Case IH adds Optum tractor series to its hay, forage offerings

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Case IH, with the goal of better meeting the needs of high-volume hay and forage producers, said last week that it has added the new Optum tractor series to its forage lineup.

“Case IH is proud to offer a full line of hay and forage equipment,” Dave Henderson, with Case IH's livestock marketing unit, said. “From hay cutting and handling equipment to balers and tractors, Case IH offers a lineup of innovative equipment to harvest and handle this important feedstuff, along with a broad mix of tractors designed to meet producers' individual needs — no matter how unique or specialized.”

The new tractors will deliver consistent performance, featuring enough horsepower to take care of all hay and forage operations.

“Built for heavy-duty, year-round application, the Optum series combines efficient power with operator convenience to handle the large workload and multiple tasks of hay and forage operations, row crop applications and farmstead upkeep,” Dave Bogan, marketing manager for Maxxum/Puma Tractors, said. “Fulfilling a new horsepower requirement, we designed this series to meet the needs of customers looking for that optimal power-to-weight ratio for any field, cultivation or haulage task.”
 
The Optum tractor features new Case IH family styling with a modern look, offering a redesigned hood, grille and roof cap with LED lighting, along with a spacious SurroundVision cab designed for maximum comfort and convenience.

The new tractors feature increased fuel savings of up to 4 percent as a result of more-efficient baler operation. To learn more about Case IH's hay and forage offerings, from cutting to conditioning and from balers to tractors, visit any local Case IH dealer or caseih.com.

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