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Latest Technology, Tractors and Dealers at Highland Show

Latest technology and special edition tractors will join new dealers on the Case IH stand at the Royal Highland Show 2017.

New Case IH dealers for Scotland and the Borders will be on the company’s stand at the Royal Highland Show, including J. Low Agri-Services from Fife, Balgownie Ltd of Aberdeenshire, Mark Garrick Ltd of Moray and Everitt & Marshall covering West Northumberland and the Tyne Valley, all welcoming new and current customers.

Case Puma 175CVX Limited Edition

Case Puma 175CVX Limited Edition

Amongst the new technology at the show for the first time is the revolutionary new Xtra-Chopping option on Case IH’s Axial-Flow 240 combine. Ideal for minimum or low tillage systems, it creates a finer chop and more even spread of straw, leading to faster decomposition and incorporation into the soil.

Case IH is displaying eye-catching limited edition versions of two popular machines: the Puma 175 CVX in ‘Viper Stryker’ pearlescent red, marking Case IH’s 175th Anniversary, and the retro-styled Anniversary Quadtrac in black and red, commemorating the giant tractor’s 20 years in production.

This year’s Tractor of the Year, the high power-to-weight Optum CVX 300, will also be on the stand, joined by the unique Magnum Rowtrac, the new mid-size Maxxum and Luxxum tractors, plus Case IH’s baler and telescopic loader models.


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