Specs of Deutz Fahr combine harvesters


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The history of Deutz-Fahr combine harvester

The history of the Deutz-Fahr brand dates back to 1870 when Johann Georg Fahr founded the company in Gottmadingen. By the late 1930s, the company began producing agricultural tractors, with engines mainly supplied by Güldner and Deutz AG. In 1951, the company expanded its operations to include the production of stationary forage harvesters, and at exhibitions in Hamburg, it presented the first German self-propelled grain combine, becoming a pioneer in this field the following year. In 1971, the first Fahr combine rolled off the production line in Lauingen, and from 1981 onwards, all machines from this factory were sold under the Deutz-Fahr brand. In 1988, the Gottmadingen factory was acquired by the Greenland brand, but after its acquisition by the Kverneland Group in 1998, the factory was ultimately closed.

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