TAFE farm tractors
TAFE, which is the acronym for Tractor and Farm Equipment, was founded in more than 60 years ago in 1960. In the initial years of its operations, the company served as the Indian production unit of Massey Ferguson. It, however, not only manufactured tractors of Massey Ferguson but also produced its own machines that were focused primarily on the local farmers. TAFE presently employs over 10,000 workers and has assets worth 95 billion INR which speaks highly of how well the company has been performing. A watershed moment for TAFE took place in the year 2005 when it acquired the tractor and farm equipment producing division of Eicher. Until now TAFE has offered a total of 12 different tractor models to its customers that ranged in power from 24 to 60 horsepower. These machines are compact and the small-sized engines present in these machines render them usable only for less challenging tasks therefore they cannot compete with the vast options offered by competitors. Some of the TAFE tractor models include but are not limited to 2800, 3300 and 5900.