Buhler Versatile farm tractors
Buhler Versatile came into existence in the year 2000 when Buhler Industries took charge of Versatile & Winnipeg from New Holland after completely acquiring these companies. Previously, Versatile had been a major manufacturer of large tractors most of which were 4 wheel driven gargantuan machines. Following the acquisition, Buhler rebranded the newly formed company as Buhler Versatile, which now had the capability of manufacturing these massive machines capable of tackling even the most difficult tasks with relative ease. This is what distinguished Buhler Versatile from its competitors. Rostselmash which was a Russian agricultural equipment manufacturer got itself a major stake in the company in 2007. As a result, the Buhler name was dropped from the company’s branding which again offered tractors under the Versatile brand name. During the years of its operations, Buhler Versatile offered a total of 16 tractor models to its customers which mostly ranged in power from 113 to 575 horsepower. This means that the company's primary focus was never the average farmer. Buhler Versatile tractor models that were particularly popular included, but were not limited to, the 2375, 9030, and 2145.