Ford-New Holland farm tractors
Ford acquired the New Holland brand in 1985 and resultantly a new player named as Ford-New Holland entered the tractor manufacturing segment this year. Soon afterward, this giant also took over another tractor manufacturer that went by the title of Versatile. 1991 was a watershed moment in the history of Ford-New Holland because it was in this year that the company went under the complete control of Fiat. However, as a part of the agreement, it was decided that Fiat would retain the Ford brand name until the year 2000. However, CNH Global, which is the parent company of Fiat, still offers its products under the same title. With more than 15 different tractor models offered to customers, Ford-New Holland has been a major player in this segment that offers machines ranging from 34 to 155 horsepower. This means that the company is aimed at addressing the needs of clients regardless of their sizes. Some of the tractor models offered by the brand include but are not limited to 4430V, 9030 and 8160.