Reliable Utility Tractor
Case IH Farmall C Series tractors offer reliability and cost-effectively deliver the power and performance utility tractor owners need, according to the company. Available in three models with 65, 75 and 85 pto hp, the series features the FPT Case IH four-cylinder, 3.2-L engine with fuel-efficient performance along with an untarnished service record. The tractors feature eight-speed forward, eight-speed reverse mechanical shuttle transmissions as standard equipment and can be upgraded if needed.

New control features include an instrument cluster that tilts with the steering wheel column, a speed display on the instrument cluster and an integrated position for loader joystick. The cab radio comes with iPod connection.

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Improved, Upgraded Tractor
JCB’s 3230 Fastrac Xtra tractor retains the performance and features of its previous Fastrac 3230 model and adds a wide range of new features. They include 24-speed P-tronic transmission with cruise control for effortless and automatic gear shifting, Xtra-Drive functionality for clutch-less driving, more torque to improve in-field and on-road performance, a transport power boost and variable-flow hydraulics to generate faster flow rates and lower fuel consumption. A headland management option presents effortless control in the field.

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Fuel-Efficient Tractors
New Holland’s T7 Series 100- to 200-pto-hp tractors are available with transmissions to match your operating needs, including full powershift and continuously variable transmissions. Its 150- to 200-hp models rated best-in-class in fuel economy in DLG PowerMix tests in Germany. They feature Tier IVa emissions-compliant engines with Fiat Powertrain Tier IV SCR engine technology.

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Loader Tractor With High Visibility
The MF5450 mid-range tractor was designed with a Hi-Visibility Hood design that lets the operator see the front of the loader bucket for better control, according to Massey Ferguson. The 75-pto-hp tractor’s left-hand power control lever, mounted to the steering column, allows for simple directional changes. It has a Tier III emissions-compliant Perkins 1104D 44TA turbo-charged engine and a standard Dyna-4 transmission available with a supercreeper option.

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