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|Successor||Mitsubishi Agricultural Machinery|
|Products||agriculture machinery tractor|
Satoh Agricultural Machinery was a Japanese tractor manufacturer founded in 1914. In 1980, Satoh merged with part of Mitsubishi to become the Mitsubishi Agricultural Machinery company. Tractors were sold as Satoh Mitsubishi for a short time after the merger, until 1984, but then the Satoh name was dropped.
In Japan, Satoh distributed the English David Brown tractors, and in turn, Satoh tractors were also distributed by David Brown. Satoh manufactured some tractors to fill in gaps in the David Brown line that looked like DB's, like the Satoh S-650G, but were manufactured by Satoh in Japan.
|Model||Year(s) Produced||Horsepower||Engine Type||Misc Notes||Photo|
|Satoh Mitsubishi Beaver S-370||15 hp (11 kW)|
|Satoh Mitsubishi Beaver S-370D||15 hp (11 kW)|
|Satoh Mitsubishi Beaver III S-373||17 hp (13 kW)||Mitsubishi|
|Satoh Mitsubishi Bison S-650G||25 hp (19 kW)||Mazda||looks like David Brown|
|Satoh Mitsubishi Bison S-670D||30 hp (22 kW)||Mitsubishi|
|Satoh Mitsubishi Buck S-470||18 hp (13 kW)||Mitsubishi|
|Satoh Mitsubishi Bull S-630||25 hp (19 kW)||Mitsubishi|
|Satoh Mitsubishi Stallion S-750||38 hp (28 kW)||Isuzu|