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Britains unveils new farm offering at Moira Model Show 2017

Britains farm toys is Europe's oldest scale farm model specialist.
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Britains farm toys has announced its presence at the Moira Farm & Construction Model Display Showin Lisburn, Northern Ireland on Friday 27th and Saturday October 28th 2017.

Britains is Europe's oldest farm toys specialist, with ranges including tractors, implements, vehicles and accessories. With over 95 years experience, the collection is constantly refreshed and updated to offer a range of models that children love using for farm toy roleplay. The range also appeals to collectors for the detail and accuracy of the models. 

Throughout the show, visitors will receive an exclusive first look at the brand-new John Deere 6195M as well as fifteen exciting new models due for release in 2018, from popular manufacturers like JCB, Land Rover, NC, New Holland, Massey Ferguson, Kane and a couple more.

Fans can immerse themselves in the farming world with A3 collector posters, a farm diorama as well as hero products from its current range including the JCB Hydradig and NC trailers and spreaders. Britains will also create huge excitement among children and collectors by unveiling two new licenses which are set to be reintroduced to its popular collection next year.

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