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Agricultural Review | December 14, 2017

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The new Case IH Farmall® C tractors

The new Case IH Farmall® C tractors


RACINE, Wis. — From the feedlot to the pasture, the new Case IH Farmall® C tractors reliably and cost-effectively deliver the power and performance utility tractor owners expect, all in a superior interior environment. Three new utility powerhouses meet the demand for rugged, yet comfortable and easy-to-operate, equipment to get day-to-day jobs done:

• Farmall 85C with 75 PTO HP
• Farmall 95C with 85 PTO HP
• Farmall 105C with 95 PTO HP

“These versatile utility models are ready to meet any challenge on your ever- growing task list during longer work days, whether you are mixing feed or baling hay,” says Greg Lucey, Case IH Farmall Tractors Marketing Manager. “These tractors also meet emissions standards with Tier 4A engines.”


Tough at heart with updated clean-diesel technology, the new Farmall C models use Tier 4A-compliant Case IH FPT 4-cylinder 3.4-L turbocharged and intercooled engines. Precise electronic metering of fuel delivered with electronic high-pressure common-rail fuel injection provides a more efficient combustion process. This means improved efficiency, extended engine life and improved cold-engine starting. But most importantly, it provides efficient power. “This unique fuel injection system provides greater fuel savings, all while maintaining high horsepower levels,” says Lucey.

Glow plugs warm the engine prior to a cold-weather start, eliminating the need to use ether for more reliable starting in freezing temperatures.

Proven 12-speed forward, 12-speed reverse transmissions are designed with operator productivity in mind. The three Farmall C units use a synchronized, mechanical shuttle, wet- or dry-clutch transmission. If the application demands it, upgraded transmission options are available.


The newly designed Farmall cab goes a step above the rest to make the operator’s day better and more productive with more user-friendly controls and features. Reworked internal control ergonomics provide best-in-class productivity and minimize operator fatigue:
• Easy-to-read instrument cluster tilts with the steering column
• Integrated position for loader joystick
• Remote valves in a more accessible position\

With the optional high-visibility roof panel, visibility to the loader and other attachments is unmatched among tractors in this class. The optional instructor seat comfortably allows two adults to be in the cab together. No other tractor provides such easy access to the driver’s seat, which can be upgraded to air suspension with a 15-degree swivel to make repetitive tasks less monotonous.

The new climate control system revolutionizes in-cab comfort. The improved HVAC system, which is now in the flat-deck floor instead of in the roof, has 10 adjustable vents providing superior control during those long days that are hot, cold or dusty.
For operators who prefer a wide-open platform with zero obstructions, the Farmall C models are also available in ROPs configurations.


These new models provide versatile performance without sacrificing value. Owners can choose between standard factory-installed regular or heavy-duty loaders with either non-self-leveling or mechanical self-leveling 72- or 84-inch Skid Steer style buckets. A standard grille guard is included for added protection. The Farmall C is also available in ROPS/cab and 4WD/2WD configurations.

Tackle loads with the standard 12.5-gpm hydraulic pump. If more flow is needed, upgrade to 16.9 gpm. Up to two rear remotes offer quick connections for a variety of functions requiring hydraulics.

“The new Farmall C tractors are your powerful, tough, versatile and comfortable companions ready to handle any chore – all day long,” says Lucey. “With 90 years of Farmall tradition under our belt, these tractors raise the bar of excellence and will keep you coming back for more.”

Case IH is a global leader in agricultural equipment, committed to collaborating with its customers to develop the most powerful, productive, reliable equipment – designed to meet today’s agricultural challenges. Challenges like feeding an expanding global population on less land, meeting ever-changing government regulations and managing input costs. With headquarters in the United States, Case IH has a network of dealers and distributors that operates in over 160 countries. Case IH provides agricultural equipment systems, flexible financial service offerings and parts and service support for professional farmers and commercial operators through a dedicated network of professional dealers and distributors. Productivity enhancing products include tractors; combines and harvesters; hay and forage equipment; tillage tools; planting and seeding systems; sprayers and applicators; site-specific farming tools and utility vehicles. Case IH is a brand of CNH (NYSE: CNH), a majority-owned subsidiary of Fiat Industrial S.p.A. (FI.MI).

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  1. Tommy L Clouse

    You say this is a dependable tractor that is a lie it is not. We own one of these it hasbroken down 10 times since we bought it and thank goodness we have 1 more year and the junk will be paid for. The people we bought it from the wheels in front have literally almost feel off due to big bolts breaking off. The only thing they say that the front end is not big enough and they can’t fix it. But yet our warranty insurance from the place we bought it will run out end of this mouth. I’m 74 and this was my dream to own a cab tractor like this but not it’s become a disaster. I’ve pleaded with them to at leaswt extend the warranty but they refuse and if they do it would cause me a huge deductible and I mean huge. To bad their is not a lemon law on tractors! I FEEL LIKE I’M GETTING THE SHAFT ON THIS TRACTOR. They even told me teir are board members that they have to deal with and their hands are tied and this is coming from H&R Agri-Power in Hopkinsville, Ky where we bought it!

  2. Chuck Stevens

    I purchased a Farmall 85c with hydraulic shuttle , shifted fine cold but when she warmed up would about throw you out of your seat. The dealer treated me right and got me into a 90c with 24×24 electro shuttle with 3 different aggressive settings 2 suck and middle setting is ok but this one is now starting to shift hard also , I would not mind so much but it is my loader tractor. Very unhappy with this tractor and expect more from case. I have two Massey – ferguson tractors 5610 and 4609 , for the money Massey has a better product compared to the Farmall C series tractors.

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