Today White is an AGCO brand. AGCO was formed in 1990 by former Allis-Chalmers executives. The executives took over Deutz-Allis and then purchased the White tractor line and Hesston Corporation brands in 1991. The remaining White-New Idea Company was purchased by AGCO in 1991 from Allied.
Where were White tractors manufactured?
White had been producing large tractors (150 to 193 horsepower) for Deutz-Allis under a joint venture at the White-New Idea plant in Coldwater, Ohio. Production of both brands will be moved to a Deutz-Allis site next year.
When did AGCO stop making tractors?
Their main tractor offerings would be through the Massey Ferguson and Challenger brands. Between 1970 and today, there have been several distinctive tractor models. The last “Allis-Chalmers” tractors were produced in the mid-80s before the agricultural recession forced a series of mergers and acquisitions.
Who Makes Big Bud tractors?
Big Bud was a brand of articulated tractors built by the Northern Manufacturing Co., later renamed Big Bud Tractors, of Harve, Montana, USA. The Big Bud 747 tractor was for many years the biggest tractor in the World at 900 hp (670 kW).
|Predecessor||Northern Manufacturing Co.|
|Products||agriculture machinery tractor|
What happened to Oliver tractors?
acted as the parent company of the White Farm Equipment Company and continued to exist until the farm equipment division was sold to TIC in 1980, and the truck division was sold to Volvo in 1981. The last Oliver green tractor to roll off the assembly line bearing the Oliver name was in 1976 with the 2255 designation.