A significant crowd of machinery enthusiasts attended day one of the UK’s largest farm machinery and agricultural show – LAMMA, which was making its debut at the NEC in Birmingham.

Last year the show was held outdoors at the East of England show grounds in Peterborough. However, due to bad weather, day two had to be cancelled.

Exhibitors and attendees alike were more than happy with how day one of this year's indoor show turned out.

A total of over 650 exhibitors spread across 11 halls were at the event which saw tractors, combines, drills, cultivation kit, slurry equipment, innovative technology and much more on display.

Check out next week’s paper to find out what new machines were launched at the show.

Malone had its full range of equipment on show, including these disc mowers.

AGCO's IDEAL combine made its UK debut at the show.

This Vector Powerdrive post driver had a mounted back-actor.

Ploeger had this AT4103 self-propelled slurry tanker on display.

The black Deutz Warrior 7250 TTV was one of the top tractors at the event.

McCormick and Landini had a very impressive stand. They showcased the X8.680.

Zetor had its Crystal HD 170 on display.

The Krone Big M 450, which was launched for the 2018 season

This Lite Trac LT350 is a universal tool carrier. It can be customised to mount various implements.

JCB had a significant display of machinery including this 435S loader.

Krone had a huge display of grassland equipment including these two foragers from the Big X range.

An Avant 640 mini loader equipped with tracks.

A Vredo Trac VT7028 self-propelled slurry tanker fitted with a 687hp Deutz engine.