Grassland 2008 visitors will see Case IH’s
latest RBX344, RBX454 and RBX464 round balers at the brand’s
stand, the first UK showing for the newly numbered models following
production moving from the US to Plock, Poland.
Case IH RBX344
The fixed-chamber RBX344 features a
1,700Nm high torque capacity driveline clutch to enable the baler
to travel quickly when baling without suffering from blockages
and to easily cope with variations in crop density.
The proven RBX454 and RBX464 variable-chamber balers offer bale
sizes up to 150cm and 180cm in diameter respectively. Available
in both stuffer feeder and rotor feeder variants, an optional Serpentine
Roller kit helps prevent silage wrapping round the rollers, particularly
useful in wet conditions.
Case IH will also demonstrate its broad tractor range including
livestock farm favourites, the 76hp to 106hp JXU range and 86hp
to 101hp CS Pro range, both featuring the latest Tier III engines,
while at the other end of the power scale, an STX Quadtrac will
be teamed with a trailed JF-Stoll FCT 1355 forager harvester to
provide an impressive forage solution.
“Although the JF-Stoll FCT 1355 does not need the power of
the STX Quadtrac tractor, the two together make a formidable team,” explains
Case IH area manager, Andy Whiley.
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