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Case IH adds new planter

Specialty model adds bulk-fill tank and high-tech functionality

For the first time, Case IH offers a new stack-fold Early Riser planter with a bulk-fill tank option, factory-fit liquid fertilizer system and wing downforce.

That was the big takeaway from a webinar this week with Tony McClelland, Case IH planter marketing manager, who described the new 2130 stack-fold mounted 3-pt. hitch model.

“We’re excited to offer the 50-bushel bulk-fill option that doesn’t need lift-assist wheels, while providing high-speed, high specs and high tech—all available straight from the factory,” he added.

Available in five configurations (12-row 30-, 36-, 38- or 40-inch row spacing and a 16-row 30-inch model), this 2130 planter is rebuilt from the ground up. It includes new features that enhance productivity for high-tech strip till and flood irrigation operations and for specialty crops such as cotton, peanuts and dry edible beans.

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