Farmers attending this fall’s farm shows found larger, more powerful equipment and more complex, yet easier- to-use precision technology.
New Holland’s new T9 tractors are available in four models with a standard 36-in.-wide frame for row-crop work. Engine horsepower ranges from 350 to 500 hp. Growers who want a broad-acre tractor can opt for one of the two wide-frame models with 535 and 600 hp. All of the engines are Interim Tier 4 compliant.
The T9 is equipped with 113-gpm hydraulic flow with up to eight valves. The hood opens in the front, and the cooling package pulls down for easy serviceability. The redesigned cab features the new Sidewinder II armrest console. The controls are common throughout New Holland’s tractor lines starting at 100 hp up to the T9’s 670 hp.
Prices for the T9 series of tractors are not yet available. For more information, contact your local New Holland dealer or visit www.newholland.com/na.