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The Case IH Optum turned heads at Agritechnica in November last year, where it won the Machine of the Year 2016 Award. The first examples are due here this month.
As AUDI, BMW, Ford and even Google talk about driverless cars in the next five years, a North Dakota company is marketing the idea for agriculture.
The 80-100hp tractor continues to be the workhorse in NZ, especially on dairy farms, and the picture is the same in the world's markets.
Tractor designs have come a long way: compare today's machines with the favourites of yesteryear like the MF 135 or the Ford 4000.
Power Farming recently introduced a number of new models and upgrades to the Deutz Fahr tractor ranges for the 2016 season.
The first production models of the Case IH Optum are now coming off the factory lines, the first examples expected to hit New Zealand in June.
Front suspension on tractors is normally associated with high specification models that do haulage work at high speeds.