This 1974 Volvo Winch Tractor has only clocked up a total of 1,000 hours in its lifetime. The tractor was used for light work in an airport in Sweden, where it was originally manufactured. Volvo produced a selection of tractors with this particular 650 model producing 73hp.
This rare implement, titled the 'Ferguson Game Flusher', was produced by Ferguson in Coventry as a way to "prevent the unnecessary toll of game destroyed by mowing during the nesting season". The Game Flusher is mounted onto the front axle of the tractor.
This 1952 Lanz Bulldog was used as a road haulage tractor. This tractor can reach speeds of up to 40km/h. It is fitted with a single cylinder vertical engine.
This 1974 Cat D6D dozer was purchased new by Bord na Mona and was used for drainage purposes. This is the largest plough on display at the event with a three foot by ten foot board. The machine is owned by Nicolas Meacle from the Thatch Vintage Club.
This International Titan 1020 is the oldest tractor on display at this year's National Ploughing Championships. The tractor was built in 1917. It is powered off a two cylinder engine which starts on petrol and runs on kerosene.