First showing of new tractor

  • Cereals 2024 will be the first chance to see the new Fendt 600 Vario
  • The Fendt stand will include the 620 Profi+, the Gen7 728 Vario, IDEAL combine and the latest Rogator MY24 self-propelled sprayer

“It has been a busy couple of years at Fendt, with many new model launches, and it is great to have these models at Cereals for visitors to see working,” says Fendt’s Ed Dennett.

The top model Fendt 620 Profi+ offers 209hp from its 4-cylinder 5 litre AGCO Power CORE50 engine that also features a DynamicPerformance system that can provide an additional 15hp regardless of forward speed.

“This tractor is a superb all-rounder that can be used for towing heavy loads, carrying front tanks, or operating heavy mounted implements. It can reach a top speed of 50 km/h at 1,250 rpm and offers 950 Nm from 1,200 rpm to 1,600 rpm. It is also very manoeuvrable, providing a turning circle of just 10.2 metres,” adds Mr Dennett.

VarioGrip, Fendt’s onboard central tyre inflation system (CTIS), is available on all tractors from the 600 Vario to the 1000 series. Following this year’s wet conditions, Fendt is advocating the gains that can be made by adjusting tyre pressures to protect soil health whilst reducing fuel consumption.

“The FETF grants can be used to specify this technology on new tractors which will help operators reduce soil compaction, improve operational efficiencies and driver comfort,” says Mr Dennett.

The Cereals ‘Syngenta Sprays and Spraying Arena’ demonstrations will feature the new MY24 Rogator 600. The latest model comes with two ride heights and can be specified with various boom widths and axle configurations. It also has improved nozzles, plumbing and tank cleaning to reduce maintenance and make life easier for operators.

“This latest model is about driving efficiencies to save operators time and money without compromising on accuracy and output,” says Mr Dennett.

A fixture at Cereals, Fendt’s latest IDEAL combine will be on show. With four models in the range ranging from 476hp to 790hp, the IDEAL offers joystick steering, three key harvesting strategies that enable the machine to minimise breakages, minimise grain loss or optimise grain purity, and a choice of 2 grain tanks; the Streamer 210 with a 17,100 litre capacity and a 210 l/s unload rate, or the Streamer 140 with 12,500 litre and 140 l/s.

Fendt’s Gen7 728 tractor will be on show alongside the latest 1290 large square baler. The 303hp 728 was first shown at LAMMA 2023 and has since won a prestigious DLG PowerMix test.

“The 728 has the best combination of power and economy. A great all-rounder, it has the perfect balance of power and economy. We look forward to seeing visitors to the show and helping them to experience how the Fendt range can support their farming ambitions,” concludes Mr Dennett.

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