What’s your new model swag? - The Combine Forum
View Poll Results: Significant new model by Jan 1st, 2020
AGCO 25 28.09%
CIH 16 17.98%
Claas 27 30.34%
Deere 32 35.96%
NH 8 8.99%
Versatile 4 4.49%
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What’s your new model swag?

With just 54 weeks to the next decade let’s have a poll!
Which combine (header in Oz) manufacturer do you think is most likely to have a significantly new model out by Jan 1st, 2020?
Multiple votes are allowed.
Listed alphabetically.

Interestingly, if nothing happens in the next 54 weeks Agco votes win, hence the inclusion of Agco. Since we’re not sure what they will call their new machine but it is looking like Fendt. I guess Gleaner would also fly under Agco.
Also, could get into a “what does significant mean” discussion.
No question Agco makes that cut.


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My guess is that Claas will introduce a new machine fall of 2019 and deere will be either fall of 2019 or 2020

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The new Fendt definitely will put pressure the other manufactures. With the current price of new machines you wander how big the market will be for new combines going forward.
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How come there is no Versatile in your poll????!!!!!

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How come there is no Versatile in your poll????!!!!!
Sorry, oversight.
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Doesn’t alphabetically upset the poll, lol.
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I don't think it will upset the poll in any way!! lol


I don't see a lot of changes in the next year, maybe some tweaks here or there, but nothing too major. I voted for Agco with the Fendt?? as it seems to be the only thing with any real light being shed on it. Will it take off? I have my doubts. Not because of the machine itself, but the marketing of it.

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By 2020 combines will be 700k, who will be able to afford one?
Tractor - $500,000
Drill - $550,000
Sprayer - $600,000
Combine - $700,000

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By 2020 combines will be 700k, who will be able to afford one?
Tractor - $500,000
Drill - $550,000
Sprayer - $600,000
Combine - $700,000

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Sorry to tell you, but pretty sure you can spend $700,000 on a combine now !!


Maybe DOT should be on the list. Suppose to be in the field seeding this spring, should be a combine soon !

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820 for a Fendt T9 now. Cash.
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Sorry to tell you, but pretty sure you can spend $700,000 on a combine now !!


Maybe DOT should be on the list. Suppose to be in the field seeding this spring, should be a combine soon !
Lol, yes you are likely correct!!
Come to think of it, JD track is in that $750k range, Case not far behind I’m sure.

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