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Fieldays Announces New Sponsorship With Case IH

The Southern Hemisphere’s largest agricultural event has announced a new premier sponsorship with agricultural and farming brand Case IH.

The alignment between Fieldays and the tractor and equipment manufacturer is described by CEO of New Zealand National Fieldays Society, Peter Nation as being ‘the beginning of an exciting relationship’. 

‘Case IH has been a name synonymous with excellence in the agricultural sector for many years. They are one of the most innovative agricultural brands in the world which is why our brands are so well-suited for a premier sponsorship. I am so pleased to be welcoming them into our family of supporters’.

Previously at Fieldays under a national distrubution arm, Case IH have elevated their exposure by cementing an alignment with the event; the perfect platform for creative problem-solvers to showcase their innovations to the primary industries.

Striving to support our agricultural community to grow food, fibre and fuel for the better, Case IH pride themselves on providing innovative products and market leading technology to maximise productivity. A committment that perfectly reflects the Fieldays strategic pillars of education, innovation and globalisation and ‘we can’t wait to see how our premier sponsorship develops over the coming years’ says Nation.

“It’s an exciting opportunity for Case IH to be involved with such an iconic event on the New Zealand agricultural calendar and we look forward to working with the organisers to bring as much as we can to next month’s event,” said Pete McCann, General Manager for Case IH Australia/New Zealand.

Case IH tractors are built for power and fuel efficiency and offer a full range of agriculture and farm tractors along with superior harvest equipment. Visit them on site M30 at Fieldays 2022.

Fieldays will take place from 30th November until 3rd December.

Tickets are available online here.

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