The NEW 8280 TTV


The new 8280 TTV, made in the DEUTZ-FAHR Land in Lauingen, Germany, represents the most advanced technology “Made in Germany”. Designed and developed for the most demanding farming applications, the new machine completes the high power range of the German manufacturer, concentrating on the new technologies at the farmer’s service: dynamic power, connectivity, comfort and reliability.

Deutz-Fahr launches 287hp 8280 TTV


The 6.1-litre twin-turbo Deutz six-cylinder Stage V (SCR/DPF) engine in the 8280 TTV delivers a maximum power and torque of 287hp and 1226Nm respectively.

Deutz-Fahr 5100 Making all the Right Moves


Featuring a four cylinder, 100hp Deutz engine, that in turn, is mated to a wet clutch/powershift transmission with 45 forward and 45 reverse speeds, the nimble tractor is narrower than the Japanese tractor it replaced and features a 60 degree turning angle, making it more manoeuvrable and earning its keep powering a sprayer, fertiliser spreader and a heavy-duty three metre mulcher that deals with prunings.

How did we ever manage without GPS


It wasn't many years ago that farmers would ask, 'Why do I need a GPS system?' Today the question is much more likely to be, 'Why would you bother buying a tractor that is not fitted with GPS?'

Deutz-Fahr among the leeks


The Leek Division, based in Hastings, now covers 14ha and produces 1.2 million leeks annually, for export to the Japanese market. A key part of the operation falls to a Deutz-Fahr 5105.G tractor that arrived on the farm nine months ago and quickly become a firm favourite with the team.

Deutz definitely makes the grade


In the 38 years Doug Haigh has owned and developed his coastal Taranaki dairy farm he has learnt a thing or two about finding machinery that is up to the task. He reckons he has found tractors that definitely make the grade; his two 5 series Deutz-Fahr tractors.