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I don't believe that Farmall is a brand name. Under International Harvester, the Farmall was the row-crop type of tractor within the McCormick-Deering brand, then just McCormick, then International. Under CNH the Farmall name refers to small utility tractors withing the Case-IH brand.Edrob 04:30, May 20, 2010 (UTC)

Hi Ed the distinction between Company names, Brands, Marques and model names with all vehicle manufacturers is very confusing. They appear to be used interchangeably at different times, in different markets. As it has become abit 'generic' like Hover, Jeep or JCB & perhaps wrongly used to refer to several other products. The early tractors appear in the UK with several different names on and get catalouged at shows and sales under McCormick-Deering, Farmall and International with the same model numbers. All very confusing.
If the Farmall name is being reused by CNH now in the USA please feel free to add a section to clarify its usage today. - BulldozerD11 12:47, May 20, 2010 (UTC)
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