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Monthly Unit Sales: Self-Propelled Combines

On a monthly basis, the Assn. of Equipment Manufacturers (www.aem.org) compiles and publishes the unit sales for self-propelled or SP combines. This is equipment typically used to harvest row crops such as corn, soybeans, wheat and a variety of other field crops. This classification included the entire range of horsepower available in the industry. These tables show the monthly sales of combines from 2004-present based on AEM data. It starts in 2004 because that is the year that Lessiter Media acquired Ag Equipment Intelligence (then called Ag Industry Watch).
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Monthly Unit Sales: 4WD Tractors

On a monthly basis, the Assn. of Equipment Manufacturers (www.aem.org) compiles and publishes the unit sales for 4WD (4 wheel drive) tractors. AEM defines its 4WD category of tractors as “as a large frame machine with equal size wheels with the capability to dual/triple allwheels; equal and consistent power to all wheels; full time power to all wheels; engages primarily in heavy draft and drawbar applications normally considered to be related to farming; allwheel steer; and articulated or rigid frame.” Some large tractor manufacturers offer the general guideline for categorizing these tractors as those of about 300 horsepower and larger. These tables show the monthly sales of 4WD tractors from 2004-present based on AEM data. It starts in 2004 because that is the year that Lessiter Media acquired Ag Equipment Intelligence (then called Ag Industry Watch).
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Monthly Unit Sales: All 2WD Tractors

On a monthly basis, the Assn. of Equipment Manufacturers (www.aem.org) compiles and publishes the unit sales for 2WD (2 wheel drive) tractors. In this case, all tractors included in the 2WD category (including compact, mid-range and row-crop tractors) are counted for both U.S. and Canadian dealers. These tables show the monthly sales of 2WD tractors from 2004-present based on AEM data. It starts in 2004 because that is the year that Lessiter Media acquired Ag Equipment Intelligence (then called Ag Industry Watch).
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Monthly Unit Sales: Tractors 100+ Horsepower

On a monthly basis, the Assn. of Equipment Manufacturers (www.aem.org) compiles and publishes the unit sales for what is often referred to in the industry as row-crop tractors — equipment that is 100 horsepower and larger — for both U.S. and Canadian dealers. These tables show the monthly sales of row-crop tractors from 2004-present based on AEM data. It starts in 2004 because that is the year that Lessiter Media acquired Ag Equipment Intelligence (then called Ag Industry Watch).
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Monthly Unit Sales: Tractors Less than 40 Horsepower

On a monthly basis, the Assn. of Equipment Manufacturers (www.aem.org) compiles and publishes the unit sales of compact tractors — equipment that is less than 40 horsepower — for both the U.S. and Canadian dealers. This tables show the monthly sales of compact tractors from 2004-present based on AEM data. It starts in 2004 because that is the year that Lessiter Media acquired Ag Equipment Intelligence (then called Ag Industry Watch).
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Monthly Unit Sales: 40-100 Horsepower Tractors

On a monthly basis, the Assn. of Equipment Manufacturers (www.aem.org) compiles and publishes the unit sales of mid-range or utility tractors — equipment that ranges from 40-100 horsepower — for both the U.S. and Canadian dealers. These tables show the monthly sales of mid-range tractors from 2004-present based on AEM data. It starts in 2004 because that is the year that Lessiter Media acquired Ag Equipment Intelligence (then called Ag Industry Watch).
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Annual Unit Sales: Self-Propelled Combines

On a monthly basis, the Assn. of Equipment Manufacturers (www.aem.org) compiles and publishes the unit sales for self-propelled or SP combines. This is equipment typically used to harvest row crops such as corn, soybeans, wheat and a variety of other field crops. This classification included the entire range of horsepower available in the industry. This table shows the annual sales of combines from 2004-present based on AEM data. It starts in 2004 because that is the year that Lessiter Media acquired Ag Equipment Intelligence (then called Ag Industry Watch).
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Annual Unit Sales: 4WD Tractors

On a monthly basis, the Assn. of Equipment Manufacturers (www.aem.org) compiles and publishes the unit sales for 4WD (4 wheel drive) tractors. AEM defines its 4WD category of tractors as “as a large frame machine with equal size wheels with the capability to dual/triple allwheels; equal and consistent power to all wheels; full time power to all wheels; engages primarily in heavy draft and drawbar applications normally considered to be related to farming; allwheel steer; and articulated or rigid frame.” Some large tractor manufacturers offer the general guideline for categorizing these tractors as those of about 300 horsepower and larger. This table shows the annual sales of 4WD tractors from 2004-present based on AEM data. It starts in 2004 because that is the year that Lessiter Media acquired Ag Equipment Intelligence (then called Ag Industry Watch).
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Annual Unit Sales: All 2WD Tractors

On a monthly basis, the Assn. of Equipment Manufacturers (www.aem.org) compiles and publishes the unit sales for 2WD (2 wheel drive) tractors. In this case, all tractors included in the 2WD category (including compact, mid-range and row-crop tractors) are counted for both U.S. and Canadian dealers. This table shows the annual sales of 2WD tractors from 2004-present based on AEM data. It starts in 2004 because that is the year that Lessiter Media acquired Ag Equipment Intelligence (then called Ag Industry Watch).
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