FRONT MOUNTED MOWERS Hay & Forage equipment

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Duradisc & Disccutter

The New Holland range of front mounted disc mowers is available in two variants. The DuraDisc™ F Non-conditioner mower and the DiscCutter™ F mower conditioner.

State-of-the-art manufacturing

Following key manufacturing principles, rigorous manufacturing and quality standards are upheld by a committed workforce, to deliver outstanding quality, durability and reliability.

A history of excellence

The New Holland brand has become synonymous with hay and forage excellence, an unbroken bloodline which stretches back more than a century.

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Front Mounted Mowers

DiscCutter™ F and DuraDisc™ F front mounted disc mowers

The New Holland range of front mounted disc mowers is available in two distinct variants. The DiscCutter™ F is a high performance mower conditioner, available in 3.11 and 3.52 metre options, and features advanced contour flotation technology, enabling it to follow the ground accurately for even mowing performance. The DuraDisc™ F mower is available in a 2.96 metre model and benefits from a pendulum floatation system, designed to always follow ground contours.


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State-of-the-art manufacturing

New Holland’s advanced and modern manufacturing centre in Kutno, Poland, is a Centre of Excellence for hay and forage equipment, with design, testing and manufacture all centred in this plant. Following key manufacturing principles, rigorous manufacturing and quality standards are upheld by a committed workforce, to deliver outstanding quality, durability and reliability.


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A history of excellence

The New Holland brand has become synonymous with hay and forage excellence, an unbroken bloodline which stretches back more than a century. It is fair to say, New Holland has changed the face of agriculture in this area with revolutionary breakthroughs including the first self-tying pickup baler in 1940, advances in mower technology with the first Haybine® mower conditioner in 1964 and its first self-propelled forage harvester in 1961, are all testament to an insatiable desire to move hay and forage activities forwards.


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