Ploughing productivity

For centuries, farmers have relied on the plough for one of the most reliable methods of eradicating weeds. However, the advantages of ploughing are many fold, and include breaking through the capillary, combining crop residues and fertilizer and promoting the release of nutrients through mineralisation.

Low fuel consumption

Thanks to their efficient design, New Holland ploughs require up to 15% less draft effort compared to leading competitors.

Over 165 years of plough making experience

New Holland ploughs are produced in our dedicated factory in the town of Överum, Sweden. The Överum plant has been producing ploughs for over 165 years - and every plough produced benefits from this vast experience.



Efficient stone release system

New Holland offers two distinct types of stone release system: hydraulic and shear bolt. Featuring one of the highest release heights on the market, the system ensures that minimum pressure is transferred to the point during release, for smoother ploughing.

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Shear bolt stone release system

This system is ideal when working in less stony soils. The simple design results in a lower weight plough with a centre of gravity which is closer to the tractor – therefore reducing lift requirements. The shear bolts are manufactured from hardened steel and designed with a breaking force of 4,000kg. The hardened steel shears with a clean break, making it even easier to replace the bolts.

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Hydraulic stone release system

Ideal when working in stony soils, this efficient system has been designed to deliver non-stop ploughing. The hydraulic stone release pressure for first furrow plough body can be individually adjusted separate to the other plough body’s, – meaning the pressure can be set higher for the front furrow to keep it in the soil without exposing the plough or the tractor to higher loads. With adjustment between 950 – 1750kg for each plough body, the geometry of the release system delivers a large release height to ensure non-stop ploughing, even when encountering large stones when ploughing at depth.

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