• 19-JUL-2015

  • SOURCE: CNH Industrial

Speciality tractors fit for fruity business at Fruit Focus

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Kent and East Sussex-based machinery dealer Haynes Agriculture prepares to showcase a range of small and specialist New Holland tractors at Fruit Focus, on 22nd July at East Malling Research Centre, Kent.

"We always enjoy exhibiting at Fruit Focus. We've been a long-standing supporter of the event and as a local dealer, we always see a lot of our customers," says General Sales Manager Jeremy Cloude. "We are looking forward to welcoming new and existing customers to our stand, no. 336, where they can get a good look at some of the fruit-orientated machinery we supply."

He continues: "The four New Holland tractors that we'll have on display are ideal for almost all fruit growers due to their small size, excellent turning radius, comfortable cabs and generous power. Their versatility means they can be used for a a wide range of different tasks on farm, making them good value for money."

The New Holland T4-75V and T4-95F ranges are available in three widths to suit a range of specialist applications. Additional options include SuperSteer™ with automatic 4-wheeled-drive for best in class manoeuvrability and a minimum turning circle of just 2.9m. Powered by renowned FPT four-cylinder engines, they offer excellent performance in a compact size.

In the smaller tractor sector, the T3-65F offers an impressive lift capacity of up to 2277kg and features one click Lift-O-Matic™ raise and lower control, ideal for a range of handling tasks. Fitted with a powerful three cylinder engine offering 65hp, 4wd front axle and 40kph transmission, it is adaptable for field, transport and warehouse functions.

Finally, the T3030 model is fitted with a transmission offering four ratios in each of the four working ranges. This enables it to easily perform operations such as specialist planting or intensive low speed cultivation. Available with or without cab, the operator platform is designed with comfort in mind with tuned rubber isolation blocks to reduce the amount of heat and vibration reaching the driver.

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