Royal Highland Show 2019

The Royal Highland Show is the flagship event of Scottish charity the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland. This event is a must-visit for those in the Agricultural industry, boasting over 1,000 trade exhibitions and 2,150 livestock competitors.

BAGMA are delighted to announce that we will be exhibiting at the Royal Highland show 2019.

Stand number: 216 on Q Avenue

We would like to invite all members and their guests to visit us on our stand during the show and take advantage of our hospitality, the experts on the stand and our stand guests who’ll be there to advise and help all visitors.

Celebrating its 178th year, The Royal Highland Show is one of Scotland’s most iconic events, showcasing the very best of farming food and rural life. A great day out for everyone of all ages, get up close to the country’s top quality livestock, taste exceptional food & drink and experience rural living at its most vibrant.

BAGMA have a long history of exhibiting and supporting the RHS and we’d be delighted if you could find time to join us.

What you can expect

You’re invited to join us at our drinks reception at 5pm on Thursday 20 June. At the reception, BAGMA President Brian Sangster, will hand over the presidency to Peter Arrand after four years of office.

Working closely with members, partners and associates for the Royal Highland Show, BAGMA will have several guests and companies on their stand at the show this year. Catalyst Computer Systems will again be providing live demonstrations of their dealer systems.

SPAL Automotive who design and manufacture high technology, brush-less fans and blowers and supply cooling technology to OEMs, and replacement parts for the industry will also be presenting on the BAGMA stand.

We’re pleased to confirm that along with BAGMA President Brian Sangster, Vice President Peter Arrand and the BAGMA team, we’ll be joined again by Ruth Bailey, CEO of the Agricultural Engineers Association (AEA).

Visit the website for more information or to register today