Successor Deutz-Fahr
Defunct 1968
Headquarters ?, Germany
Industry Manufacturing
Products Agriculture machinery

Fahr was a farm equipment manufacturer in Germany that made tractors, combine harvesters, engines and equipment. By the 1950s, most of the Fahr tractor models were built by Guldner, another German manufacturer. In 1962, Fahr merged with Guldner. Fahr also had a branch in Argentina manufacturing engines and tractors for the South American continent.

In either 1968 or ?, Fahr and Deutz merged to form Deutz-Fahr.[clarification needed]


Tractor modelsEdit

Combine harvester modelsEdit

Forage HarvestersEdit

Walking tractor (Motorplow)Edit

Fahr KT10D -Horticulture tractor - at Anglesey 2010 - IMG 2279

A Fahr KT10D owned by Brian Carter, seen at Isle of Anglesey Vintage Rally 2010


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