McAree Engineering -Vintage Farmall Super A on Stand @ National Ploughing Championship
McAree Engineering will have a vintage Farmall Super A from the late 1940’s which they believe is the only one in Ireland. It has been restored by Benny McCabe in Monaghan.
McAree will be displaying their full range of V-Mac silos on their stand – with single and split silos along with legged, offset and enclosed options available to check out. This year they will also have one of their feeder wagon storage solutions – their enclosed silo with feeder wagon augur fitted to it. Their very popular tote bins will also be on display.
The feed silos are constructed using Magizinc, a modern steel that provides the extremely high levels of protection against corrosion and with exclusive interlocked forming and are incredibly strong. McAree make their silos different from anyone else as the rolled body construction ensures a
smooth inside wall helping excellent product flow and super-strength construction. Suitable for the agricultural, biomass, waste water treatment and plastics industries – V-Mac silos are available in a range of styles and formats.
In addition McAree will be featuring the award winning SiloSpi feed silo monitoring solution, featuring Lvlogics software and monitoring application. This innovative technology is solar powered, with a lid fitted silo monitor, is easy to install and trouble free. According to Peter Richardson, Sales
& Marketing Manager “it is the easiest and quickest way to accurately monitor the volume and quality of the dairy, pig or poultry ration in your feed silo.
Visitors to stand No. 40 on Block 2 (Row 2) also have the opportunity to win a V-Mac feed barrow valued at €400.McAree technical advisors on the stand will include Fergal Sherry, Noel Kiely, Peter Richardson along with Barry & Eileen Finnegan from Lvlogics Ltd .
Photo. This historic tractor was restored over the last 10 years by Benny McCabe a local Monaghan man and is powered by tractor vaporising oil [TVO]. The manufacture of the Fordson tractor began in Cork from 1919. Pictured L2R last year on the McAree stand are Peter Richardson, McAree Engineering, Richard Whelan, IHFA, Seamus O’Mahony, Dairygold Coop & Eileen Finnegan, LVlogics Ltd.