Potato Grower

January 2019

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WWW.POTATOGROWER.COM 47 Case IH • (877) 422-7344 • www.caseih.com Magnum Series Tractors For model year 2019, Case IH continues to focus on boosting productivity and performance of both the Magnum wheeled and Magnum Rowtrac tractors. All 2019 Magnum tractors include a three-year, 2,000-hour factory warranty. The new program helps manage cost of ownership and provides peace of mind. All Magnum tractors come with factory- fit telematics and a one-year advanced subscription to Case IH Advanced Farming Systems (AFS) Connect. AFS Connect is the control center for all tractor-to- cloud-based information transfer and management. Magnum Rowtrac tractors offer producers a way to address the challenges of traction- limited soils and adverse planting and tillage conditions, all while maintaining the best agronomics possible. For 2019, a new 21-inch track option has been added to maximize flotation and minimize plant root zone interference, especially in crops planted on beds with 38- and 36-inch row spacing. All 2019 Magnum tractors are fit with track options that allow a maximum travel speed of 25 miles per hour for all track widths. Farmtrac Tractors Europe • +48 89 7433715 • www.farmtrac.pl/en • export@farmtrac.com.pl New Escorts Tractor Series Farmtrac's New Escorts Tractor Series (NETS) ranges from 20 to 110 horsepower. with advanced technology features. The latest addition sto the NETS include compact, utility, narrow, CRDi and higher- horsepower ranges. The compact tractors range from 20 to 35 horsepower; utility from 30 to 75 horsepower; narrow from 60 to 90 horsepower; and higher segment tractors from 80 to 110 horsepower. Compact tractors cater to orchards and hobby farmers; utility segment for both agricultural and commercial chores; narrow for orchards and vineyards; and higher-horsepower tractors are suited to work in the commercial applications.

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