Case optum 300

willy

Member
Mixed Farmer
Location
Rutland
Looking for a fairly big hp tractor but nimble enough to go on corn cart etc.

I have demoed it and ti be honest really liked it, but I have never had a case before, so what are people's findings...
 

Farmer_Joe

Member
Livestock Farmer
Location
The North
if you can manage with 265 bhp i would look at an mf 8s look very swish 10 tonne lift capacity too.

 

bluegreen

Member
Local outfit Glovers Agri Contractors near the Wissington beet factory here in Norfolk bought one 3 years ago and have just taken delivery of a second one. Im guessing they must have been suitably impressed by the first ones performance to have bought a second.
 

willy

Member
Mixed Farmer
Location
Rutland
Definatley need 300 on my 6m Claydon fully mounted.

Have to say I have never known a tractor pull like this one, the FPT engine is a beast and totally shocked me, also build quality was way better than I ever expected. Very pleanstly surprised.
 

Finn farmer

Member
The regional straw grinder man has Optums now. I guess they make a lot more sense than pounding tarmac long distances in a Magnum-sized machine when you can have the same or similar power in a handier frame. Listening to his at full chat all day grinding straw, it sounds immense. (y)
Just as our dealer told us when Optum came. It's for the people who want power close to Magnum but in a frame close to Puma. Optum had great visibility also. (y)
 

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