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With Fendt tractors and harvesting machines, farmers and contractors can reach their goals faster and with a higher yield.

It's their daily objective to meet the high demands of their customers - even to exceed them - and to help you achieve success using the best agricultural machinery.

Whether with tractors, combines, forage harvesters or balers – leaders drive Fendt. The Fendt era began in 1930 with the small 6-hp Dieselross tractor. To this day, Fendt, a brand of the AGCO Corporation, sets standards for agricultural engineering.

Fendt is the leading high-tech brand for customers with the highest demands and is regarded as the innovation leader for agricultural machinery.

Enterprise-oriented farmers work successfully with Fendt tractors and harvesting machines in fields all over the world. Fendt customers profit faster than others from the newest technology for boosting efficiency and can orient their businesses to the future. This is essential as agricultural production must be intensified in the future to meet the increasing demand for food and regenerative energy worldwide.

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Throughout their history, JCB has always invested heavily in research and development, keeping them at the cutting edge of innovation. Today, JCB has some of the finest engineering facilities across the globe, produces a range of over 300 machines and maintains a reputation for unrivalled customer service.

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TAFE was established in 1960, in collaboration with Massey Ferguson UK, and now produces over 150,000 tractors per year. Their simple design means that minimal knowledge is required for operation and servicing. By avoiding sophisticated electronics and using interchangeable spare parts, the range combines low cost, minimal maintenance with excellent durability.

Tractors UK are the sole UK importer of TAFE tractors and in 2021 they began to supply us with TAFE machinery and parts.

These tractors are liked by owners and operators for a number of reasons:

  • They are small and manoeuvrable - ideal for working inside sheds.
  • They have a basic design which makes them easier to operate and maintain.
  • They are not computerised. Being entirely mechanical they appeal to farmers in remote locations who don't want to be reliant on anybody else for repair.
  • The classic design is reminiscent of 'how tractors used to be', but in a brand new and reliable machine.

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Valtra has manufactured tractors since 1951, and they continue to develop, manufacture and market superior quality machinery, providing added value to their customers' operations through tailor-made services and solutions. 

Their guiding principle is the continuous improvement of both their products and operations combined with great emphasis on preserving the environment and respecting the health and safety of their employees and customers.

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