New Holland offering a contest which has lucrative machinery prizes
Globe Newswire New Holland, a leading agricultural and construction equipment manufacturer, launched The Great New Holland Haytools Giveaway celebrating New Holland’s 125-year anniversary coming up in 2020. With prizes valued at more than $400,000 USD and featuring five cutting-edge haytools, this will be one of the biggest haytools giveaways ever.
Five winners will be selected to win one of five New Holland haytools in the contest including: a special-edition Blue Power T6.180 Dynamic Command Transmission tractor with 855LA loader (Approx. retail value (ARV): $190,285 USD, $250,490 CAD), Discbine® 313 disc mower-conditioner (ARV: $47,000 USD, $61,855 CAD), Rolabar® 230 rake (ARV: $44,694 USD, $58,895 CAD), Roll-Belt™ 560 Specialty Crop Plus round baler (ARV: $69,300 USD, $91,185 CAD), or a special-edition blue L228 skid steer loader with bale grapple (ARV: $64,049 USD, $84,525 CAD).
“We have a rich history of providing solutions to hay and forage growers. As a celebration of 125 years of New Holland and our dedication to hay and forage operations, we’re thrilled to be strengthening that commitment and announcing the largest giveaway in our history,” says Brett Davis, Vice President, New Holland, North America.
Running from August 27, 2019 to March 1, 2020 in the U.S. and Canada, the promotion will select five grand prize winners, one per piece of equipment, and award smaller prizes throughout the contest, including farm toys, parts gifts and merchandise. Only commercial farmers over the age of 21, who own at least 50 head of dairy or beef cattle or harvested at least 100 acres of hay during the 2019 calendar year, are eligible to participate.
“Haymaking is a pivotal part of any livestock operation, and we’re proud to support better nutrition, efficiency and ROI through these equipment solutions,” Davis says. “Our innovations in this category are focused on the success of the beef, dairy and commercial hay producers we serve, from denser bales for better nutrition to more efficient equipment with greater uptime.”