North American large ag equipment unit sales were up 11.1% in September, with strong growth in both row-crop tractors and combines, compared to up 16.8% in August. U.S. large ag equipment sales were up 4.2%.
Ag tractor and combine unit sales in April 2022 declined for the second month in a row, owing largely to supply chain difficulties, according to the latest data from the Assn. of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM).
Consolidated corporate sales for the three- and nine-month periods ended Aug. 31, 2021 were $6,592,000 and $17,703,000, respectively, compared to $6,465,000 and $16,937,000 during the same respective periods in fiscal 2020.
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