MGA Events

Below is a list of forthcoming events that may interest MGA members. If you are not a member but would like to attend an MGA event then please get in touch.

 

MGA Events

MGA Harvest Course - Reading

MGA Harvest Course - Reading

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

MGA HARVEST COURSE

University of Reading, 27th August 2019

Approximately 9am til 1pm

Firstly, there will be an indoor theory session run by Simon Draper on deciding target harvest maturity, as-sessing dry matter (DM), choosing chop length, choosing additives, and successful clamp filling. Then there will be an outdoor, look-see session with a maize harvester explaining the setup process and how to effectively service the machine. The course will be informal, allowing the opportunity to ask any questions that you may have on the theory or technical aspects being explained. The course will end with a light lunch, after which you will be free to go! Cost for members will be £50 + VAT per place and courses are limited to 20 attendees on a first-come-first-served basis.

MGA Harvest Course - Shropshire

MGA Harvest Course - Shropshire

Wednesday, August 28, 2019

MGA HARVEST COURSE

Harper Adams University, 28th August 2019

Approximately 9am til 1pm

Firstly, there will be an indoor theory session run by Simon Draper on deciding target harvest maturity, as-sessing dry matter (DM), choosing chop length, choosing additives, and successful clamp filling. Then there will be an outdoor, look-see session with a maize harvester explaining the setup process and how to effectively service the machine. The course will be informal, allowing the opportunity to ask any questions that you may have on the theory or technical aspects being explained. The course will end with a light lunch, after which you will be free to go! Cost for members will be £50 + VAT per place and courses are limited to 20 attendees on a first-come-first-served basis.

 

 

MGA Harvest Course - North East

MGA Harvest Course - North East

Thursday, August 29, 2019

MGA HARVEST COURSE

North East (Venue TBC), 29th August 2019

Approximately 9am til 1pm

Firstly, there will be an indoor theory session run by Simon Draper on deciding target harvest maturity, as-sessing dry matter (DM), choosing chop length, choosing additives, and successful clamp filling. Then there will be an outdoor, look-see session with a maize harvester explaining the setup process and how to effectively service the machine. The course will be informal, allowing the opportunity to ask any questions that you may have on the theory or technical aspects being explained. The course will end with a light lunch, after which you will be free to go! Cost for members will be £50 + VAT per place and courses are limited to 20 attendees on a first-come-first-served basis.