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A Look at Case IH's Soon-to-be-Released ‘Biggest Combine Ever Produced’

While New Holland was launching its CR11 combine at Agritechnica, Case IH announced it would be introducing its “biggest combine ever produced,” the AF Series, in 2024. The new combine is set to be announced on Feb. 6. 

The press release announcing the coming introduction on Nov. 13, 2023, listed these features:

  • More Power: Up to 775 hp, 24% more than previous models.
  • Larger Grain Tank: Holding up to 20,000 Litres.
  • Superior Unload Rate: 210 Litres/sec.
  • Longer Rotor: 50% more separation to process high yielding crops
  • Larger Fuel Tank: A 25% increase in fuel tank size.
  • New Cross Flow Plus Cleaning System: 32% larger than previous models.

One Case IH and New Holland dealer who described it as “the worst kept secret in farm equipment,” confirmed the new red introduction is the same machine as the CR11.

The CR11 won a Gold Innovation Award from Agritechnica, and has close to zero grain loss, higher throughputs and more automation that cuts down on the total cost of harvesting. It has a 775 horsepower C16 engine, 2-by-24 inch rotors, a 567-bushel grain tank and a 6-bushel per second unload rate.

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