Specs of Braud combine harvesters


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The history of Braud combine harvester

The history of Braud combines begins in 1870 in St Mars La Jaille, France. At that time, Braud mainly specialized in the production of threshing machines, and a breakthrough moment occurred in 1908 when Braud produced the first threshing machine with a mechanical drive, and in 1927, the first entirely made of metal. Braud quickly gained a strong position in the French market for grain combines, achieving impressive sales of 1600 units in 1968. During the European crisis of the 1970s, the company experienced a 45% decline and focused on producing Braud combines for grape harvesting. In 1984, Fiatagri acquired 3/4 of Braud’s shares, continuing the development of this renowned brand.

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