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Fleet of new tractors at fall farm showsFleet of new tractors at fall farm shows

What’s New From the Shows: Visitors saw a wide variety, including electric, autonomous and just plain big.

Farm Progress staff

October 4, 2023

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New tractors don’t show up in droves every year at fall farm shows. However, for 2023, the stars aligned, and new tractors appeared from every direction. Some are new model-year upgrades, others are additions to an existing series, and still others are brand new with never-seen-before technology.

Here are examples of what you can find browsing through the slideshow of new tractors and accessories:

Upgraded for new model year. Claas added room and creature comforts to the cab of its Xerion tractors. Engineers made other improvements to ensure that these are sleek operating machines. The Xerion 12.590 and Xerion 12.650 also are the largest pair of tractors that Claas has offered.

Addition to a series. Not all new tractors displayed at fall farm shows were large. John Deere unveiled the midsize 4075R in its compact utility tractor 4R Series. It can handle a snowblower out front with a front-end PTO shaft and a grader blade behind — all at the same time.

New and ‘electrifying.’ Case turned heads with the Farmall 75C electric tractor. The 74-hp all-electric tractor is billed as a utility tractor ready to work. New Holland introduced the T4 electric tractor at the same time.

Solectrac introduced its 25-hp electric tractor a year ago. At the 2023 farm shows, the company exhibited the tractor with a new economy model loader, offered free with tractor purchase for a limited time.

Autonomous, too. Monarch brought its electric tractor to farm shows. The Monarch MK-V is also autonomous, so having a driver aboard is optional. Check out the entire tractor lineup and use the contact information provided to learn more.

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