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New Holland T7.315

New Holland has expanded its T7 series of tractors with two new models – the T7.290 and T7.315.

“These new models are perfect for farming operations that need the power of a large-frame tractor with the versatility of a medium-frame unit,” says Dan Valen, Cash Crop Marketing Manager. “They are ideal for PTO applications such as baling and mowing on large dairy and livestock farms as well as hauling manure, pulling feeding mixers, and running 12-16 row planters and pulling grain carts on row crop farms.”

New Holland Forage Cruiser

For model year 2016, New Holland has expanded its lineup of FR Forage Cruiser self-propelled forage harvesters.

Powering the units are new engines with horsepower ranging from 476 to 775 and ECOBlue Hi-eSCR Tier 4B technology. The top model retains the 20.1 liter 824hp engine.

National Agriculture in the Classroom Organization

New Holland Agriculture has partnered with National Agriculture in the Classroom Organization (AITC) with a mission to teach the importance of agriculture to students.

AITC is an organization dedicated to increasing agricultural literacy among PreK – 12th grade students and their teachers.

New Holland Super Guard Warranty

New Holland has announced a new warranty program for its light construction equipment – Super Guard.

“New Holland has a history for manufacturing quality construction equipment for over four decades and is known for our industry leading Super Boom design,” says Mark Hooper, senior director of marketing for New Holland in North America. “The best-in-class Super Guard warranty represents the confidence that New Holland has in its skid steers and compact track loaders.”

New Holland C Series

New Holland has announced that its new C Series loader backhoes and tractor loader feature Tier 4 Final emissions-compliant engines. As well, New Holland boasts that the machines offer improved engine response, fuel efficiency and serviceability, and an optional auto-ride control. The lineup includes the B95C, B95C TC, B95C LR and B110C loader backhoes and the U80C tractor loader.

“These machines deliver the power and torque needed to get any digging, loading, trenching or pushing job done faster,” says Paul Wade, New Holland Construction marketing manager. “The new engines in these machines not only meet the strict Tier 4 Final emissions standards, they improve fuel efficiency without compromising engine performance.”

New Holland Boomer 54D Award

New Holland gave its Boomer Series a boost with the introduction of the new Tier4B compliant Boomer 54D. Now that tractor has been awarded the title of “Machine of the Year 2015″ in Compact and Specialized category at the SIMA 2015 show.

The new model runs a new Common rail FPT Industrial engine and delivers a superior driving experience with the SuperSuite cab and EasyDrive continuously variable transmission.

Read our New Holland Boomer 54D Review

“This award recognises the considerable benefits that 54D Boomer tractor brings to our customers. It is the ultimate power tool, the perfect combination of superior operator comfort and optimal performance. This is achieved with the EasyDrive continuously variable transmission, the Tier 4B compliant engine and a host of features that enable the operator to get the job done with great efficiency and comfort,” says Luca Mainardi, head of Tractor and Precision Land Management Product Management. “It will appeal to municipalities, private estates and sports facilities alike. At the same time it is perfect for large scale operations and can be specified with tyres suitable for turf care management.”

The new Boomer 54D was awarded the coveted title by a jury panel of 19 farm machinery journalists from across Europe. The machine was rewarded for its technical innovation and the benefits it brings to customers, with selection criteria focusing on innovative features, performance, productivity, cost of operation, ease of use and operator comfort.

New Holland T7 270

New Holland has introduced its new tractor styling with the new T7 Series featuring its ECOBlue HI-eSCR technology for compliance with Tier 4B emissions standards. The new eight-model range includes a new standard wheelbase model with 225hp.

“The new T7 offers the best of New Holland’s technologies and features,” says Luca Mainardi, head of Tractor and Precision Land Management Product Management. “Great attention to detail has been devoted to provide farmers with a powerful and highly versatile tractor that will enable them to achieve the highest levels of productivity with ease while enjoying ultimate comfort.”

New Holland T8435

New Holland has upgraded the T8 Series with its ECOBlue Hi-eSCR technology for compliance with Tier 4B emissions standards. The entire range is more powerful than its predecessor.

“The T8 Series is the most powerful conventional tractor in the world,” says Luca Mainardi, head of Tractor and Precision Land Management Product Management, “and with the ECOBlue Hi-eSCR technology their performance has improved even further. Our longsighted approach to emissions standards, adopting at an early stage SCR for our machines above 120 hp, is delivering great advantages for our customers and it has proved to be the right choice, as this technology is now accepted as the industry standard for high horsepower equipment.”

New Holland Boomer 54D

New Holland has released its new Tier 4B Boomer 54D, which runs a new Common rail FPT Industrial engine and features the SuperSuite cab and EasyDrive continuously variable transmission.

“The 54D Boomer tractor is the ultimate power tool, the perfect combination of superior operator comfort and optimal performance. This is achieved with the EasyDrive continuously variable transmission, the Tier 4B compliant engine and a host of features that enable the operator to get the job done with great efficiency and comfort,” says Luca Mainardi, head of Tractor and Precision Land Management Product Management. “It will appeal to municipalities, private estates and sports facilities alike. At the same time it is perfect for large scale operations and can be specified with tyres suitable for turf care management.”

New Holland TD4F Working

New Holland has taken the covers off its new and upgraded TD4F Series, which is based off the TD4000F tractor range.

The new series offers three models with horsepower ranging from 65 to 88: TD4.70F, TD4.80 and TD4.90F. They feature a new hydraulic power shuttle, entirely redesigned ergonomics and new styling, a rugged servo operated PTO, and easy access hydraulic couplings.

Low profile and narrow, the TD4F tractors can work in anything from confined spaces and the tight rows of orchards, to nut growers and vineyards.

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