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Farms.com Ag Machinery Profile Series: Part III

The latest from New Holland for 2015

By Diego Flammini, Farms.com

All through 2015, Farms.com will be spotlighting and highlighting some of the newest machinery and innovations in agriculture to give the farmer a head start on the kind of machinery they might need to improve their chances of more efficient work with a higher yield.

For enthusiasts of dance music, they may be familiar with a song by Daft Punk called “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger”. Those four traits are also what farmers want out of their machinery.

They want it to work harder, be better quality, work at a faster rate and be able to physically do more.

The third installment of the Farms.com Ag Machinery Profile Series will feature what New Holland Agriculture has in store for customers in 2015.

The New Holland T6 all-purpose premium tractor series is designed to provide farmers with power, efficiency, comfort and maneuverability.

The smallest in the group, the T6.145 is equipped with an 116hp engine, and the sizes increase to the 125hp T6.155 model and up to the 145hp T6.180 model.

Some of the models are available with the “Auto Command” transmission that allows for smoother acceleration and shifting and puts tractor control at the user’s fingertips.

The cabs provide great visibility with 63 square-feet of window in the front and a high-visibility roof for loader work applications. The eight LED lights provide up to 77% more light than previous models.

Check back often for the profile of other ag machinery manufacturers. Don’t forget to check out Farms.com’s machinery and farm equipment dealer pages to find the most suitable dealers and machines for your farming needs.

Join the discussion and tell us which New Holland products you find most useful.

Also be sure to check out parts one and two of the Machinery Profile Series.


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