2023 was a good year for Fendt in Germany, which not only headed all power categories above 50hp, but also secured pole position in the overall standings with a leading 25.6% (6,140 units) share of total 50hp+ market of 24,030 units.

John Deere had to settle for second spot with 4,994 units and a 20.8% share of the market. In third place was Deutz-Fahr with 2,479 units (10.3%). Claas secured 8.7% (2,092 units) of the market, keeping it well ahead of fifth placed Case IH/Steyr (1,792/7.5%).

Sixth, seventh and eighth spots went to New Holland (1,522/6.3%), Valtra (1,378/5.7%) and Massey Ferguson (1,329/5.5%), respectively.

Kubota (ninth) registered 502 new 50hp+ tractors for a 6.5% share of the market, and the combined efforts of Same Lamborghini and Hurlimann gave in tenth position with 370 units (1.5%).

Argo Tractors (McCormick and Landini) registered just 205 tractors (0.9%) in Germany last year.

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