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A new solar energy system is expected to provide both economic and environmental benefits at AGCO’s facility in Assumption, Illinois, generating approximately 20% of its power requirements. Located on an 8-acre site adjacent to the plant, which manufactures GSI grain...
New combines and tractors demonstrate innovation prowess, customer understanding and industry-first features, complemented by unmatched Fendt reliability and customer commitment. AGCO Corporation hosted dealers and media this week to celebrate its greatly expanded Fendt distribution network and introduce five new...
Ag manufacturer and its dealer network test practices in increasing grower profitability This year, AGCO Corporation is enhancing its crop tour with an application-focused study in addition to dedicated tillage and planting crop tours. AGCO and its dealers have invested in crop...
Second Phase of Grants Provide Funding to Four Non-Profits The AGCO Agriculture Foundation (AAF), a private foundation committed to ending hunger through sustainable agricultural development, is expanding its COVID-19 Aid Program to support four non-profit organizations in North America. The COVID-19...
Pilot Agriculture Initiative To Address Food Security AGCO Agriculture Foundation (AAF) has announced a new partnership with the Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS) to pilot an initiative that will assist in meeting agricultural and nutritional demands at one of Africa’s...
Revolutionary design delivers new standard for seed placement accuracy in quest for even emergence and optimum yields AGCO Corporation introduces the new Fendt Momentum planter to North American row crop producers. The revolutionary design and versatility of this planter establish...
The AGCO Agriculture Foundation (AAF) has announced a new partnership with the Global Growers Network (GGN) to expand their flagship agricultural learning center in Clarkston, Ga., USA. Established in 2010 as a result of the tremendous demand among Atlanta-area refugees...