Collings, Andy
May 2004
Farmers Weekly;5/7/2004, Vol. 140 Issue 19, p72
Trade Publication
Product Review
Evaluates the latest agricultural machinery offered by different manufacturing companies in Great Britain in 2004. Importance of the personal radio set developed by Kent-based Icom; Information on a waistcoat that keeps in the warmth but does not restrict movement introduced by Musto; Price of the seven-piece hex-key from Spaldings.


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