New combine to debut at RHS

  • The Royal Highland Show will be the first event in the UK that visitors can see the new Fendt Corus 500 straw walker combine harvester

The entry level model sits in the up to 260 horsepower segment and the range includes nine five-straw walker models with working widths up to 7.6 metres.

“Scotland has always been an important market for our combines so it is fitting that the first opportunity for operators to see the new model will be at this years’ Royal Highland Show,” says Fendt’s Richard Miller.

The Corus range offers power outputs of 185-260 horsepower from a 4- or 6-cylinder engine, with all models benefiting from a new electro-hydrostatic drive. The new machines feature an ergonomic joystick connected to the armrest, panoramic windscreen, and an onboard computer with two optional cameras for an improved view.

“We are looking forward to welcoming customers old and new to see this machine and many others on our stand. This year we will also have the latest Rogator 600 MY23, Cargo T740 loader with its elevating cab, and a variety of tractors including the new 728 Gen 7 which was launched earlier this year,” he adds.

The latest 728 Vario Gen 7 tractor will be on show in Scotland for the first time. Further tractors, including the latest 900 and 300 Vario will also be on the stand to demonstrate Fendt’s strength in depth.

“The new Gen 7 700 series tractors are available for pre-order and demand is already proving encouraging. We are excited to bring the 728 Vario to Scotland to offer operators a chance to see it firsthand and speak to our product specialists about how it can drive efficiencies on their farm,” he says.

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