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 manyfold, 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.



The PX range of ploughs

The New Holland PX range of heavy duty ploughs have been engineered by design to deliver high performance no matter the depth, soil conditions or topography. Their sleek design, with minimal moving parts mean they keep going in even the most demanding conditions. Compatible with tractors of up to 360hp these ploughs are extendable for enhanced operating flexibility. The range is equipped with a quick coupling cross shaft that can be placed in four different positions.

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Adjustable working width

To enhance operational flexibility, the working width can be simply and easily adjusted in five steps.

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Efficient turning

The 180mm diameter pivot shaft, equipped with needle bearings, dissipates the turning force over a wide area, reducing individual stress points. A hydraulic alignment ram automatically straightens the plough behind the tractor to provide a gentle turning action once the plough is back in the working position – further minimising the strain on the tractor.

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Plough alignment

The PX range is available with the hydraulic plough alignment system as standard.

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First furrow adjustment

The first furrow adjustment mechanism ensures that the ploughing rows match up on the return pass. This prevents both ridges and drops in the field – facilitating secondary cultivation activities.

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