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New Holland was founded in 1895 in the Pennsylvania borough of the same name. Known for dependability, New Holland became famous for making a tractor that the owner could perform all the service and repairs themselves.
In 1986, Ford bought Sperry New Holland and formed Ford New Holland Inc. Before this acquisition, Ford had a long history in agricultural machinery production. In 1907, Ford came out with the prototype for the world’s first mass-produced, gasoline-powered tractor, named an ‘automobile plow’. Ten years later, this tractor went into actual production. It was renamed the Fordson Model F, and produced by a new business, Henry Ford & Son Company. In 1939, Ford introduced the 3 point hitch (three-point linkage) on the ‘N’ tractor Series, a very successful tractor family that made working on your own equipment mainstream. In the 1980s, Ford was one of the major players, and its tractor division had been responsible for a number of industry innovations, including the use of power hydraulics, rubber pneumatic tires, diesel engines, the 3-point hitch (The 3-point hitch was originally developed by Harry Ferguson, but was in wide use on Ford tractors).
Today New Holland is a part of Italy’s Fiat Industrial, producing for over 160 countries worldwide. New Holland has a long tradition for innovation, from the first freeze-proof engine toad advances in biofuel technology as well as the hydrogen-powered NH2 tractor.
New Holland Agriculture and New Holland Construction sell and service an innovative line of online agricultural and construction equipment and related service and repair manual, including a full line of tractor, hay and forage equipment, harvesting, crop production, skid steer and compact track loaders, compact wheel loaders, tractor loader backhoes and mini excavator. Sales, parts and service are provided by more than 1,000 New Holland dealers throughout North America. The most information on aby New Holland maintenance, repair, and service procedure can be found on an online New Holland PDF manual download.
New Holland is a brand of CNH Industrial N.V., a World leader in service and repair listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: CNHI) and on the Mercato Telematico Azionario of the Borsa Italiana (MI: CNHI).