivator in the UK.
Market Weighton-based Manterra Ltd is the sole UK importer for Unia Group, Central Europe’s leading manufacturer of agricultural machinery and the Cultivator is the latest addition to Manterra’s growing range.
The Atlas Seedbed Cultivator is available in a range of 3 to 10m widths and features semi-mounted axles, three levelling boards, a front roller, heavy rear duplex Crosskill roller, two rows of tines and the options of wheel track eradicators and a mounting system for a seed drill.
Of the launch, Manterra founder, farmer and agronomist Andrew Manfield said: “Unia is one of Europe’s leading suppliers of Cultivators and the Atlas is a simple yet versatile machine with a strong frame that is designed to work hard and offers outstanding value for money.”
Prices range from £6,950 for the 3m version to £24,950 for the 10m version.
Manterra Ltd was established by farmer and agronomist, Andrew Manfield in 2011 and has its foundations in a farming business that was established at the beginning of the last century.
Manterra is also an authorised reseller for Trimble precision agriculture products and Duport spoke wheel injectors. In addition, Manterra is the key technology supplier to the Stockbridge Technology Centre Tru-Nject project that has secured Innovate UK funding for a three year trial to commercialise innovative soil nutrient mapping technology that has the potential to revolutionise farming practices.