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AGCO farm tractors

AGCO, the acronym for Allis-Cleaner Company, is an agricultural machinery manufacturer that has its headquarters located in Georgia, USA. With more than 20,000 employees and revenue of more than $9 billion, AGCO is one of the industry trendsetters. The company was founded in 1990 when the US management of Deutz-Allis acquired the company’s North American operations. AGCO is a giant that has made several acquisitions over the years. Some of these include the acquisition of White in 1991, Massey Ferguson in 1994, Fendt in 1997 as well as Challenger and Valtra in 2002 in 2002. The company has undergone several major changes in the past, the most important of which took place in 2001 when the AGCO White and AGCO Allis brands were renamed to AGCO thereby further strengthening the brand and its repute. AGCO has offered a total of 58 different tractor models to its customers with power ranging from 44 to 425 horsepower. This wide range of power enables the company to provide all customers with the products of their taste and requirements. Some of the renowned tractor models of AGCO include but are not limited to RT140, RT 165A and the illustrious 8425, which is a 425hp behemoth with 4WD capability.

List of tractor models

Model Power Year of production start Year of production end
DT160 177 hp 2002 2004
8360 360 hp 1995 2001
8425 425 hp 1995 2001