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Abe Zimmerman started his agricultural equipment company in 1895 to help the farmers in and around New Holland, Pennsylvania. During the decades since then the company has been purchased and merged several times. The agricultural brands that have become part of the current company include New Holland®, Ford, Fiat, Trattori, and Claeys. It is a major player on the international agricultural landscape with a full selection of farm equipment and products. New Holland® was bought by Sperry in 1947. Sperry New Holland® acquired a controlling interest in Claeys in 1964. Ford bought the company in 1986, making it Ford New Holland®. The Fiat purchased it in 1991, making it Fiat New Holland®. And in 1999 Fiat, New Holland®, and Case Corporation all merged to become CNH. Today New Holland® Agriculture is a brand of CNH Industrial.

Abilene Machine offers a wide selection of Ford New Holland® quality replacement parts for your tractor, combine, forage harvester, headers, planters and drills, rims, skid steer, swather, balers, and sickle bar mowers.

Every piece of agriculture equipment eventually needs replacement parts to stay in top-notch working condition. Abilene Machine is proud to carry hundreds of affordable Ford New Holland® farm equipment parts and get them to you fast. Our line FarmTuff® ag replacement parts are made to meet all OEM specifications and requirements. Easily search our vast database from any page of our website using the search bar at the top of the page. If you already have a part number, SKU or OEM reference code, use our powerful advanced search page. You can also browse our selection of Ford New Holland® parts by the equipment types and categories listed on this page.

Your Source for Ford New Holland® Tractor Parts: Abilene Machine

The current line-up available from Ford New Holland® includes 23 different models of tractors and one telehandler (more commonly used in Europe). New Holland® has received a number of awards in recent years for its many innovations in tractors. Chief among them is the NH2 hydrogen-powered tractor. The hydrogen fuel is meant to be produced on the farm from available renewable sources such as wind, solar, and biomass. New Holland® is aiming for a true revolution in modern agriculture to help farms become self-reliant through energy independence.

Browse our selection of Ford New Holland® tractor parts here, search our database with the search bar at the top of every page, use our use our advanced search page if you already have a part number or OEM reference code, or always feel free to contact us – we’re happy to help ensure you get what you need!

Be Harvest-Ready with the Ford New Holland® Combine Parts You Need

Combine harvesters have been an important agricultural equipment offering from New Holland® for many decades. When Sperry bought New Holland® in 1947, the Sperry New Holland® company came out with its breakthrough hay harvesting technology called the haybine mower-conditioner. When Sperry New Holland® bought a major interest in Claeys, the latter company was already among the biggest combine manufacturers in Europe.

In 1975 Sperry New Holland® launched the first twin-rotor combine, a technology still used by many farmers today. Among the companies several patented technologies is the Opti-Fan system that automatically compensates for continuous uphill and downhill gradients in combines, which won Silver Medal at Agritechnica in 2009. In 2014 New Holland® came out with its CR10.90 combine, the biggest and most powerful on the market. It even set a world record by harvesting 797.7 tons of wheat in only eight hours in 2016.

New Holland® combines are manufactured in nine plants spread over six countries on four continents, including one each in Russia, India, Poland, Belgium, the United States, and Argentina, and another three plants in Brazil.

Ready to find the Ford New Holland® combine parts you need? Feel free to browse our listings here, or use the handy search bar at the top of every page of this website to quickly filter results from our ag parts database by make, model, equipment type, or category. Use our advanced search page if you already know an OEM reference code, SKU, or part number.

Need Ford New Holland® Swather Parts? They’re Here at Abilene Machine

If you were to visit the New Holland® Agriculture website and search for “swather” you won’t find anything at all. That’s a North American term for what the rest of the world calls a windrower. Ford New Holland® offers several different swathers and swather headers for optimal productivity when harvesting hay or small grain crops. Here you’ll find a fantastic selection of FarmTuff® replacement parts such as belts, pumps, compressors, sensors, knife guards, sickle assemblies, overhaul kits, and much more.

Browse our selection of Ford New Holland® swather parts here, or search for what you need using the search bar at top of every page of this website. You can also contact us – we’re always happy to help!

Ford New Holland Header® Parts for Maximum Harvesting Productivity

Ford New Holland® headers serve many a farmer for a variety of purposes. The company’s current lineup of headers includes direct cut auger heads, draper heads, pickup heads, and corn heads. Its Cornrower – Corn Stover Windrowing attachment to a corn header won an AE50 Award for Engineering Innovation in 2012 from ASABE (American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers).

You can browse our selection of nearly 200 ag replacement parts for New Holland® headers or search for what you need using the search bar at the top of any page of our site. It allows you to quickly filter our huge database of ag parts by make, model, equipment type, or category. If you have a part number, OEM reference code, or SKU, use our advanced search page. If you don’t see what you want or need assistance, don’t hesitate to contact us – we’re ready to help!

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