New ag equipment shown at the Big Iron Farm Show held recently in Fargo, ND, inlcuded sprayers from Case IH, Top Air and AGCO; a grain cart from Balzer; a vertical tillage implement from Landoll; a seeder from Horsch; a new combine head from MacDon; and new tractors from Versatile and New Holland.
Chris Carrier, cash crop tractor marketing manager with New Holland, takes viewers for a test drive of the new T7 Series tractor model. The tractor features a continuously variable transmission (CVT), which, according to New Holland, operates as easily as driving a car with an infinite range of speeds. Also featured is an auto-guidance system that lets the tractor drive itself....More
At a recent Media Day at New Holland headquarters in New Holland, Pa., journalists had the chance to get a closer look at the company’s new track option on its T9 series high-horsepower tractors. First launched at farm shows last fall, the new SmartTrax track option consists of four belted rubber tracks designed to reduce soil compaction and slippage created by these 600-plus-hp tractors. They also can provide for a smoother ride over bumps compared to wheels, the company says....More
This week New Holland invited ag journalists to its company headquarters in New Holland, Pa., to formally announce its plan to rejuvenate the company.
New Holland Vice President Abe Hughes says the company has long been known for its hay and forage line, which he says is the largest in the industry. Now the company wants to make its mark in other markets, including the North American large-acreage row-crop segment....More
New Holland announced a new marketing strategy focused on the corn and soybean markets at Commodity Classic 2012. Abe Hughes II, New Holland vice president, explains the new strategy, in addition to a special camouflage design that was on display at the show....More
1 Titan Machinery Case IH New Holland
91 locations in North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Romania
2 RDO John Deere
61 locations in North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Minnesota, Arizona, Texas, Oregon, Washington, California
3 Rocky Mtn. Dealerships Case IH New Holland,
38 locations in Alberta, Manitoba, Saskatchewan
4 James River Equipment/Colorado Equipment John Deere...More
We asked readers to tell us the farm equipment that was their smartest buy. The list ranges from 30+ year-old tractors to a newer pickup truck. If you have equipment to add to this list, let us know and send us a picture at FIN@penton.com....More
What is the direction of sales and the buyer trends for 4-WD tractors among manufacturers, such as AGCO, Case IH, Claas, John Deere, New Holland, and Versatile? See this brief summary, produced at the National Farm Machinery Show tractor seminar by Jodie Wehrspann.
New Holland's Director of Marketing John Elliott talked with FIN Senior Editor Jodie Wehrspann about the company's new utility tractor series, including the PowerStar T4 series, and the TS series. The TS6 tractors range from 90 to 115 hp; the T6 series range from 90 to 120 hp. The PowerStar T4, named for the new Tier 4 compliance, ranges from 75 to 100 hp....More
John Deere introduced the Welderator to its line of power products for the farm, ranch and workshop. This stationary, gasoline-powered machine provides three functions in one unit – air compressor, generator and arc welder.
The Welderator features an overhead cam/overhead valve, 404cc engine with an electric start on a 30-gal. receiver tank mounted on a 3/16-in. base plate. The unit weighs 585 lbs. and is 46 in. long by 22 in. wide and 47 in. high....More
New Holland introduced its latest models of CR Series Twin Rotor combines at the Farm Progress Show. The combines feature new Tier 4A-compliant engines that offer 9% fuel savings, according to Nigel Mackenzie, combine marketing manager....More