Case IH unveils the new Magnum™ 3404 tractor at the Inner Mongolia International Animal Husbandry Machinery Expo 2018
The new Magnum 3404 tractor
Other high-horsepower tractors displayed
A number of other Case IH tractors were exhibited at the Expo, including the Puma® 2104 and Puma® 2304 models. These belong to a series of ‘universal’ tractors that are truly versatile, with body style and power variable across the range to meet the different needs of cultivating and pasture operations. The Puma Series’ FPT Industrial high-pressure common rail diesel engines provide high torque and power, high efficiency and low fuel consumption.
For good traction on even the most challenging terrain, four-wheel-drive and differential lock management is provided on all Puma models. There are controls to switch between manual and automatic modes, enabling the operator to harness true traction with both mounted and trailed equipment. This means the Puma can be used for heavy-duty operations, such as deep pine and soil preparation, as well as light-load operations such as sowing, cultivating and spraying. Pumas are especially popular models for joint land preparation and ploughing in China’s Northeast and Northwest regions.
Forum and Expo well attended
The sixth edition of the annual China Modern Animal Husbandry Machinery Development Summit Forum shared expertise on husbandry-related matters, such as planting, breeding, ecological recycling, straw resource utilization, and the development of ecological agriculture. The sixth edition of the International Animal Husbandry Machinery Expo displayed mechanized solutions which can help realise the experts’ latest thinking on best-practice farming techniques. Both Conference and Expo drew a big audience comprised of industry experts, entrepreneurs and academic researchers.
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