Fendt delivers a new level of row crop & loader work versatility & performance in 110 to 195 PTO HP tractors.The tractors will be on display at the 2012 Farm Progress Show, Aug. 28-30 in Boone, Iowa.
Built for superior row crop, transport and loader-tractor performance, each of the six new models offers more horsepower and 10 percent better fuel economy than previous models. The tractors boast best-in-class operator control and maneuverability from exclusive Fendt features like the available VarioActive steering. The 700 Series has a redesigned front axle, capable of handling 12.5 tons while turning at a 52-degree angle. As a result, the 700 Series has a tighter turn radius and the toughness to balance the demanding loads typical of field work, loader applications and using front-mounted implements. A high-visibility cab and enhanced ride-comfort top off enhancements featured in the series.
“The new Fendt 700 Series tractors offer exceptional visibility, maneuverability and power-to-weight ratio, making them among the most versatile tractors for farmers and custom operators during both field and loader work. These tractors are truly all-around workhorses,” says Carlton Self, product marketing specialist, high horsepower tractors. “They now have all of the exceptional ride-comfort expected from the latest-generation Fendt tractors and — as a bonus — even greater fuel efficiency.”
A featured addition for the 700 Series is the all-new five-post cab with a vertically panoramic front windshield and full-length right-hand window, bringing the 700 Series cab visibility in line with wants and needs of the most discerning operators. The VisioPlus cab offers 77 degrees of upward visibility. Plus, unlike many competitive tractors that offer no cab suspension, all 700 Series cabs are carried on either mechanical or pneumatic suspension systems.
The 700 Series offers the exceptionally reliable and productive power dairy farmers, hay growers, specialty crop producers and custom operators have come to expect from Fendt. The new series is capable of handling up to 39,600 pounds gross weight. Like all Fendt tractors, the 700 Series is carefully engineered to transfer more horsepower to the ground.
The 700 Series tractors offer 22 equipment connections, including six rear and two front double-acting hydraulic valves, factory-installed front and rear three-point hitches, and full ISOBUS connection. All this connectivity ensures versatile operation and trouble-free teamwork between the tractor and implement.
The Fendt 700 Series tractors are rated with a maximum rear lift capacity of 21,120 pounds, so even heavy, rear-mounted implements can be lifted to the fullest height with ease.
Front-axle suspension, with leveling control, and a mechanical three-point cab suspension ensure an exceptional driving experience. For the highest level of comfort, the tractor can be equipped with pneumatic cab suspension and active seat suspension.For more information visit your Fendt dealer or fendt.com/us.
When looking to build a better future for our world, it is only practical that we consider our world’s youth. Plain and simple, the youth of the world are the world’s future. In December of 1999, the United Nations officially declared August 12th as International Youth Day(IYD).
IYD seeks to highlight good practices in developing and expanding successful partnerships with people. This year’s theme is “Building a better world—partnering with our youth.” The UN is encouraging organizations to form partnerships with the youth. Some encouraged areas of partnership are employment, education, and entrepreneurship.
This summer, I was given an opportunity to intern with AGCO from May to early August.
As my final week as an intern comes to a close, I have had some time to look back on my experience with the internship program. In doing this, I have been able to reflect upon what the program meant to myself and the other interns. Whether it is your first time holding a job, or if you have been in the corporate setting before, the AGCO internship program gives you a chance to better understand the synergies between business, education and employment. My time as an intern has been a great experience. With access to various people and resources, it has given me a hands-on opportunity to apply my education and further develop the skills I will need to be successful in the labor force, and add value to my community.
Partnerships such as the one AGCO has with its interns are instrumental in providing youth with continued education and development. The boys and girls that compose our world’s youth today will eventually be the men and women making our world’s biggest decisions. This is why it is important that they receive support from people and organizations globally.
The U.N wants to hear your thoughts and recommendations about effective ways to support our young people. If you want to offer your thoughts or share your success stories, email them at email@example.com!
The 2012 National Field Days in New Zealand, were held at Mystery Creek, Hamilton in June.
On the back of two days of successful Massey Ferguson and Fendt Dealer meetings in Auckland, a number of AGCO staff and dealers from across Australia and New Zealand made the trek to one of the Southern Hemisphere’s largest field days, which spans across a massive 88 hectare site.
The AGCO site was once again an impressive display with each brand represented with a comprehensive line-up of product.
For a first in New Zealand, the new MF7600 Series tractors were on display for all to see.
Also on debut was the new Fendt 700, 800 and 900 SCR Series tractors, which received plenty of attention as customers flocked to see the new ranges.
The mood overall was very positive with the AGCO site receiving plenty of customers and interest which resulted in many sales being made.
“It was one of the most positive field days that I can remember – the level of inquiry and interest was huge and the subsequent orders that followed was something we haven’t seen in years,” says Peter Scott, NZ Manager for AGCO. “It certainly makes all the hard work and investment that goes into field days worthwhile”
These are the last days of AGCO’s Farm Sustainability Blog Contest. Write a short blog or submit a video post about what sustainability means to you, or on your farm. Winning entries will be posted on the AGCO blog and shared with others. In addition, 10 winning authors will help AGCO distribute $5000 in donations.
With the population growing every day, sustainable farm operations are now more important than ever before. Farmers on the field know sustainability; we want to hear from you.
Sign up here, and share what you have been doing with us!
This week is the last week of AGCO’s Farm Sustainability Blog Contest! We still want you to share what you’re doing with sustainability on your farm. Write a short blog or submit a video post on what you’re doing to increase efficiency on your farm. You could also share how you are interacting with your community, or what you are doing to help support your local economy.
We will select 10 winning entries, and those entries will be posted on the AGCO blog so that they can be shared with others. In addition, the 10 winning authors will choose select organizations to receive a total of $5,000 in donations from AGCO!
Faced with the challenge of feeding a rapidly growing global population, efficiency on the farm is becoming increasingly important. We know that nobody knows this better than the farmers on the ground today, and that is why we want to hear from you! Sign up here, and share your story!