Case Combine Harvesters - Agricon Equipment Zimbabwe

Harvesting

FEEDING THE WORLD IS HARD. HARVESTING SHOULD BE EASY

Case IH Combine Harvesters are built to perform with the speed and efficiency that farmers demand for a successful harvest. With the Axial-Flow® range and a wide choice of headers, the Case IH harvesting range will consistently perform at high capacity with best quality output. Harvesting technology has always been designed with the operator in mind.

Axial-Flow 240 Series

3 MODELS FROM 498 TO 634 HP

Case IH Axial-Flow 240 series combines are high-performance specialists for European fields. Built for challenges associated with climate change, high-yielding crops and the need to become ever more efficient, Case IH Axial-Flow combines are changing the landscape of harvesting technology yet again. With their increased power and enhanced threshing technology, the new Axial-Flow models provide solutions for today’s and future challenges.

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Axial-Flow 140 Series

3 MODELS FROM 312 TO 449 HP

Case IH Axial-Flow 140 series combines are designed to meet the requirements of today’s demanding customers’ mid-sized arable operations. From professional farms to contract businesses and machinery syndicates, we have a machine to suit you all. Significant feature improvements of the new models include increased horsepower to Stage IV standards, increased performance, enhanced rotor design optimised for European threshing conditions in all crops – for gentle threshing and high throughput.

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Axial-Flow 230 Series

3 MODELS FROM 449 TO 571 HP

New Axial-Flow 7230, 8230 and 9230 combines are built for the biggest farms, the largest contracts, the highest yields and the most demanding owners and operators, aiming for lower operating costs. At their heart is the proven principle of Axial-Flow single rotor technology, and the benefits that it brings: thorough threshing, leading to lower losses, but with the gentlest of grain handling.

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Axial-Flow 130 Series

3 MODELS FROM 299 TO 415 HP

There’s no combine simpler or more comfortable to operate than the latest 130 series Axial-Flow®. The Axial-Flow® 5130, 6130 and 7130 combines are built to meet the demands of today’s mid-sized arable operations, from professional farms to progressive estates. At their heart is the proven principle of Axial-Flow® single rotor technology and the benefits that it brings: thorough threshing, leading to lower losses, but with the gentlest of grain handling.

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Headers

5 HEADERS TO HARVEST ANY CROP
Any combine is only as good as its header. To obtain high performance output from a combine, high capacity feeding is key, and there is no better match for a Case IH Axial-Flow® combine than a Case IH header designed to complement its capabilities and maximize its output potential. Our headers are designed to perform at their best in all conditions: for maximum productivity, perfect stubble height and no straw and ear losses, whatever the harvesting conditions may be.

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Cotton Pickers

3 MODELS FROM 275 TO 400 HP

Enjoy maximum return of your investment with industry-leading dual side picking system. Just one pass, and all the cotton on your fields will be harvested until the last flock. CASE IH Cotton Pickers have the highest capacity baskets in the market. Thanks to their patented compaction system, a complete filling of the basket and a cotton payload that is 25% higher than the baskets with similar volumes are achieved.

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Sugar Cane Harvester 8000 Series

2 MODELS WITH 353 HP
Case IH is a global reference in the sugar/alcohol sector. Case IH has more than 50 years of knowledge and experience in the sector, making it the leader in production and sales of equipment for mechanized sugarcane harvesting.

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Sugar Cane Harvester 4000 Series

1 MODEL WITH 176 HP

Case IH is a global reference in the sugar/alcohol sector. Case IH has more than 50 years of knowledge and experience in the sector, making it the leader in production and sales of equipment for mechanised sugarcane harvesting.

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