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    Case IH unveils variety of products

    Click through the slide show to see the variety of equipment and technology Case IH recently unveiled at their headquarters in Racine, Wisconsin.

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    Machines then and now

    Introduced in 1987 for model year 1988, the Magnum 7130 featured 175 PTO horsepower and listed for $69,000. This machine is the second one built in the Series. The Magnum 340, which is a special silver edition to celebrate the Series anniversary, has 290 PTO horsepower and lists for $320,000.

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    Twin-row planters

    “Case IH twin-row planters allow producers to increase plant populations without having to make any new investments or major modifications to existing harvesting or spraying equipment,” says Bill Hoeg, Case IH Planter Sales and Marketing Manager. MSRP is around $212,000.

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    Steiger Rowtrac

    Case IH is extending its track technology with the introduction of the Steiger Rowtrac. These machines will be available in three models - 350, 400 and 450. Cost is about 20% over current wheeled tractor.

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    Titan 30 Series Floaters

    This Series is more powerful and more efficient than previous models and feature a redesigned Surveyor cab. Available in four configurations, with three or four wheels and the option of 330 or 400 horsepower.

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    AFS Software Improved

    Case IH’s Advanced Farming Systems (AFS) software provides customers with the ability to mark field maps with lagoons, highways or other obstacles; create yield maps to track yields and manage guidance lines; and develop prescriptions based on yields.

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    The LB4 Series large square baler has been redesigned both inside and out. “The new design increases capacity by as much as 20%,” notes Brett DeVries, Case IH Hay and Forage Marketing Manager. The baler features a new, high-inertia flywheel, which is 19% larger than previous models.

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