New Holland is set to display exciting updates to its CR Revelation Series combine at Agri-Trade, booth 690, from November 6-8 in Red Deer, Alberta. The equipment leader will also showcase three of its hay tools featured in The Great New Holland Haytools Giveaway. Visit the booth or see the announcement for more details and to enter for a chance to win.

Celebrating 45 years of New Holland-pioneered Twin Rotor technology, 2020 will mark an exciting year for the agriculture equipment leader in combines. The CR Revelation Series 2020 models will feature a significant power upgrade, updates in the revolutionary proactive IntelliSense system, and significant cab and capacity improvements to bring more profit to farmers’ bottom lines.

At the booth, New Holland will display the model year 2020 CR9.90. The CR Revelation series built-in Zedelgem, Belgium, features the Opti-Clean cleaning system and the 2020 models are the CR9.90 Opti-Clean with a Cursor 13 engine and 600 peak horsepower (up 29 horsepower from 2019) and the World Record holder CR10.90 Opti-Clean with 700 peak horsepower, the most powerful combine in North America.

These models are designed to deliver outstanding capacity per hour with the same remarkable grain quality and low losses as the previous series. The 2020 models also feature a Stage V emission certified engine as part of New Holland’s clean energy leadership position in the market.

“This is truly our best combine series yet for the North America small grain producers,”

says Luiz Miotto, combine product marketing manager for New Holland, North America. “Our focus is to provide the producer with the highest productivity possible, with the best efficiencies and most grain in the bin in order to maximize their bottom line.”

The benefits of the New Holland CR combine are also confirmed by an independent third-party, PAMI, and as reported the CR combines can deliver more productivity by harvesting more acres per hour with less fuel and fewer losses over the competition. Per the PAMI study, on a 5,000-acre farm (2,500 wheat and 2,500 canola), operating the New Holland CR combine translates into greater savings and returns due to faster harvesting and lower combine losses. The result is $23,000 in total savings to the grower or $4.60 per acre.

Since 2015 when the PAMI study was performed, new Holland has introduced additional features on the CR combines to improve productivity and efficiency even more. First and foremost, one of the CR Series’ most revolutionary features is the full-line integration of IntelliSense technology. New Holland’s IntelliSense is a proactive, automatic combine setting system capable of selecting the best settings out of 280 million possibilities. The information from various sensors is analyzed by the computer and adjustments can be made every 20 seconds, following the strategy set by the farmer, such as Maximum Capacity or Best Grain Quality. By constantly adjusting the combine settings, the system can increase daily productivity by up to 20 per cent. For 2020 models, IntelliSense can manage barley crops and introduces an advanced mode to further enhance its capabilities.

“The Twin Rotor combines have showcased the ultimate in harvesting performance since their introduction 45 years ago,”

Miotto says. “Our team of engineers were ahead of their time. Since then, we have taken significant steps forward in the technology to continue to stay at the forefront. The 2020 models will continue that legacy with our highest-performing models to date”

Other important updates were introduced in the 2020 models. These models feature an optional Dynamic Feed Roll (DFR) Reverser, enabling the operator to clear DFR blockages from the cab, reducing downtime in the field. Also, include a redesigned clean grain elevator with up to 10 per cent more crop flow capacity and the Harvest Suite Ultra cab received a new automotive-inspired interior featuring a modern dark grey colour scheme with the addition of two USB ports and a new climate control panel.

“The 2020 model’s enhancements can be summarized as more productivity, more efficiency and more profit on the bottom line,”

Miotto says. “They have been designed to help New Holland operators get more grain in the bin and farmers a better return on their investments.”

New Holland will feature other innovative products at its booth, including the FR780 forage harvester, T8.380 tractor, P4580 air cart, WORKMASTER 25S sub-compact tractor and SP310F sprayer, among others.

Source: New Holland