You already know that routine maintenance keeps your New Holland equipment running at peak performance. And, now through May 31, when you come into any of our locations, receive a 30-dollar reward card with a 300-dollar purchase on any combination of genuine New Holland batteries, filters and lubricants.
Keep your equipment running strong with maintenance solutions made specifically for your machines. But hurry, this is a limited-time offer, so stock up on the essentials now. Take advantage of these smart rewards and be prepared for the entire season!
The Deere high horsepower tractors use CEGR and DEF technology to meet Tier IVb emission levels. Using two systems to accomplish what New Holland accomplishes with DEF technology only greatly increases complexity and cost for the owner throughout the life of the tractor as well as higher operating costs on fuel. The CEGR technology adds a second turbo charger (NH uses one, Deere uses compound (2) turbo chargers), a Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (non on New Holland tractors), a Diesel Particulate Filter (none on New Holland tractors), and an Exhaust Gas Cooler (New Holland has none) in order to cool the recirculated air and a larger Air-To-Air Intercooler than New Holland uses because the hot recirculated air has to be cooled.
The DEF equipment on the Deere tractor has similar components as New Holland’s DEF equipment. All of the Deere CEGR equipment is ‘extra’ machinery that the New Holland owner doesn’t need to buy or maintain:
One might ask why New Holland uses CEGR technology on smaller tractors if it isn’t a good idea? Fact is, CEGR has benefits in small engine applications simply because small engines use a fraction of the air that larger tractors use and typically, smaller tractors don’t have constant high engine loads typical of high horsepower tractors’ applications. The lower combustion temperatures needed for CEGR to meet emission levels occurs more naturally in the smaller tractor.
The use of dual technologies (DEF plus CEGR) in high horsepower Deere tractors presents a huge liability for the owner throughout the life of the tractor that the New Holland single technology (DEF only) doesn’t provide to the New Holland owner. Deere points out that the DEF use will be lower because of the dual technology. While this remains to be seen in real world use, we would point out that diesel currently sells for about $4.00 per gallon whereas our Open House price on DEF was $1.39 per gallon.
Nebraska tests on Deere’s Tier IVa tractors showed higher diesel use than the New Holland Tier Iva tractors and the Deere tractors didn’t meet Deere’s advertised horsepower levels OR torque rise. See Nebraska tests 1990 and 1991 attached: 031814 nebraska tests Deere is a registered trademark of Deere & Company
Our 2013 Open Houses at our six locations were packed with top of the line equipment, food, and most importantly people! We were grateful to have specialists on hand from our equipment vendors, along with plenty of new equipment on hand to display to those who were able to stop in for a hot meal and great company. Here are some of the pics from our Open Houses:
We hope that those of you who were able to stop in and take advantage of our parts discounts, talk to some of our equipment specialists about the exciting new equipment that is out, and enjoy a meal on us, all had a great time and will stop in to see us next year!
New Holland Rochester customers Ron Clauson and Don Bauman and their families are featured in a new video as part of the New Holland Smart program. The related families farm in Fulton County Indiana where New Holland Rochester is located and have a long line of New Holland equipment from sprayers to T8 tractors. The farm is now a third generation operation that has used New Holland combines for harvesting. We’re proud to be a part of an American success story that they represent and their success and solid, steady growth over time is the result of prudent management and hard work. Watch the video to see how their operation partners with our dealership and New Holland to bring success to their farm:
New Holland’s Ready Check Maintenance event has been extended until March 31st, 2014. Using your CNH Capital Card, you have continued access to the following benefits:
An EXTRA 6-month extended parts warranty on all genuine New Holland parts
with an existing 6-month warranty.
No-payments, no-interest financing for 120 days on purchases of $1,000 or more of genuine New Holland parts, CNH Industrial Reman parts and related service when they use their CNH Capital Commercial Revolving Account (CRA).
Stop in or call us at any of our locations to see how we can help you get your machinery ready for the season today!
New Holland Logansport Inc. hosted their annual Kinze Planter Clinic on 1/31/14. Jim McGee, from Kinze Manufacturing, lead a presentation on what customers should be inspecting and repairing on their planters before they head to the fields this Spring. We had almost 75 customers attend the meeting, up slightly from the year prior. As you can see, planter owners and operators understand the importance of making sure their equipment is in top shape. Kinze is encouraging customers to repair now instead of waiting until Spring. If fact, they are offering their best discounts of the year on many of their repair parts thru 2/28/14. Visit one of our Kinze dealers now to save BIG!
Every year the technology levels of the Agricultural Industry increase. Equipment you depend upon to protect your family farm’s interest needs to be best-in-class or your farm suffers. In 1996 Fiat purchased New Holland from Ford Motor Company and New Holland experienced excellent years on a global basis as the Fiat engineering benefits brought immediate positive results. Today the line of equipment offered by New Holland as part of the Fiat-owned CNH division is the most technologically advanced line we’ve ever offered. The heart of any equipment line is the engine and we offer the Fiat Powertrain Technologies engines at our Ag Technology company and in all of the self-propelled farm equipment we sell in the New Holland brand.
We knew our engines had incorporated the best solution to meet Tier IV emission levels and we knew that our fuel economy was better than the competition from the Nebraska tests.
The superiority of the FPT engine is now so high that virtually all of New Holland’s competitors are using them for power. The attached article from Ag Intelligence magazine details the latest developments in engine use in the Ag sector. As you consider your current and future powered equipment for your farm, you should be aware that some engines use two technologies (Cooled Exhaust Gas Recirculation and Diesel Exhaust Fluid) to meet emission standards. The attached article speaks to the superior FPT design which uses a single DEF system and meets the latest emission standars.
At New Holland Rochester, we’re proud to be a part of Fiat Industrial. Its engineering has revived Chrysler and saved tens of thousands of American jobs and paid back every dollar of government help Chrysler had been given before Fiat took on the Chrysler challenge. We have seen first-hand the positive benefits the financial and engineering strength Fiat has brought to the New Holland brand. We look forward to continuing to offer the best engineered products in the Ag business to our customers.
A Haytool Clinic held at New Holland Centerville drew a good crowd of interested producers Thursday, Dec. 5 at the NH Centerville store. Presentations by Robert Hendricks, New Holland Haytool Specialist and Wayne Krom of New Holland Parts and Service support highlighted the event.
Producers learned about hay making techniques, preservatives and other tools available on New Holland equipment to make their efforts more productive and more profitable.
New Holland Centerville staff provided lunch and offered discounts on parts and service that was scheduled that day by attendees.
New Holland prides itself on leadership in haytools and this meeting was just one of the many things being done to strengthen that commitment. See any of our New Holland locations for sales, parts and service on New Holland products for best-in-class product and after-sales support.
Agritechnica is by far the largest and most prestigious indoor farm equipment show on the globe and is held every two years in Hannover, Germany. At each show, the Innovation Committee awards medals to the most important and innovative inventions in agricultural machinery that have been developed in the two years since the last show.
Over 400 entries from around the globe were submitted, and a total of 37 medals (four gold, 33 silver) were awarded. New Holland submitted the Cornrower system, patented and developed by Jim Straeter of New Holland Rochester, for an award. The committee thought the Cornrower was important enough to award a Silver Medal at the show for the Cornrower.
Pictured from the left are: Abe Hughes, New Holland V.P. of Sales and Marketing, Hedley Cooper, Global Director of Product Development, Jim Straeter, President of New Holland Rochester, and Carlo Lambro, New Holland Worldwide Brand President.