Cameco farm tractors
Cameco was a US-based tractor manufacturer that offered its products primarily for construction and sugar cane related works. It was founded in 1965 in the state of Louisiana. A major turn of events took place for the company in 1998 when it was acquired by Deere & Company. The Cameco brand and its signature yellow paint remained in operation under Deere until 2006. After that, it completely vanished from the list of tractor manufacturers. The color scheme and branding were eventually replaced by Deere and its iconic greenish paintwork. A total of 10 different tractor models were offered by Cameco throughout the years of its operations. These machines varied in power from 106 to 600 hp. The 600 hp behemoths were capable of carrying out even the most difficult tasks with ease. This is why Cameco was able to become the brand of choice for companies seeking advanced level machinery that could handle even the most challenging tasks. Some of the tractor models produced by Cameco included but were not limited to 110T, 145B and 805. In addition to tractors, Cameco produced harvesters that were loved by farmers throughout the country.