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BESPOKE TRACTOR FOR MIXED AND DAIRY FARMS

by T H WHITE on December 2, 2019

A star at Agritechnica 2019 was the New Holland T5 Dynamic Command tractor range which has been configured to deliver maximum productivity in mixed and dairy farms.

The new tractors are ideal where loader work and transport are key aspects of daily operations, as well as high-PTO work, such as mowing, baling, light tillage and ground preparation.

Building on the reputation of the T5 series for versatility, the four new T5 DC models are rated from 100 to 130hp and feature Dynamic Command eight-step semi-powershift transmission. This offers a wide spread of speeds within the three ranges, which correspond to those most frequently used when conducting in-field or on-road activities. The operator can thus match the speed of the tractor to the job with precision, without changing the range. There are dedicated clutches for forward and reverse to ensure a controlled power shuttle, even on steep gradients, while the range shifting is all automated.

The T5 DC’s compact dimensions – just 2,695mm tall, with a 2,490mm wheelbase and a tight turning angle of 55° – greatly simplify yard and dairy farm work, while the ultra-quiet Horizon™ cab offers the best operator environment in its class with the superior ergonomics and the intuitive features of the SideWinder™ armrest. The new super high visibility panel, together with a single-piece front screen and ample glazed areas deliver seamless visibility all round – perfect for loader work.

The power output of the proven NEF four-cylinder, 4.5 litre engine is calibrated to minimise fuel consumption while also meeting Stage V emissions standards.

For many farmers, the New Holland T5 Dynamic Control will provide the perfect solution for a wide range of applications. Our New Holland experts will be pleased to give you the full picture – contact any of our branches or enquire online at www.thwhiteagriculture.co.uk/get-in-touch

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