New Holland T5-105.

bluebell

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i have, had it about 5 years, got it not new but with about 190 hrs on it complete with stoll loader, been fairly pleased with it ? its not with out its faults but show me anything that isnt? but in terms of the cost and deal we got its not been bad, use it nearly every day, daily in the winter feeding, mucking out the cattle, if you have a loader then a weight box on back is a must, i picked up a exdemo concrete filled quick detach rear one from loaders r us in hereford
 

GAM

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Mixed Farmer
i have, had it about 5 years, got it not new but with about 190 hrs on it complete with stoll loader, been fairly pleased with it ? its not with out its faults but show me anything that isnt? but in terms of the cost and deal we got its not been bad, use it nearly every day, daily in the winter feeding, mucking out the cattle, if you have a loader then a weight box on back is a must, i picked up a exdemo concrete filled quick detach rear one from loaders r us in hereford
You say you have had it 5years and only done 190 hrs, yet you say you use it nearly everyday!
We will only use ours for haymaking, which will be about 50 hrs a year, and then moving the odd things here and there.. I know Dave from Loaders R Us.
 

quattro

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You say you have had it 5years and only done 190 hrs, yet you say you use it nearly everyday!
We will only use ours for haymaking, which will be about 50 hrs a year, and then moving the odd things here and there.. I know Dave from Loaders R Us.
It had 190 hrs when he got it
 

dave mountain

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Livestock Farmer
Anyone have or know anyone who has a New Holland T5-105, thoughts please.
know a few people who have/had them or the case farmall 105u, both were reliable and nothing particularly wrong with them, but the owners not massively happy as they both replaced much older and heavier tractors of the same power (ts115 and maxxum 5130), and the new ones cant really match the old ones, especially as they are mainly used for loader work. if you are used to a lighter tractor then i cant see a problem with them.
 

bluebell

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sorry i get a bit excited posting, hence the poor grammer? the newholland t105 came from ernest doe, ex demonstrator with about 190 hrs on it ? For the deal we had with them that included a new 2.2 metre bucket and mchale bale grab it suited us very well, paying the deal price on CNH credit over 3 years no interest put the icing on the cake ?
 

robs1

Member
We have a 30 month old t5,120, same tractor but a bit more grunt, apart from an oil leak it's been faultless, it has 1800 hours on the clock and has done 19000 kilometres (that's not a typo) it has a large quicke loader that was on a tm120, we have wheel weights on but still need to be sensible if carrying two 600 kg bags of fert, as you can tell we do a lot of road work delivering hay and straw to horse yards and hauling sh!t, its comfy and great in tight spaces
 

Horn&corn

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We have a 30 month old t5,120, same tractor but a bit more grunt, apart from an oil leak it's been faultless, it has 1800 hours on the clock and has done 19000 kilometres (that's not a typo) it has a large quicke loader that was on a tm120, we have wheel weights on but still need to be sensible if carrying two 600 kg bags of fert, as you can tell we do a lot of road work delivering hay and straw to horse yards and hauling sh!t, its comfy and great in tight spaces
I’m not sure they are the same tractor. We have a 110 and remember dealer running all through options couple of years ago. Think 105 is smaller and different transmission.
T5-110 been ok ish but t6 it replaced was better
 

Wellytrack

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Don’t begrudge you being able to indulge yourself in a new tractor @GAM

Best of luck, I hope she’s a nice one. (and before anyone interjects tractors are always gendered and are always female.)
 

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HSENI names new farm safety champions

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Written by William Kellett from Agriland

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The Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI) alongside the Farm Safety Partnership (FSP), has named new farm safety champions and commended the outstanding work on farm safety that has been carried out in the farming community in the last 20 years.

Two of these champions are Malcom Downey, retired principal inspector for the Agri/Food team in HSENI and Harry Sinclair, current chair of the Farm Safety Partnership and former president of the Ulster Farmers’ Union (UFU).

Improving farm safety is the key aim of HSENI’s and the FSP’s work and...
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