Timeline
Models: | A | HHC 50 | CA | CB | CBK | 120 | 180 | 260 | 320 | 430 | 340 | 435 | 437 | 440 | 640 | 470 | 647 | 8400 | 8240 | 8370/8380 | 8540 | 8250 | 250 | 280 | 254 | 284 | 2100 | STS 12 | 284XP | STS10 | 2101 | STS16 | DTS8 | DTS10

Model A
Model A
(top)  1948
FRAME:
Adapted detasseler "T" frame three wheeler
TANKS:
One [ Steel tank ]
CAPACITY:
100 gal.
ENGINE:
8.5 hp air cooled Wisconsin
DRIVE:
Mechanical (Single front wheel)
BOOMS:
6 row (40 inch rows)
With similar mechanical components to the original model, the frame was redesigned as a triangle or "A frame." The solution tank evolved to a thinner unit of welded construction (still 100 gallons), and a new spring-loaded lift arm system was developed.
Model HHC 50
Model HHC 50
(top)  1950
FRAME:
"T" frame three wheeler
TANKS:
One [ Steel ]
CAPACITY:
100 gal.
ENGINE:
8.5 hp air cooled Wisconsin
DRIVE:
Mechanical (Single front wheel)
BOOMS:
6 row (40 inch rows)
Frame design returned to the "T frame" style and like the Model A’s, the lift arm system on the HHC 50 allowed the operator to adjust the boom’s height with a hand crank and cable system. Booms grew to cover two more 40 inch rows (eight total). The HHC 50 is shown here with the optional duster system.
Model CA
Model CA
(top)  1953
FRAME:
"T" frame three wheeler
TANKS:
One [ Steel ]
CAPACITY:
100 gal.
ENGINE:
8.5 hp air cooled Wisconsin
DRIVE:
Mechanical (Single front wheel)
BOOMS:
8 row (40 inch rows)
Very similar to the HHC 50, the CA is shown here with option personnel carrier attachments for detasseling. Unlike other models available the same year, a starter-generator was not available on this unit. Boom extensions could be added to cover 10 rows total.
Model CB
Model CB
(top)  1953
FRAME:
"T" frame three wheeler
TANKS:
One [ Steel ]
CAPACITY:
185 gal.
ENGINE:
18 hp air-cooled Wisconsin
DRIVE:
Mechanical (Single front wheel)
BOOMS:
8 or 10 row (40 inch rows)
For the first time, not only was there the choice of more than one model, some of the models available included higher horsepower and larger solution capacity. The CB was outfitted with an 18 hp air-cooled Wisconsin engine and a solution tank that would carry 185 gallons. With this new engine came the option of a starter-generator for the first time.
Model CBK
Model CBK
(top)  1953
FRAME:
"T" frame three wheeler
TANKS:
One [ Steel ]
CAPACITY:
185 gal.
ENGINE:
24 hp air-cooled Wisconsin
DRIVE:
Mechanical (Single front wheel)
BOOMS:
8 or 10 row (40 inch rows)
Very similar to the CB, the CBK offered a 24 hp Kohler engine.
Model 120
Model 120
(top)  1958
FRAME:
"T" frame three wheeler
TANKS:
One [ Steel ]
CAPACITY:
110 gal.
ENGINE:
12 hp air-cooled Kohler or Wisconsin
DRIVE:
Mechanical (Single front wheel)
BOOMS:
8 or 10 row (40 inch rows)
Evolved from the CA, the 120 was powered by a 12 hp Kohler or Wisconsin engine and was still not available with a starter-generator. The solution tank was rounded at the top and capacity increased to 110 gallons. The manually adjusted boom received an improved lift arm system.
Model 180
Model 180
(top)  1958
FRAME:
"T" frame three wheeler
TANKS:
One [ Steel ]
CAPACITY:
205 gal.
ENGINE:
18 hp air-cooled Wisconsin
DRIVE:
Mechanical (Single front wheel)
BOOMS:
8 or 10 row (40 inch rows)
Evolved from the CB, the 180 used the same engine, but increased solution capacity to a whopping 205 gallons. The optional starter-generator on the CB eventually became standard equipment on the 180.
Model 260
Model 260
(top)  1958
FRAME:
"T" frame three wheeler
TANKS:
One [ Steel ]
CAPACITY:
205 gal.
ENGINE:
24 hp Kohler
DRIVE:
Mechanical (Single front wheel)
BOOMS:
8 or 10 row (40 inch rows)
Evolved from the CBK with the 24 hp Kohler engine, the 260 used the new 205 gallon tank and received a new slightly larger front wheel.
Model 320
Model 320
(top)  1959
FRAME:
"T" frame three wheeler
TANKS:
One [ Steel ]
CAPACITY:
205 gal.
ENGINE:
30 hp air-cooled Wisconsin VH-4
DRIVE:
Mechanical (Single front wheel)
BOOMS:
8 or 10 row (40 inch rows)
Similar to the 260, the 320 received a major boost in horsepower with a 30 hp V-4 Wisconsin air-cooled engine.
Model 430
Model 430
(top)  1960
FRAME:
Terra-Hug (multi-pivot bolster)
TANKS:
One [ steel-stainless steel optional ]
CAPACITY:
285 gal.
ENGINE:
30 hp air-cooled Wisconsin VH-4
DRIVE:
Mechanical (Single front wheel)
BOOMS:
8, 10 or 12 row (40 inch rows)
This was Hagie’s first offer of a rear wheel drive machine with four wheels which increased stability. Ground contact was ensured by a patented multi-pivot frame called the Terra-Hug — a "walking" frame Hagie developed over 40 years ago (a technology which is currently being used by other manufacturers today). Booms grew to cover 12 40-inch rows (40 feet) and for the first time had the option to be mounted on the front of the machine. Booms also were equipped with spring-centered breakaway features. Solution capacity also grew to a new standard of 285 gallons with an option for the first time of stainless steel. The well-suited, air-cooled Wisconsin VH-4 30 hp engine continued in the Hagie line. Also released that same year were sister machines, the 432 and 432-W — models that were very similar to the 430 with different widths, wheel bases or tires sizes.
Model 340
Model 340
(top)  1960
FRAME:
Three wheeled companion to 430
TANKS:
One [ steel-stainless steel optional ]
CAPACITY:
285 gal.
ENGINE:
30 hp air-cooled Wisconsin VH-4
DRIVE:
Mechanical (rear wheel drivel)
BOOMS:
8, 10 or 12 row (40 inch rows)
Available that same year was a three wheel version of the 430 named the 340. Nearly identical to the 430 and still rear wheel drive, the 340 had just one single steering wheel in front. Unique to a design like this was an improved turning radius of only six feet. This unit was specially designed to be used where short turning or turning out of irrigation ditches was a requirement.
Model 435
Model 435
(top)  1965
FRAME:
Terra-Hug (multi-pivot bolster)
TANKS:
One [ stainless steel ]
CAPACITY:
285 gal.
ENGINE:
30 hp air-cooled Wisconsin VH-4
DRIVE:
Mechanical (rear wheel drivel)
BOOMS:
40 ft.
With some minor changes, the 435 retained the solution capacity, Terra-Hug frame and power train of its predecessor, the 430. Operators gained more control with hydraulic boom controls and power steering. While still the 30 hp Wisconsin, the engine was moved to the rear for increased traction and more even weight distribution.
Model 437
Model 437
(top)  1967
FRAME:
Terra-Hug [ multi-pivot bolster ]
TANKS:
One [ stainless steel ]
CAPACITY:
285 gal.
ENGINE:
30 hp air-cooled Wisconsin VH-4
DRIVE:
Mech-2wd [ opt. front power assist ]
BOOMS:
40 ft.
Although it incorporated many new engineering changes, the 437 looked cosmetically very similar to the 435. Among these changes included the first offering of optional hydrostatic front power assist.
Model 440
Model 440
(top)  1968
FRAME:
Rigid frame with Hydra-Hug suspension
TANKS:
Two [ stainless steel ]
CAPACITY:
420 gal.
ENGINE:
80 hp Chrysler slant - 6
DRIVE:
Hydrostatic - 2WD
BOOMS:
50 ft.
A unit of many firsts, the 440 began a new era for Hagie Manufacturing. Hydrostatic drive was introduced, eliminating the need for mechanical devices such as sprockets or shafts. This improved control of field speeds for accurate application. The engine grew to an impressive 80 hp in the form of a Chrysler slant-6. Solution capacity grew to 420 gallons from the use of dual tanks (a trademark which defined Hagie for the next 30-plus years). The 440 forwent the Terra-Hug frame and utilized a rigid frame which highlighted Hagie’s newly patented (and still prevalent) Hydra-Hug suspension — a front end consisting of hydraulically-interconnected, telescoping legs. Booms grew to 50 feet and for the first time a cab was offered as an option on a Hagie sprayer.
Model 640
Model 640
(top)  1973
FRAME:
Rigid frame with Hydra-Hug suspension
TANKS:
Two [ stainless steel with optional 3rd belly tank ]
CAPACITY:
440 gal. (belly tank - 420 gal.)
ENGINE:
80 hp Chrysler slant - 6
DRIVE:
Hydrostatic - 2WD
BOOMS:
50 ft.
The dual solution tanks expanded to 220 gallons each with the option for addition of a third "belly" tank of 420 gallons for a total of 860 gallons, making this the first high-capacity unit available by Hagie. This was the first unit by Hagie to offer an air conditioning system. Four-wheel drive (not just front wheel assist) was available for the first time. With similar drive train components as the 440, the 640 was the first and only Hagie unit with dual wheels as an option.
Model 470
Model 470
(top)  1974
FRAME:
Terra-Hug (multi-pivot bolster)
TANKS:
One [ stainless steel ]
CAPACITY:
285 gal.
ENGINE:
Perkins 4 cylinder diesel
DRIVE:
Hydrostatic-2WD (optional 4WD)
BOOMS:
50 ft.
With a Terra-Hug frame, the 470 returned to the concept of the single, "under belly" solution tank with 285 gallons of capacity. Engine combinations fluctuated throughout the existence of the 470 to include a V-4 English Ford, a four cylinder Pinto engine and eventually a Perkins four cylinder diesel. Four-wheel drive was an option to compliment any of these engines.
Model 647
Model 647
(top)  1977
FRAME:
Rigid frame with Hydra-Hug suspension
TANKS:
Two [ stainless steel ]
CAPACITY:
600 gal.
ENGINE:
Perkins 6 cylinder diesel
DRIVE:
Hydrostatic-2WD (optional 4WD)
BOOMS:
50 ft. (then later 60ft.)
An extremely popular unit for the company, the 647 continued the Hydra-Hug and dual tank design and increased total solution capacity to 600 gallons. Power also grew, with many machines going out the door with the four-wheel drive option powered by a beefier six cylinder Perkins diesel. The 647 eventually transformed into the 647-S which also shifted the color scheme of Hagie from red and white to beige and chocolate brown. Color was not the only change though — booms grew to a healthy 60 feet and another model, the 647-SX, offered an increase of tread width to 120 inches. This was also the last Hagie model to offer rear mounting of booms.
Model 8400
Model 8400
(top)  1980
FRAME:
Terra-Hug (multi-pivot bolster)
TANKS:
Two [ stainless steel ]
CAPACITY:
400 gal.
ENGINE:
Perkins 4 cylinder diesel
DRIVE:
Hydrostatic - 4WD
BOOMS:
60 ft.
The marketing campaign of the 8400 was "The New Look for the 80’s." This comment held true for the most of the 80’s and more — over two decades to be precise. The front-mount only boom, dual tanks, four-wheel drive and standard diesel engine were recognizable traits for many years to come. Stainless steel tanks carried a total of 400 gallons of solution under the newly redesigned Terra-Hug frame. The 8400 also introduced an improved leg design that positioned the leg on an angle that is still used today, and hydraulically assisted tread adjustment was available for the first time on a Hagie sprayer.
Model 8240
Model 8240
(top)  1982
FRAME:
Terra-Hug (multi-pivot bolster)
TANKS:
Two [ poly-stainless steel optional ]
CAPACITY:
400 gal.
ENGINE:
Perkins 4 cylinder diesel
DRIVE:
Hydrostatic-2WD (optional 4WD)
BOOMS:
60 ft.
In the midst of the farming crisis of the early 80’s, the 8240 was engineered with a design in mind to keep costs down to make it still affordable to an industry that was financially devastated. The unit rolled on the recently redesigned Terra-Hug frame powered by a Chrysler 318 gas V-8, and to keep final costs down the cab was reserved as an option only. New for Hagie was polyethylene solution tanks with jet agitation (round tanks in photo eventually stretched to an oval). Options included diesel engine, four-wheel drive, stainless steel solution tanks with mechanical agitation and a cab or canopy.
Model 8370/8380
Model 8370/8380
(top)  1983
FRAME:
Rigid frame with Hydra-Hug suspension
TANKS:
Two [ stainless steel ]
CAPACITY:
700 gal.
ENGINE:
Perkins 6 cylinder diesel
DRIVE:
Hydrostatic-selectable 2WD or 4WD
BOOMS:
60 ft.
With the agricultural outlook improving on the horizon, Hagie introduced another one of its very strong benchmark units — the 8370. The 8380 was introduced simultaneously and was the better known of the two siblings simply being a wider tread version of the 8370. Both units featured the sturdy Hydra-Hug suspension, 700 total gallons of solution in stainless steel tanks and Perkins six cylinder diesel engine with selectable two- or four-wheel drive.
Model 8540
Model 8540
(top)  1985
FRAME:
Terra-Hug (rear-pivot bolster)
TANKS:
Two [ poly ]
CAPACITY:
400 gal.
ENGINE:
Chrysler 2.5 liter 4 cylinder gas
DRIVE:
Hydrostatic-2WD (front wheel drive)
BOOMS:
60 ft.
Offered as a "no frills" option to the 8250, the 8540 was designed to appeal to those who hadn’t financially recovered fully from the early 80’s. No cab (and no options to speak of) kept the purchase price of this unit down. It was two-wheel drive only (front wheel drive to be precise) with power coming from an economical Chrysler 2.5 liter gas four cylinder. The 200 gallon poly solution tanks that were introduced on the 8240 made their way onto the 8540. The 8240 frame was of the familiar Terra-Hug persuasion, but unique to the 8240 was the fact that the bolster pivot was in the rear instead of the front.
Model 8250
Model 8250
(top)  1985
FRAME:
Terra-Hug (front-pivot bolster)
TANKS:
Two [ poly-stainless steel optional ]
CAPACITY:
500 gal.
ENGINE:
Perkins 4 cylinder diesel
DRIVE:
Hydrostatic-2WD (optional 4WD)
BOOMS:
60 ft.
Another strong runner out of the Hagie stable, the 8250 sold many units in the mid 80’s, signaling a beginning of a rebound in the economy. The 8250 carried dual poly tanks (250 gallons each) under the Terra-Hug frame. Powered by a Chrysler 318 gas V-8, or optional diesel engine, the 8250 had selectable two- or four-wheel drive.
Model 250
Model 250
(top)  1990
FRAME:
Terra-Hug (front-pivot bolster)
TANKS:
Two [ poly-stainless steel optional ]
CAPACITY:
500 gal.
ENGINE:
Cummins 105 hp 4 cylinder diesel
DRIVE:
Hydrostatic-2WD (optional 4WD)
BOOMS:
60 ft.
Powered by an economical four cylinder Cummins diesel or Chrysler 318 gas V-8, it carried 500 gallons of solution on the Terra-Hug frame. The 250 complemented its big brother (the 280) as a lower cost, lower powered, lower capacity, but very dependable unit. It came with two-wheel drive as standard but could be ordered with optional four-wheel drive.
Model 280
Model 280
(top)  1990
FRAME:
Rigid frame with Hydra-Hug suspension
TANKS:
Two [ poly-stainless steel optional ]
CAPACITY:
800 gal.
ENGINE:
Onan 109 hp 6 cylinder diesel, then Cummins 120 hp 6 cylinder diesel
DRIVE:
Hydrostatic-selectable 2WD or 4WD
BOOMS:
60 ft.
Powered originally by an Onan (by Cummins) six cylinder diesel engine with 109 hp and selectable two- or four-wheel drive, the 280 is the earliest model that really closest resembles the current line of Hagie dual tank machines. The engine eventually was replaced by a standard Cummins diesel with the 120 hp. Solution capacity for the 280 jumped to a new high of 800 gallons and the Hydra-Hug suspension received a makeover that holds its design even today.
Model 254
Model 254
(top)  1994
FRAME:
Terra-Hug (front-pivot bolster)
TANKS:
Two [ poly-stainless steel optional ]
CAPACITY:
500 gal.
ENGINE:
Chrysler 318 gas V-8
DRIVE:
Hydrostatic-2WD (optional 4WD)
BOOMS:
60 ft.
The "little brother" of the Model 284, the 254 featured a 60-foot boom.
Model 284
Model 284
(top)  1994
FRAME:
Rigid frame with Hydra-Hug suspension
TANKS:
Two [ poly-stainless steel optional ]
CAPACITY:
800 gal.
ENGINE:
Cummins 120 hp 6 cylinder diesel, then Cummins 152 hp 6 cylinder turbo diesel
DRIVE:
Hydrostatic-selectable 2WD or 4WD
BOOMS:
60 ft., 60/80 ft. or 90 ft.
Hagie’s first 60, 60/80, 90 foot boom system. A “live air” foam marking system was also introduced with this model. Automatic hydraulic tread adjust system becomes an option. Hagie’s first 60, 60/80, 90 foot boom system. A “live air” foam marking system was also introduced with this model. Automatic hydraulic tread adjust system becomes an option. 
Model 2100
Model 2100
(top)  1998
FRAME:
Rigid frame with 4 wheel independent air suspension
TANKS:
Two [ poly ]
CAPACITY:
1000 gal.
ENGINE:
Cummins 174 hp turbo 6 cylinder diesel
DRIVE:
Hydrostatic (tandem pumps) full-time 4WD
BOOMS:
60 ft., 60/80 ft. or 90 ft.
Capacity increased to 1000 gallons. Cab space increased. Rinse and foam system became standard. An independent four-wheel air ride system was added.
Model STS 12
Model STS 12
(top)  2000
FRAME:
Rigid frame with 4 wheel independent air suspension
TANKS:
One [ stainless steel ]
CAPACITY:
1200 gal.
ENGINE:
Cummins 275 hp turbo 6 cylinder diesel
DRIVE:
Hydrostatic (tandem pumps) full-time 4WD
BOOMS:
60/80/90 ft.
The STS 12 returned to a single tank concept with increased solution capacity (1200 gallons), increased rinse capacity (100 gallons), increased fuel capacity (140 gallons) and increased Cummins power (275 hp). The air suspension introduced on the 2100 was redesigned (and patented) to incorporate the steering and suspension together. Another industry first, the new boom system on an STS 12 can be configured from 60 feet to 80 feet to 90 feet without changing any components.
Model 284XP
Model 284XP
(top)  2001
FRAME:
Rigid frame with 4 wheel independent air suspension
TANKS:
Two [ Poly ]
CAPACITY:
800 gal.
ENGINE:
Cummins 152 hp 6 cylinder turbo diesel
DRIVE:
Hydrostatic-selectable 2WD or 4WD
BOOMS:
60 ft., 60/80 ft. or 90 ft.
Adapting the suspension from the 2100 and adding it to the 284, Hagie introdusced the 284XP (Extra Performance). This ment all sizes of Hagie sprayers sizes were available with an air ride suspention.
Model STS10
Model STS10
(top)  2002
FRAME:
Rigid frame with 4 wheel independent air suspension
TANKS:
One [ poly-stainless steel optional ]
CAPACITY:
1000 gal.
ENGINE:
Cummins 275 hp turbo 6 cylinder diesel
DRIVE:
Hydrostatic (tandem pumps) full-time 4WD
BOOMS:
60/80/90 ft.
To bridge the gap between the 2100 and the STS12, the STS10 was a entry level STS.  Many of the standard components of the STS12 were now options.  The addition of a poly solution tank helped reduce the cost of the machine.  The engine horsepower was reduced to 220 with an option to have the 275HP engine from the STS12.  Utilizing the same frame and drive components as the STS12 meant it could still use the NTB and detasseler attachments made for the STS12.
Model 2101
Model 2101
(top)  2003
FRAME:
Rigid frame with 4 wheel independent air suspension
TANKS:
Two [ poly ]
CAPACITY:
1000 gal.
ENGINE:
Cummins 205 hp Electronic turbo 6 cylinder diesel
DRIVE:
Hydrostatic (tandem pumps) full-time 4WD
BOOMS:
60 ft., 60/80 ft. or 90 ft.
Changing from a mechanical to electronic Cummins engine and adding horsepower, the 2101 met the EPA emission requirements for the time and continued to hold top spot in power to weight ratio for the industry.
Model STS16
Model STS16
(top)  2005
FRAME:
Rigid frame with 4 wheel independent air suspension
TANKS:
One [ Stainless Steel ]
CAPACITY:
1600 gal.
ENGINE:
Cummins 275 hp, then later 365 hp
DRIVE:
Hydrostatic (tandem pumps) full-time 4WD
BOOMS:
60/80/90 ft. or 60/90/120 ft.
Continuing to take the lead in innovation, the STS16 still stands as the worlds largest row-crop sprayer.  The engine was changed to a 8.9L 365 horsepower diesel, which maintains it as the most powerful as well.  A popular option with the increased solution tank was the larger boom option.  Equipped with the high flow solution pump, the STS16 was capable of applying chemicals and fertilizer at rates of 50 gallons per acre at speeds of 20 MPH at any boom width.
Model DTS8
Model DTS8
(top)  2005
FRAME:
Rigid frame with 4 wheel independent air suspension
TANKS:
Two [ Poly ]
CAPACITY:
800 gal.
ENGINE:
Cummins 152 hp 6 cylinder turbo desel
DRIVE:
Hydrostatic-selectable 2WD or 4WD
BOOMS:
60 ft., 60/80 ft. or 90 ft.
All the Hagie machines received a new look for 2005 and some received a new name. The 284XP was renamed the DTS8.
Model DTS10
Model DTS10
(top)  2005
FRAME:
Rigid frame with 4 wheel independent air suspension
TANKS:
Two [ Poly ]
CAPACITY:
1000 gal.
ENGINE:
Cummins 205 hp turbo 6 cylinder diesel
DRIVE:
Hydrostatic (tandem pumps) full-time 4WD
BOOMS:
60 ft., 60/80 ft. or 90 ft.
The DTS10 was given the new color scheme and graphics shared by all the machines.  Based off the 2101, it also received an updated cab with improved visibility.
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