Kent top fruit grower invests in "integrated" tractor fleet

The UK's largest top fruit grower AC Goatham & Son has taken delivery of 20 New Holland tractors from long-term supplier Haynes Agricultural this month - its largest ever such order.

by Gavin McEwan
AC Goatham directors Steve Everard (left) and Clive Goatham (right) with Haynes Agricultural salesman , Jeremy Cloude - image: AC Goatham & Sons
AC Goatham directors Steve Everard (left) and Clive Goatham (right) with Haynes Agricultural salesman , Jeremy Cloude - image: AC Goatham & Sons

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