Event report: NSW AgQuip Field Days

Australian and New Zealand visitors flocked to the New South Wales town of Gunnedah for the popular three-day AgQuip Field Days recently

This year’s event also celebrated the milestone of 50 years of history for the iconic Field Days and was helped along by sunny weather, big crowds, and a host of new releases among the machinery on display.

Exhibitors reported strong sales and enquiries across the board, while CNH Industrial brands Case IH and New Holland were among those to launch new products at AgQuip.

For Case IH, there was an Australian debut for the Farmall SubCompact tractor, which is aimed primarily at hobby farmers and is the smallest member of the Farmall range.

SenseSpray weed control technology, which came about after a collaboration between Case IH and Agtecnic, was shown for the first time.

The RB6 HD Pro Series round baler was also launched, while updates have been made to the Steiger tractor range.

New Holland customers were able to see the T4.120F tractor for the first time, along with the C362 compact track loader.


“It’s New Holland’s biggest track loader and it borrows a lot from the small dozers,” New Holland Construction product manager Jim Pike said during AgQuip.

“It’s somewhat of a hybrid between your traditional track loader and a small dozer.”

Another of the numerous other products on display around AgQuip was the popular Power Claw from New Zealand manufacturer Rata Equipment.

It was an exciting opportunity to view some of the newest and most popular machines on the market, as well as talk to manufacturers about upcoming releases.

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