The FTMTA and That’s Farming are pleased to announce the launch of the FTMTA Farm Machinery Show 2017 Facebook LIVE viewing option for this year’s Show. A first for shows and events within the industry, this feature will make the Show interactive for all online followers and machinery enthusiasts alike.
As organisers of Ireland’s leading machinery Show, the FTMTA are always looking at new and creative ways to attract and engage audiences with the offerings and expertise available at our events. We are delighted to partner with That’s Farming, one of Ireland’s largest, dedicated farming news and videoing websites, to put together this offering.
The Facebook Live coverage of the three day FTMTA Farm Machinery Show, from Feb 9th-11th, will include live coverage of the Show as it unfolds in the Punchestown Event Centre near Naas. The coverage will include: exclusive live interviews with machinery experts from both Ireland and those specifically in Ireland for the event; the newest machinery unveilings in Ireland happening at the event; live reaction from the crowds in the action packed Pavilions; coverage of the unique Farming of Tomorrow Precision Agriculture arena within the Show, highlighting the latest cutting edge innovations within technology in the farming industry; interviews with Association President and CEO; the biggest and smallest machines available and everything in between. The interactive event will also be open to questions, feature giveaways and will be available to the huge online farming following in Ireland and abroad.
With technology playing an integral part within the industry itself, this opportunity allows machinery enthusiasts keep up to date with events at the Show. The FTMTA are proud to be able to draw on That’s Farming’s videography capabilities which have captured farmers’ imaginations on their page recently to make this possible. The special live show will be presented by That’s Farming’s editor John Connell and general manager Shane Ganley and will be staffed by a full onsite production crew over the three days