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Case IH has developed an advanced auto guidance feature called AccuTurn, which automatically controls the tractor's headland turn process.

The new feature gives operators two settings, "automatic" and "turn now", both of which allow operators to customize the level of automation. It also has pass-to-pass capabilities and can be set up to skip a pass.

AccuTurn will be an available option on Case IH's Steiger, Magnum, Optum, Puma and Maxxum tractors equipped with an AFS 262/372 receiver, NAV II/NAV III controller and AFS Pro 700 display.

Click here to read the full press release from Case IH.

 

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