Ford New Holland
Predecessor Ford Tractors
Sperry-New Holland
Successor New Holland
Founded 1986
Defunct 1991
Headquarters , USA
Products agriculture machinery tractor, combine harvesters, windrowers, skid-steer loaders, planters, tillage equipment

Ford New Holland was formed when Dearborn, Michigan, USA-based Ford Tractors purchased New Holland from the Sperry-New Holland corporation in 1986. New Holland was based in New Holland, Pennsylvania, USA. The merger brought together Ford's tractor, construction equipment and implements with New Holland's combine harvester, skid-steer loader and hay equipment.

In 1991, Ford sold off the agriculture and construction equipment business to Fiat of Italy, with the stipulation that the Ford name had to be phased out by 2000. The company name was changed to New Holland.

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See List of New Holland tractors and List of New Holland Harvesting Machinery

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