Baldwin farm tractors
Baldwin was founded in 1920 to provide agricultural machinery to the Australian people. In the 1980s, the company offered large 4 wheel drive tractors to locals looking for machines capable of tackling difficult projects in rough terrain. The first compact-sized farm tractor, however, was produced years before the company introduced these mean machines. This model was known as the DO525 when it was released by the Baldwin factory in 1979. Baldwin progressed as one of the country's major 4WD tractor producers after winning several design awards, owing mainly to its years of experience in this field. The 1990s, on the other hand, were a difficult time for the company, and a slump in tractor sales during this period agitated the company so much that it eventually decided to withdraw its efforts and resources from the segment. Baldwin then concentrated solely on the production of mining and industrial equipment. Even in its heyday, with only six tractor models available to local customers, the company did not perform remarkably well. These tractors had a power range of 290 to 600 horsepower and were thus massive machines that were mostly unusable by the average Australian farmer. No Baldwin products are now produced and thus only a few leftover tractors now continue to serve their owners.