Welcome to Deutz-Fahr
Tracing its roots back to 1927 Deutz-Fahr tractor production was the outgrowth of Nicolaus August Otto’s invention of the first 4-stroke combustion engine in 1827 in Cologne, Germany.
Since that time, Motorenfabrik N.A. Otto & Cie has evolved into one of the world’s leaders in agricultural technology, with other such notable accomplishments as the diesel engine (1927), mass production of small tractors (1927) and air-cooled diesel engines in 1949. In 1995, in response to market demand for quieter, yet larger capacity tractors, Deutz-Fahr introduced the water-cooled Agrotron Series, which feature highly reliable, fuel-efficient Deutz engines, and are among the most technologically advanced tractors in the world.
Deutz-Fahr tractors have been distributed in North America since the early 1960s. Through a series of mergers and acquisitions, Deutz-Fahr is now majority-owned by SAME Deutz-Fahr Group, the largest privately owned agricultural manufacturer in the world.