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 PXV OL range of ploughs

The New Holland range of heavy duty, fully mounted reversible PXV OL – On-Land – ploughs can operate either with the tractor in the furrow or on the unploughed ground, ideal for larger tractors running on wider tyres. When working in on-land configuration, the plough is perfectly balanced during turnover without any additional alignment movement – this makes the turnover process even quicker and easier.

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Converting ploughing modes

It is simply a case of shifting two lockers when operators wish to switch from in-furrow to on land operation.

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In-furrow operation

When working in-furrow mode, automatic alignment to the minimum working width occurs before the plough is turned. When the furrow width is changed, the plough automatically adjusts the front furrow accordingly.

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Safe transport

When transporting the plough in butterfly configuration, both the tractor and the plough are protected from shock loads which arise from encountering uneven road surfaces at speed. The weight of the plough is shared between the tractor lower link arms and the depth wheel when converted to transport configuration.

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