Could your operation benefit from the new WD3 series windrowers, making the drive easier and the field work faster?

The redesigned WD3 series windrowers come equipped with an industry-first: an autoguidance system managed through the Case IH AFS Pro 700 control center.

In this video, Brett Devries highlights some new features on the WD3 series, which debuted at the 2013 Farm Progress Show.

The new WD3 series relies on the AFS Pro 700 autoguidance system, making operation easier with improved drivability.

As one of the hardest pieces of equipment to drive, the factory-installed autoguidance system makes windrower operation easier with improved drivability in the field and impressive steering responsiveness on the road.
After doing dynamic stability testing, Case IH engineers have adjusted the weight balance and added a dampening feature that prevents oversteering. The WD3 series also leads the industry with the ability to now top out at 24 mph road speed. Operators can cover their fields quickly and get more done before calling it a day.
Want to learn more about the WD3 series? Visit the Case IH website or find more information through your local dealer.