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What’s New From the Shows: Tractors pack power and precision technology.

If you need powerful tractors ready to handle precision technology available on the market today, you can find what you need in the new tractor lineup for 2022.

Claas has upgraded the Xerion tractor with features that add convenience for the operator, easy compatibility with other precision systems and more durability. Case IH has introduced its AFS Connect tractors, which are ready for the 21st century.

If your biggest need is instead a utility tractor, with sizable horsepower or perhaps a lower horsepower utility model that is still durable and affordable, you will also find what you need in new product offerings.  

Massey Ferguson offers two new models in the M series, and two additional models in its E series, rolled out over the past few months. John Deere has added a more powerful option to its M series, introducing the 5125 M with 125 hp.

Zetor has three utility models featured in this rundown, and others in its lineup. The Fendt 300 Vario is the final model in the Fendt introduction last year to be ready for your farm, starting in 2022. It includes many features inside the cab that are often typically found only on larger models.

If you need to lift or reach up high for specific jobs, JLG and Manitou both have new telehandlers that they believe are good fits in the ag market. Be sure to take a look, and use the contacts provided to learn more.

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