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New from Case IH, New Holland, JCB, and more at SIMA Paris farm show

The massive SIMA show held every two years in Paris, France, offers many unusual products and sights. Among the exhibits this year was a look at the oldest and newest combines in the New Holland booth. The Swiss tractor company also displayed an antique tractor next to the newest model.

Case IH displayed a new combine with folding corn head, while JCB exhibited a 310-hp tractor that cruises at 45 mph.

Innovations were among the exhibits, including a Zamboni-like feeding robot to take over the chore of mixing and dispensing cattle feed. Kverneland displayed a planter with electric seed meters, which is new in the U.S.

Many companies offered special 0% financing on equipment for four to five years.

For more photos from SIMA, visit:

http://farmindustrynews.com/farm-equipment/sima-paris-farm-show-gallery-1-john-deere-geringhoff-great-plains-polaris?intlink=rceoc

http://farmindustrynews.com/farm-equipment/sima-paris-farm-show-gallery-2-robot-massey-ferguson-lamborghini-height-adjusting-cab

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