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All over Nigeria now, maize farmers, cassava farmers, cocoa farmers, yam farmers all over the 36 states of Nigeria are banking on the recent rains to start planting. Many are saying “which tractor brand should I buy in Nigeria. Should I go for a walk or go for aCase IH truck or a John Deere Model 4020.

Whereas some people just want a tractor they can lend just for a couple of days. Wherever you are, these are the best 5 tractor brands for your Nigerian farm

Best tractors in Nigeria:

It doesn’t matter where you are in Nigeria, you need tractors to till a land. Most tractor brands have been around anywhere from 30 years to over 100, as the tractor was one of the very first farm machines invented. Since the tractors first creation its design, power and capabilities have come a long way.

Tractors for hire today are capable of doing a range of different tasks, not just pulling agricultural equipment. Some tractors even come with utility buckets at the front so they are capable of completing a wider range of work. The bucket enables a tractor to complete work a skid steer loader, backhoe or forklift would normally do.

Below are five of the top tractor brands that retail in Australia. While there’s a number of other brands that are also reliable and capable of completing work, these five tractor brands stand out as front runners.

Now you have decided to buy a tractor. What should you buy? Which one should I do

Nigeria’s best tractor brands are:

  1. Case IH
  2. John Deere
  3. Massey Ferguson
  4. Fendt
  5. New Holland

1. John Deere Tractors

John Deere has been building tractors for decades, with the company first selling farm machinery back in the 1830’s they know what their talking about when it comes to tractors. John Deere has used its years of experience to create specialised tractor types that cater to the range of applications a tractor for hire can now complete. With a range of utility tractors, specialty tractors, row crop tractors, 4wd and tracked tractors there’s a tractor for every project.

2. Case IH Tractors

Case IH Tractors are a relatively new company in the world of tractor brands but have made a name for themselves in the forty odd years they’ve been in business. Always committed to bringing new tractor technology, Case IH produce over five different tractor series. Their tractor series’ are all aimed at the different types of construction and agricultural work that tractors for hire are capable of completing.

3. Massey Ferguson Tractors

Massey Ferguson prides themselves on designing and building tractors with quality, long-lasting engines. They also design the tractors to be technologically advanced to ensure they run efficiently and effectively. Massey Ferguson tractors have been proven to handle the Australian environment, with their diverse range making a great addition to any farm. Their quality engine and advanced technology combine to keep the running costs down, which is essential when hiring a tractor.

4. New Holland Tractors

New Holland is another tractor brand that has been around since the 1800’s, setting the standard in tractors for generations. Their tractors are built to last with dedicated designers constantly aiming to improve on their sturdy and reliable reputation. New Holland tractors are used across the globe in construction, farming and agriculture and never fail to produce quality results.

5. Fendt Tractors

German tractor brand Fendt build tractors that work both efficiently and economically. They know how important the bottom line is to a farming or agricultural business and ensure their tractors are able to handle any need without strain. Fendt tractors are a reliable brand and thanks to their extensive range of attachments, such as the Fendt Cargo Frontloader, they are making waves in the industry.

0 thoughts on “5 Tractor Brands for your Nigerian Farm

  1. Tractors PK

    In my opinion, Massey Ferguson is the top one. further detail, visit

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