Bukh farm tractors
Jens Bukh, who founded the company in Denmark more than 120 years ago, was the inspiration for Bukh. He began producing engines in 1904, which gave him the confidence to establish his own company through which he could offer tractors to local customers. The next two decades saw significant changes and successes for the company, during which Bukh offered diesel and marine engines. Customers praised these items for their superior build quality and low cost when compared to imported options available at the time. Between 1956 and 1968, the company offered farm tractors of various types to interested customers. Prior to being acquired by Aabenraa Motorfabrik in 1994, the company was doing quite well, but tough financial times forced it into an inevitable acquisition. However, the Aabenraa Motorfabrik brand still produces tractors under the Bukh brand name. Bukh was a small company even in its best days, and as a result, it was unable to offer more than 12 tractor models over the course of its operations. These machines ranged in power from 30 to 100 hp, allowing them to meet the needs of a diverse range of customers despite their relatively small product line. Some of the tractor models offered by Bukh to customers included but were not limited to 302, 403 and Juno.