Fendt Demonstrates a “Farm Experience”

At the International Green Week in Berlin, Fendt was involved with the “Farm Experience” in Hall 3.2 as usual. That is were farming can be experienced hands on.

Peter-Josef Paffen, Spokesman for the Fendt Management (centre) and Sepp Nuscheler, Fendt Press Officer, hand a Fendt pedal tractor for the trade fair kindergarten over to Hermann Bimberg from the i.m.a.

The “Farm Experience” is a big crowd-puller every year at the biggest consumer fair for food, agriculture and horticulture. Its purpose is to explain modern farming to consumers in an easy-to-understand manner. “We are here at the International Green Week, because it gives us the opportunity to communicate directly with 400,000 consumers and to demonstrate what modern agricultural machinery is,” said Peter-Josef Paffen, Spokesman for the Fendt Management and added: “Fendt is committed to being here.”

Fendt tractors were found in all sizes at the “Farm Experience”: as remote-controlled model tractors on the Agravis model farm, in original size, of course, and as push tractors, go carts and pedal tractors. It is a tradition that Fendt donates the entire fleet for the trade fair kindergarten. After the trade fair is over, the proceeds from the sales of these tractors will go to a kindergarten in Berlin, which is planning to build a vegetable garden in the spring.

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