Perhaps you’ve seen a Case IH Tiger tillage implement hard at work in the field. After all, the series has been around since the late ’70s, and the Ecolo Tiger 875 is the eighth generation of this combination tillage implement. Each generation seeks to improve off the one before to better meet the needs of professional farmers, and with that this 875 model includes high-durability components and just about every tillage action you can name.
Rob Zemenchik, with Case IH, took RealAgriculture’s field editor Bern Tobin on a tour of the Ecolo Tiger 875 at this summer’s Farm Progress Show in Decatur, Illinois. Zemenchik works from the front of the machine to the back, highlighting where Case IH has upped the durability of points and discs, added hydraulic options, exclusive design structural aspects and more. Watch the video below for a tour.
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