May 2019 Tractor & Combine Analysis

Our database for tractor and combine retail sales and field inventory are derived from AEM’s monthly Flash Reports.

Under 40 Horsepower Tractors — Retail sales for May were only 3 units more than April and the year-to-date total of 71,512 is edging closer to our forecasted total and is only 3.4% above our forecast.

40 to 99 Horsepower Tractors — This category showed some strength in May and moved past our year-to-date forecast by 89…

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Charlie Glass

Chairman emeritus, Farm Equipment Manufacturers Assn.’s (FEMA) Dealer Relations Committee

With more than 4 decades in the industry, Glass produces an annual tractor and combine forecast and provides technical assistance to various investment groups. A former director of FEMA, he is also a frequent presenter and author of several white papers on the future of farm equipment distribution. Glass is also a judge for Farm Equipment’s Dealership of the Year program.

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