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The History of McCormick Tractors

The history of McCormick began in Raphine in 1831 when Cyrus Hall McCormick founded McCormick Deering Company. It was on the grounds of the present-day McCormick Farm that the production of the first mechanical reapers began, revolutionizing the agricultural industry. After the success of the reapers, the company quickly expanded its range of agricultural machinery.
After obtaining a patent for a special plow in 1834, Cyrus H. McCormick’s company continued to develop, supplying modern tools to the growing American market. In 1847, Cyrus and his brothers, William and Leander, moved the company to Chicago, where they founded McCormick Harvesting Machine Company.
Unfortunately, a fire broke out in the factory shortly thereafter, but despite significant financial losses, the company quickly rebuilt, and by 1873, they opened a new factory that began full production. Within a year, the company fulfilled over 10,000 orders, an impressive feat even by today’s standards.
After World War II, McCormick continued production, particularly in Europe, where they opened factories in France, Germany, and the United Kingdom. In 1970, the company introduced the first European McCormick tractors with synchronized gearboxes to the market.
Following its acquisition by the Argo Group in 2000, and subsequently by the Morra family in 2001, McCormick experienced dynamic growth. New tractor models were introduced, and the product range was significantly expanded. In 2015, the company launched the McCormick X8 VT-Drive tractor, helping to solidify its position as one of the industry leaders.
McCormick is recognized as a global leader in the agricultural machinery industry, with a product range from 49 to 310 horsepower that meets the highest standards of quality, performance, and innovation.

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