In June, the combined sales of tractors, harvesters and sprayers reached 774 units in Argentina or 11% more than the same month of 2021, according to the Argentinean Assn. of Automotive Dealerships (ACARA).
Row-crop tractors drove large ag unit growth in May according to analysis from RW Baird of the latest AEM equipment sales data. Compact tractor demand softness continues despite higher dealer inventories.
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