Claas celebrated the production of its 30,000 Jaguar self-propelled forage harvester by painting the machine black.
Trying to canvass the 24 exhibit halls, you’ll see everything from easy recognizable row crop equipment to specialty equipment such as this carrot harvester.
Easy Way to Get Around FarmShow
Challenger decked out this tracked tractor with a snake design.
The exhibitors include companies who make products for the ag equipment service industry.
Giraffe Wheel Loader
To illustrate their far reach, this German wheel loader company gave this machine a special giraffe paint scheme.
High Clearance Applicator
The companies have literal displays to highlight their machine’s features—such as this high clearance applicator.
Its a Bird
At Agritechnica, you always have to remind yourself to look up to catch some very intriguing displays.
New Holland NH2
New Holland introduced its hydrogen tractor—the NH2 at SIMA—and this year at Agritechnica they displayed the second generation of this concept vehicle.
Octopus PTO Cutter
With attachments on the front and both sides, this tractor looks like a PTO-driven octopus instead of a heavy-duty brush cutter.
Ready for Dairy Work
With its cow-paint scheme, this Valtra is ready to cut hay.
Remote Controlled Machines
These remote-controlled vehicles are used as road-building equipment in narrow and steep inclines.
To be blunt, this tire manufacture asks you to rethink your tire choice with its square wheel and tire display.
One of Valtra’s marketing messages is that you can customize just about anything on its tractors, so to reinforce the individuality of its tractors, people were asked to put their finger in paint, press it on the tractor and sign their name.
A “Workshop Live” presented ongoing interactive demonstrations of technical repairs.