SAME farm tractors
SAME is the acronym for Società Accomandita Motori Endotermici which is an Italian company founded by two brothers in 1942. The company offers a wide array of tractor options to its global clientele who choose this brand due to its focus on superior build quality. The company is owned by the multinational giant SAME Deutz-Fahr (SDF). SDF presently owns several companies including Hürlimann, Lamborghini and Deutz-Fahr. SAME’s tractor production began in 1927 when the Cassani 40CV agricultural tractor was manufactured. The main impetus for the company's production came after World War II. During this time, various models gained popularity, the most notable of which were the 3R/10 and DA 25. The DA 25 was CASE's first all-wheel-drive tractor, and it was well-received by the company's customers. SAME presented 158 different tractor models with power ranging from 25 to 277 hp. The company's vast production enabled it to gain a reputation in all segments, and in no time, SAME rose to become one of the industry leaders. Some of the recent tractor models produced by SAME include but are not limited to Silver3 100, 110 and Rubin 200.