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New Tractors Joins Genesis Line
Jim Patrico Progressive Farmer Senior Editor
Mon Sep 16, 2013 11:10 AM CDT

New Holland's venerable Genesis line of tractors is 20 years old and just added a new member. The Genesis T8 Series tractors will carry the family name and share its look.

The tractors are "more futuristic looking" than most, says Gary Wojcik, New Holland cash crop marketing segment leader. Indeed, the T8s have the same aggressive slanted eyes (headlights) of their siblings along with the forward-leaning look that defines the family.

Part of their appearance comes from the unique way Genesis tractors are sculpted to allow the front wheels to go around the cooling group when turning rather than behind ...

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