Guide to: Britains Kverneland

Britians continues to carry on the pattern of releasing popular farm equipment in the UK, now adding Kverneland implements to their collection.

Norwegian based manufacturer, making farm implements including; plough’s, tillage tools, cultivators, feeding, seeding and forage equipment.

With three models available, each one is made to be towed by Britains 1:32 tractors, with a single 1:16 plough available – all made to attach to Britains tractor hitch.

Well Britains Kverneland range is small, the series includes a die-cast toy plough for readying the ground, before using Britains Kverneland seed drill.

There’s also ‘a made from durable plastic’ Britains Big Farm toy plough for use on all your 1:16 scale tractors, possibly even with Bruder too.

So if you’re in need of reliable toy farm implements when plowing is due, then turn to Britains Kverneland models to do just the job.

Britains 43049 – Kverneland Reversible Plough and Pakomat – 1:32 Scale

Britains 43049 - Kverneland Reversible Plough and Pakomat

Buy at: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00JBE5TAC?&tag=toyfar-21

This Britains Kverneland Reversible Plough and Pakomat is compatible with all Britains tractors, made from die-cast metal with a tow bar. When driving on the road the plough folds up and rides on one wheel, then expand the plough to operate on the field.

Britains 43145A1 – Kverneland Seeding Combination U-Drill 3000 – 1:32 Scale

Britains 43145A1 - Kverneland Seeding Combination U-Drill 3000

Buy it: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01BZ208EO?&tag=toyfar-21

Once you’ve ploughed the field, then it’s time to sow the land using this Britains Kverneland Seeding Combination U-Drill in 1:32 scale, made from die-cast metal with a compatible tow bar.

Britains 43081 – Big Farm Kverneland Plough – 1:16 Scale

Britains 43081 - Big Farm Kverneland Plough

Buy it: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00UN5XPK4?&tag=toyfar-21

This Big Farm Kverneland Plough is made in a big 1:16 scale, and attaches to your Britains Big Farm rear hitch and pulled along the ground eating up the mud – readying for seeding – although there’s no Big Farm seed drill currently.

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