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AEM Reports Sales Down in July

U.S. and Canadian ag tractor monthly unit sales in July 2022 fell, while harvester sales grew in the U.S., according to the latest data from the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM). 


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AEM Reports 2021 Successful for Farm Equipment Sales

351,630 tractors and 8,058 combines sold in U.S., Canada

Nearly 360,000 tractors and combines left dealer lots in 2021 in North America, reported the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) over the weekend. United States and Canadian unit sales of ag tractors and combines finished 2021 with gains over 10% in nearly every segment in both countries.


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AEM Hall of Fame Inducts Trimble’s Bryn Fosburgh

The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) inducted Bryn Fosburgh, senior vice president of Trimble, into its Hall of Fame for a broad range of contributions in developing and advancing technologies that support the construction and agriculture industries worldwide.


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The No-Till Planter Race: Did IH Get There Before A-C?

International Harvester appears to have been the first to come to market with a no-till concept planter — 13 years before Allis-Chalmers’ model found commercial success in 1966. But IH exited production just 2 years later after only 23 shipments.
As our staff was delving into research for the “Timeline of No-Till History," ​the No-Till Museum we’ll be bringing to the National No-Tillage Conference in Louisville, and an all-new history series planned in 2022 to mark the “triple crown” of no-till milestones, we discovered some mystery over the first no-till planter. And it’s the kind of discovery that’s sure to fuel additional debates.
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AEM's Executive AG Infrastructure Panel

2/15/17 11:45 am EST
National Farm Machinery Show - Kentucky Exposition Center, Room B102
937 Phillips Ln.
Louisville, KY
United States
Contact: Abby Lannoye
Panelists will explore the principal challenges and opportunities facing rural infrastructure and the impact that the current condition of U.S. infrastructure is having on the agriculture sector. Panelists will also address ways the agriculture market can drive infrastructure innovation and adapt to shifts in technology, demographics, and consumer demands. Read More

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