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Case IH breaks 700 horsepower mark

An August announcement from Case IH claimed it’s the “year of the tractor” for that brand, as it debuts seven new or redesigned models at the U.S. Farm Progress Show in Decatur, Illinois.

There were several new Farmall models introduced, including the novel 75C Electric version. But the tractor most likely to steal the spotlight at the show, along with attracting the most interest from prairie growers, was the Steiger 715 Quadtrac, which becomes the first standard production tractor to break the 700 horsepower mark.

“We launched our model year 2024 Steiger lineup from the 425 to 645 at our National Farm Machinery Show launch earlier this year,” says Tom Curley, Case IH global product manager for Steiger.

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