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.



A guide to choosing the right plough

New Holland has developed a range of ploughs to ensure that you can choose the right one for your operation. In order to enhance flexibility, New Holland uses a modular system which means modules are bolted and not welded to the frame. The below chart takes into account the two most important factors when selecting a plough: tractor power and the required number of furrows.

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Model numbering explained

New Holland’s plough model numbering system is designed to clearly indicate the range and specification of each individual unit. The first letter is always P on mounted reversible ploughs, and PS on semi-mounted reversible ploughs, followed by L, M, H or X, indicating Light, Medium, Heavy Duty or Extra Heavy Duty ranges*. If the plough has variable width adjustment, the feature is depicted by a V. The next number following the letters identifies the number of furrows. The model number ends with either an S or H, signifying Shear bolt or Hydraulic stone release systems. OL in the numbering highlights the On-Land capability of the plough.

*Semi-mounted ploughs PSH & PSHV are only available in Heavy Duty range.

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