Valtra will be showcased through its dealer network at this year’s Ploughing. Clarke Machinery will be on-site with a lineup of tractors across the three days.
A wide variety of tractors will be shown from the A, N and T series, with horsepowers ranging from 100hp to 250hp to suit all customers.
The latest A104 and its larger counterpart, the A114 tractor, were seen publicly for one of the first times at this year’s Lamma show in the UK. Both models are ideally suited to the stockman’s market. Powered by AGCO Power’s four-cylinder engine, the A104 churns out 100hp and is fitted with a 12 x 12 transmission as standard. HiTech4 models are fitted with the optional new 16 x 16R powershift transmission that features four ranges, with four powershift steps in each individual range. HiTech models are also fitted as standard with a higher level of specification, including a Control Grip lever for transmission control.
The Valtra A104 is fitted with an AGCO power's 100hp four cylinder engine.
Three different wheelbase options are available on the A-series models, smallest being a length of 2250mm fitted on the 75-95hp tractors, while the 120hp and 130hp models are equipped with the longest 2,500mm wheel base. The 100hp and 110hp models in-between are fitted with the M chassis, having a wheelbase of 2,430mm.
Valtra claims the six-post cab fitted on the A-series tractors provides unmatched visibility thanks to its design. It sees a curved windscreen with the option of a roof window, leaving better visibility for loader work. Improved worklights have been fitted to the A-series cab for better visibility when carrying out tasks in the dark. Two fuel tank options are available, 150l and 180l, depending on preference.
The A-series comes with over 5t of lifting power and a hydraulic flow of 100l/minute, which is more than capable of almost any farmyard application.
Clarke Machinery will be displaying the well-received 200hp T234 SmartTouch. Other members of the N and T series will also be at the stand, along with the Weidemann T4512 telehandler and the new K-Two Mark 6 12t dung spreader.