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Farmall farm tractors

Farmall was originally a tractor model introduced in 1930 by the American company "International Harvester." However, it has evolved into a full-fledged tractor brand over the years. Farmall's distinct concept was its tricycle configuration, which influenced the world for the next 30 years. However, the company ceased operations in 1975, but its tractor technology was incorporated in several CNH Global utility tractors, which were a huge success. Farmall offered 84 different tractor models to customers with power ranging from 10 to 178 hp during its production years. The smaller tractors were aimed at individual farmers with small agricultural lands, whereas the larger machines offered by Farmall were capable of handling more serious tasks requiring significant power. The primary feature that allowed the brand to quickly gain popularity was the provision of tractors to farmers at extremely low prices even with high-quality production standards. The unique naming criteria of Farmall tractors received appreciation from clients. Some of the models that were offered by the brand included but were not limited to AM-7, BMD and Hydro 100.

List of tractor models

Model Power Year of production start Year of production end
240 34 hp 1958 1962
140 23 hp 1958 1973
230 27 hp 1956 1958
130 24 hp 1956 1958
200 26 hp 1954 1956
100 22 hp 1954 1956