Market-leading sugar beet harvester manufacturer Vervaet has introduced a rollerbed option for the popular Q-616. Following the launch of a rollerbed primary-cleaning option for the six-wheel Beet Eater 625 for last year’s beet campaign, its availability for the four-wheel Q-616 further widens the appeal. The first rollerbed-equipped Q-616 has already been sold in the by UK importers J Riley Beet Harvesters (UK) Ltd to Wroxham Home Farms in Norfolk where it replaces a harvester from another manufacturer for this campaign.
“The addition of the rollerbed option for the Q-616 means that we can now offer a size and type of machine for every scenario and soil type” explains Matt Carse, sales manager at J Riley Beet Harvesters (UK) Ltd. “I’ve seen many rollerbed machines in the past, but the Vervaet is unique, because we use a turbine rather than a transfer web it’s removed what was typically a rollerbed’s Achilles heel. As a company, we are very proud that Rileys hold by far the bulk of the British self-propelled sugar beet harvester market, and with Vervaet’s recent developments plus the option of refurbished machines we can offer the right machine to any UK farmer or contractor, giving us the perfect opportunity to grow our market share even further. We will have a Vervaet Q-616 with a rollerbed available for demonstrations later in this season.”
Long established UK importers of the market-leading Vervaet Beet Harvesters and Spreaders
J Riley Beet Harvesters (UK) Ltd
Old Fakenham Road,