List of former tractor manufacturers

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This is a list of companies that formerly manufactured or sold tractors. Some have discontinued manufacturing, were bought out or merged with other companies, or their names may have changed.

Also see: List of current tractor manufacturers
Also see: List of traction engine and steam tractor manufacturers
Also see: List of tractors built by other companies

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A[edit]

  • Aaron David Co. (Denmark)
  • Abenaque (US)
  • Acam (Denmark)
  • Acason
  • Accord (Greece)
  • ACME (US)
  • ACO (South Africa)
  • Acremaster (Australia)
  • Adams Husker (US)
  • Adams Sidehill (US)
  • Adams-Farnham (US)
  • ADN (France)
  • Adriatica (Italy)
  • Advance (US) – purchased by Rumely
  • Advance-Rumely – purchase by Allis-Chalmers
  • Aecherli (Switzerland)
  • Agcostar (US) – part of AGCO Corporation formed from McConnell
  • AGE Agricultural & General Engineers (England)
  • Ager (Italy)
  • Agil (Austria)
  • Agracat (US)(imported)
  • Agra Farmer (Canada)
  • Agrifull (Italy) – purchased by Fiat
  • Agrimeca (Argentina)
  • Agrimotor (US)
  • Agrip (France)
  • Agri-Power (US)
  • AGRISA-Bungartz (Brazil) – became Agrale
  • Agritec (Argentina)
  • Agromet (Turkey?)
  • Ahlborn
  • Aion (Australia)
  • Ajax (US)
  • Aktivist (Germany)
  • Albaugh-Dover Square Turn
  • Albion-Cuthbertson – James A. Cuthbertson (Scotland)
  • Wm Allchin (England)
  • Alfa Romeo (Italy)
  • Allaeys
  • Alldays & Onions
  • Allgaier (Germany)
  • Alliance
  • Allis-Chalmers (US) – purchased by AGCO Corporation
  • Allwork (US)
  • Alpenland (Germany)
  • Alpina (Switzerland)
  • Alpina-Oekonom (Switzerland)
  • Alu-Trac
  • Amepic
  • American (US)
  • American (American Tractor Corporation) (US) – purchased by J.I. Case
  • American Harvestor (US)
  • American Steel (US)
  • American Tractor (US)
  • American-Abell (CANADA)
  • Amiot (France)
  • Amog (Italy)
  • Andrews (US)
  • Andrews-Kinkade (US)
  • Ansaldo-Fossati (Italy)
  • Antigo (US)
  • Appleton (US)
  • Arator
  • Argo (Italy)
  • Armington, A.P. (US)
  • Armstrong Siddeley (England)
  • Arnold-Sandberg (US)
  • Assembled
  • Asso
  • Astoa (Spain)
  • Aston Martin (England)
  • Atlas (US)
  • Aulendorf (Germany)
  • Aulson (US)
  • Aultman (US)
  • Aultman & Taylor (US)
  • Austin (US)
  • Austin (France/England)
  • Austin-Leyland BMC Sanayi (Turkey)
  • Austrak (Australia)
  • Austro (Austria)
  • Austro-Pimus (Austria)
  • Auto Tractor (US)
  • Automotive (US)
  • AutoTrac (Canada)
  • Avance (Sweden) – Merged into Munktell
  • Aveling – Marshall (England)
  • Aveling & Porter (England)
  • Aveling-Barford (England)
  • Avery (US) – purchased by Minneapolis-Moline
  • Avia (Spain)

B[edit]

Danish Bukh tractors (1959–1966) from Danmarks Traktormuseum
  • B.F. Avery (US)
  • Babiole (France)
  • Backus (US)
  • Badley (US)
  • Bailor (US)
  • Baird (US)
  • Bajaj Tempo (India) – spun off and renamed Force Motors
  • Baker, A.D. (US)
  • Baldwin (Australia)
  • Balilla (Italy)
  • Balmar
  • Bambi
  • Bambia
  • Bantam (US)
  • Banting Machine Co.
  • Barford & Perkins (England)
  • Bariole (France?)
  • Barreiros (Spain)
  • Bates (US)
  • Bates Steel Mule (US)
  • Bautz (Germany)
  • Bear (US)
  • Bearcat (US)
  • Beaver (US)
  • Beeman (US)
  • Belazerus (Belarus)
  • Bell, Robert (US)
  • Beltrail (US)
  • Ben (Italy)
  • Benz-Sendling (Germany)
  • Berliot (France)
  • Bertolini (Italy)
  • Besser (US)
  • Best (US) – purchased by Holt > became Caterpillar Inc.
  • Bethlehem (US)
  • Bi.Som.Trac (France)
  • Big Bud (US)
  • Big Bull (US)
  • Big Four (US)
  • Big Lizzie (Australia)
  • Bima (France)
  • Birrell (US)
  • Bischoff
  • Bison (France)
  • BJR (Spain)
  • Blackstone & Co (England)
  • Blanc-Plaiche (France?)
  • Blaw-Knox (England)
  • Blumberg (US)
  • BM Volvo (Sweden) – has evolved into the current Valtra, part of AGCO Corporation
  • BMB (England) (British Motor Boats)
  • BMC (England) – From Merger of Austin & Nuffield, later became Leyland then finally Marshall (tractors)
  • Boenker (US)
  • Bofors (Sweden)
  • Bohrer
  • Bolgar (Bulgaria)
  • Bolinder (Sweden)- merged with Munktell to become Bolinder-Munktell
  • Bolinder-Munktell (Sweden) – merged with Volvo to become BM Volvo/Volvo BM
  • Bolte (US)
  • Bori (Slovenia)
  • Boring (US)
  • Borsig (Germany)
  • BOS Hydro-Trac (The Netherlands)
  • Boyett (US)
  • Bradley (US)
  • Braud (France)
  • Braun
  • Bray (England)
  • Bready (US)
  • Breda (Italy)
  • Breed (US)
  • Bristol (England)
  • British-Canadian (US)
  • Brockenhexe (Germany)
  • Brockway (US)
  • Brons (The Netherlands)
  • Brown (US)
  • Brummer
  • Bryan (US)
  • BTG (East Germany)
  • BTW
  • Bubba (Italy)
  • Bücher (Switzerland)
  • Buckeye (US)
  • Buffalo
  • Buffalo-Pitts (US)
  • BUKH (Denmark)
  • Bührer (Switzerland)
  • Bull (US)
  • Bull Dog (US)
  • Bulldawg
  • Bull-Madison (US)
  • Bullock (US)
  • Bulltra
  • Bungartz (Germany)
  • Bungartz & Peschke (Germany)
  • Bunton
  • Burn-Oil (US)
  • Burrell (England)
  • BWS

C[edit]

  • C. & G. Cooper (US)
  • C.L. Best (US)
  • C.O.D. (US)
  • Caldwell (Australia) became Caldwell Vale
  • Caldwell Vale (Australia)
  • Calsa (Spain)
  • Cameco (US)(sold to John Deere)
  • Cameron (US)
  • Camisa
  • Campagnolo
  • Canadian (Canada)
  • Canadian-American
  • CanTRAN
  • Canycom
  • Carter
  • Case Corporation (US) – purchased by Tenneco, and later merged with International Harvester to become Case IH
  • Case New Holland (India)
  • Case, J.I (US) – was purchased by Massey-Harris
  • Cassani (Italy)
  • CAST (Italy)
  • Caterpillar (sold tractor business to AGCO Corp (US)
  • Cayuga (US)
  • CBT – Companhia Brasileira de Tratores (Brazil)
  • CDHL (US)
  • Centaur (US)
  • Centenario
  • Century (US)
  • Ceres (France)
  • Ceres (India)(brand of International Tractors (Sonalika))
  • Certified (US)
  • Chamberlain (Australia) – purchased by Deere & Company
  • Champ (Thailand)
  • Champion (US)
  • Champion (France)
  • Chase (USA, 1908-1918; Canada, 1919-1921)
  • Chaseside (England)
  • Cherry (Japan)
  • CIMAC (Italy)
  • Citroen (France)
  • Claeys (Belgium)
  • Clarktor
  • Clayson (England)
  • Clayton & Shuttleworth (England)
  • Cleveland Tractor Company/Cletrac (US) – purchased by the Oliver Corporation in 1944
  • CMC (France)
  • Cobey (US)
  • Cockshutt Plow Company (Canada) – purchased by White Farm Equipment
  • Cockshutt Hart-Parr (Canada)
  • Codem (The Netherlands)
  • Coleman (US)
  • Colpron (Canada) – rebadged Landini's
  • Colt (US)
  • Common Sense (US)
  • COMPACT Junior (Austria)
  • Conord
  • Consolidated (US)
  • Continental (US)
  • Co-op (US)
  • Co-op (National Farm Machinery) (US)
  • Co-op Implements (Canada)
  • Cooper
  • Corbitt (US)
  • Corliss (US)
  • County (England)
  • Crawley Agrimotor (England)
  • Crystal Zetor (Czech)
  • Csepel (Hungary)
  • CTM
  • Cultivac
  • Cultor (US)
  • Custom (US)
  • Cutherbertson – James A. Cuthbertson (Scotland)

D[edit]

  • Daimler (Germany)
  • Daimler-Benz (Germany)
  • Dammann (US)
  • Davey Paxman & Co. (England)
  • David Bradley (US)
  • David Brown Ltd. (England) – purchased by Tenneco and renamed Case
  • DECA (Argentina)
  • Deering (US) – merged with other manufacturers to form International Harvester
  • Defaut (France)
  • Detroit (US)
  • Deuliewag (Germany)
  • Deutz (Germany) – merged with Fahr
  • Deutz-Allis (US) – formed when Deutz-Fahr bought Allis-Chalmers. Purchased by AGCO and became AGCO-Allis.
  • DF (China)
  • Diesel Ox (US)
  • Dragon (US)
  • Drexler (Austria)
  • Dufuat
  • DUTRA (Hungary)
  • DUTRA Steyr (Hungary)

E[edit]

1916 Emerson Tractor, made by Emerson-Brantingham (US)
  • Eagle (US)
  • Ebro (Spain)
  • Ebro-Kubota (Spain)
  • Eclipse (US)
  • Edwin Alber
  • Eicher Goodearth (India) – became just Eicher
  • EMCO (US) – later Power Horse
  • Emerson (Canada)
  • Emerson-Brantingham (US)
  • Empire (US)
  • Enter (Turkey)
  • Enti (The Netherlands)
  • Epple-Buxbaum (Austria)
  • Erickson (US)
  • Euro-Trac (India)

F[edit]

  • Fageol (US)
  • Fahr (Germany) – merged with Deutz to become Deutz-Fahr
  • Falke-trac (Germany)
  • Farm Ette (US)
  • Farm System
  • Farmall (US) – by International Harvester
  • Farmár (Czech)
  • Farmaster (US)
  • Farmcrest (US)
  • Farmer's Union Co-op (US)
  • FarmHandy (US)
  • Farmliner Daedong (Australia) – built in S.Korea
  • Farmobile (US)
  • Farmwell (England)
  • Farquhar, A. B. (US) – merged into the Oliver Corporation
  • FBW (Switzerland)
  • Ferguson (Ireland)
  • Fendt (Germany)
  • Ferguson-Brown (England)
  • Fiat OM
  • Fiat Someca (France)
  • Fiat-Agrifull (Italy)
  • Fiat-Goldstar (South Korea) – now LS-New Holland
  • Field Marshall (England) – became Marshall
  • Finn Ursus
  • Foden (England)
  • Ford (US) – purchased by Fiat, now New Holland
  • Ford-Ferguson
  • Fordson tractor (US) – by Ford
  • Fordzon-Putilovec (Russia)
  • Fortschritt (East Germany)
  • Foton (China) – now Lovol
  • Four Drive (US) – also known as Fitch Four Drive
  • Four Wheel Traction (England)
  • Fowler (England)
  • Frick (US)
  • Froehlich (US) – purchased by Deere & Company
  • Futian (China) – changed to Foton, now Lovol
  • Futian Leopard (China) – now Foton or Foton Leopard
  • Futian Oubao (China) – changed to Foton, now Lovol
  • FWD Wagner (US)

G[edit]

  • Galloway (US)
  • Gambles Farmcrest (US)
  • Gardner (England or Belgium)
  • Garner (England)
  • Garrett (US)
  • Garrett (England) – Steam tractors & Showmans engines
  • Gaar-Scott (US)
  • GBT (US)
  • GeDe (The Netherlands)
  • Geiser (US)
  • General (US)
  • General (England)
  • George (US)
  • Gibbons & Robinson
  • Gibson (US)
  • Gilson (Canada)
  • Glasgow (England)
  • Global (US)
  • GMW (Sweden)
  • GoldStar (South Korea) – later LG. Now LS.
  • Graham-Bradley (US)
  • Gray Tractor Manufacturing Co. (US)
  • Greaves (India) – later SAME Greaves
  • Greyhound (US)
  • Griffin (US)
  • Grissly
  • Güldner (Germany) later part of Linde
  • Gulliver (Italy) – now SEP

H[edit]

Harrison Machine Works 1882 tractor.
  • Haas (US)
  • Hahn-Eclipse (US)
  • Hanomag (Germany)
  • Hanomag-Barreiros (Spain)
  • Hanzi (China)
  • Happy Farmer (US)
  • Harrison Machine Works (Belleville, Illinois, USA)
  • Hart-Parr (US) – merged into the Oliver Farm Equipment Company in 1929 – purchased by Oliver Corporation
  • Hattat Agricultural Engines <http://www.hattattarim.com.tr/en/home/> – TURKEY
  • Hatz (Germany)
  • Heider (US)
  • HELA (Germany)
  • HEMOS
  • Herriau
  • Hesston (US) – tractors were part of Fiat. Hay equipment and name purchased by AGCO
  • Highlander (England) – specialist forestry conversions
  • Hindustan (India) – now MGTL *Mahindra Gujarat
  • Hinomoto (Japan) – acquired by Hitachi and renamed Tierra
  • Hitachi (Japan)
  • Hofherr HSCS (Germany)
  • Hofherr-Schrantz (Hungary)
  • Holder GmbH (Germany)
  • Holt Manufacturing Company (US) – merged with Best to form the Caterpillar Tractor Company
  • Homesteader (US) – Clinton, AR – Garden Tractors
  • Homier Farm-Pro (US)
  • Richard Hornsby & Sons
  • Horwood Bagshaw (Australia)
  • Howard (Australia) – Tractor, Rotavators & Rotary Tillers
  • Howard Farmers (England)
  • HSCS (Hungary)
  • Huber (US)
  • Hume (US)
  • Hydratiller (US)

I[edit]

  • ITM (Iran Tractor Manufacturing Company)[1]
  • IFA (Germany)
  • Illinois (US)
  • IMA (Argentina)[2]
  • IMT (Serbia) Industrija mašina i traktora
  • Imperial (Australia)
  • Imperial Super Drive (Canada)
  • Intercontinental (US)
  • International Harvester (Australia)
  • International Harvester (US) – Agriculture division sold to Tenneco and merged with Case to form Case IH in 1985.
  • Is Bora (Turkey)
  • Ishikawajima-Harima (Japan) – now Shibaura
  • ITC (US)
  • Ivel (England) – invented by Dan Albone

J[edit]

  • J & H Howard
  • Jackson (US)
  • Jeep (US)
  • Jela
  • Jelbart (Australia)
  • Jiangling (China)
  • John Deere Lanz (Germany) – Formerly Lanz AG
  • Jumbo (US)
  • June (Sweden)
  • JWD (UK)

K[edit]

  • Kaelble (Germany)
  • Keck-Gonnerman
  • Kelkel (Germany)
  • Kelly & Lewis (Australia))
  • Kelpie (England)
  • Kemna
  • KHD (Austria)
  • Kínai
  • Kirloskar (India)
  • Kirov Plant (Russia)
  • Kirschmann (US)
  • Kitten (US)
  • Kiva (France)
  • Knudson (US)
  • Kodiak (US)
  • Kögel (Germany)
  • Kolomenec (Russia)
  • Komatsu (Japan)
  • Komatsu International (Japan)
  • Kommunar (USSR)
  • Komnick (Germany)
  • Koni
  • Köpfli (Switzerland)
  • Kramer (Germany) – Merged with Neuson, who then merged with Wacker AG
  • Krasser (Austria)
  • Kuhnhausen (Germany)
  • Kullmo (Sweden)
  • Kullervo (Finland)
  • Kumiai (Japan)
  • Kunow (US)

L[edit]

  • L&T – John Deere (India) – joint venture, bought out by Deere & Company
  • Labourier (France)
  • Landhope (Japan) – by Iseki
  • Landleader (Japan) – by Iseki
  • LandTrac (US) – by Long
  • Lanz (Germany), – bought out in 1956 by John Deere & Company
  • Latil (France)
  • Lauer (Germany?)
  • Lauson (US)
  • Le Percheron (France)
  • Le Pratique (France)
  • Le Robuste (France)
  • Legras (France)
  • Lehr's Big Boy (US)
  • Lely Multipower (US)
  • Leo Rumely (US)
  • LeRoi (US)
  • LESA (Italy)
  • LeTourneau (US)
  • Leyland (England) – later Marshall
  • LG (South Korea) – now LS
  • LG-Fiat (South Korea) – now LS-New Holland
  • LG Montana (US) – now Montana
  • LG-New Holland (South Korea) – now LS-New Holland
  • LHB (Germany)
  • Liaz (Czech)
  • Liberty (US)
  • Lightforce Deluxe
  • Lightforce Tractore
  • Linn maker of the Linn tractorRepublic Motor Truck Company (US)
  • Lioness (England)
  • Li-Trac (Germany)
  • Little Giant (US)
  • Loiseau (France)
  • Loko-Mobil
  • Long (US)
  • LongAgri (US)
  • LTS (Germany)
  • Luoyang Fiat (China)
  • LUX-TRAC (Luxembourg)

M[edit]

N[edit]

O[edit]

P[edit]

  • PAL (US)
  • Panda
  • Panzer (US)
  • Paramount (US)
  • Parca
  • Parrett (US)
  • Pavesi (Italy)
  • Pavesi-Tolotti (Italy)
  • Peerless (US)
  • Perl (Austria)
  • Petropoulos (Greece)
  • PGS (Italy)
  • Phillips (Australia)
  • Phoenix (Australia)
  • Pillman (South Africa)
  • Pioneer (China)
  • Planet, Jr (US)
  • Plymouth (US) – became Silver King
  • PMA (Algeria) – now Cirta
  • Polytrac (Switzerland)
  • Porsche (Germany)
  • Port Huron (US)
  • Power Track
  • Power-Horse (US)
  • President (England) – Designed by BMB (British Motor Boats)
  • Price (US)
  • Primul (USSR)
  • Primus (Germany)
  • Profintern (USSR)
  • PTZ (Kazhakistan)
  • Punjab (India)

Q[edit]

  • Quaker Mule (US)
  • Quattrino
  • Quincy (US)

R[edit]

  • RÁBA (Hungary)
    • RÁBA-Steiger
  • Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies (England)
  • Rayes (US)
  • Raygo Wagner (US)
  • Red Star
  • Reeves (US)
  • Rein Drive (Canada)
  • Remington (US)
  • Renault agri (France) – purchased by Claas in 2003
  • Renault Sonalika International (RSI) – (Mauritus/India)
  • Rhino International (US)
  • Rice (US)
  • Richard Continental (France)
  • Richter (Australia)
  • RIP (France)
  • Rite (US)
  • Ritscher (Germany)
  • Roadless (England)
  • Robey (England) – Steam tractors
  • Rock Island (US) – purchased Heider, was purchased by Case
  • Rockol (US)
  • Rogers (US)
  • Rohff (France)
  • Röhr (Germany)
  • ROLA (Sweden)
  • Rollo (Denmark)
  • Rome (US)
  • Ronaldson Tippett (Australia)
  • Roux
  • Royal (Germany)
  • Rumely (US)
  • Ruston (England)
  • Ruslan (Argentina)
  • Russell (US)
  • Ruston & Hornsby (England)
  • Ruston, Proctor and Company (England) – Steam tractors

S[edit]

  • S.W.Wood (US)
  • Sabatier (France)
  • SAME (Italian) – Taken over by Deutz-Fahr
  • SAME Greaves (India) – a joint venture, wholly purchased by Same Deutz-Fahr
  • Samson (US)
  • Sandusky (US)
  • Satoh (Japan) – merged with Mitsubishi
  • Saunderson (England)
  • Scemia (France)
  • Schilter (Switzerland)
  • Schindler (Germany)
  • Schlueter (Germany)
  • Schneider
  • Schramm (US)
  • Scientific Farming Machinery Company (US)
  • Selene (Italy)
  • Sepa (Italy)
  • Shakti (India)
  • Shaw (US)
  • Shire
  • SIFT (France)
  • Silver King (US)
  • SIMAR-Bodenfräse (Switzerland)
  • Simpac Trak (Italy)
  • Simpson Jumbo (US)
  • Sirio (Italy)
  • Skoda (Czech)
  • SLC – John Deere (Brazil) – a joint venture, wholly purchased by Deere & Company
  • SM
  • Smallholder (England)
  • Société Française de Vierzon (France) – purchased by Case
  • Someca (France) – purchased by Fiat
  • Speedy
  • Squire (Australia)
  • Steiger (US) – purchased by Case
  • Steinbock (Austria)
  • Sterling (Canada)
  • Steyr-Nigeria (Nigeria)
  • Store (Yugoslavia)
  • Strong
  • Sunshine (Australia)
  • Sunshine (Kubota) (Japan)
  • Sunshine Massey Harris (Scotland/Australia)
  • Superson
  • Sutcliff
  • Svedala (Sweden)
  • Svoboda (Czech)
  • Swed-Trac (Sweden)
  • Standard (India)
  • Sonalika International (India)

T[edit]

  • TAISSA (Spain)
  • Takra (Finland)
  • TAS (US)
  • Tasker
  • Taylor (US)
  • Terra Power
  • Terratrac (US) – crawler tractors built by American Tractor Company – purchased by J.I. Case
  • Thieman (US)
  • Thomas-Bilt (US)
  • Thorobred (US)
  • TianTuo (China)
  • Tidaholms (Sweden)
  • Tiger (US)
  • Tiger (China)
  • Tiger (Ranger) (Japan)
  • TigerTrac (US)
  • Titan (US)
  • Titan (Steiger) (US)
  • Titano (Italy)
  • Titus (Germany)
  • Toft (Australia)
  • Tom Moore (US)
  • Toma Vinković (Croatia) – now TTB
  • Torpedo (Croatia)
  • Torpedo Deutz (Croatia)
  • Tortone (Argentina)
  • Track Marshall (England)
  • trac-technik (Germany)
  • Tractocoop (France)
  • Tractor Supply Co. (US)
  • Tractormobile (US)
  • Tratoretto (Brazil)
  • Trojan (US)
  • Trusty (England)
  • TUR (Poland)
  • Turf Boss
  • TurkFiat (Turkey) – now New Holland
  • Turner (England)
  • Twin City tractors (US) – merged to become Minneapolis-Moline
  • Twister (US)

U[edit]

  • U.T.B. (Romania) – now just Universal UTB
  • Uncle Sam (US)
  • Unigraf
  • United (US)
  • UniTrak (Germany)
  • Universal (US) – built in Ohio
  • UPD
  • Upton (Australia)
  • Ursus Hellas (Greece)
  • Ursus Italtractor (Italy)
  • Urtrak (Germany)
  • Utos (Romania)
  • Uzel – (Turkey) ([3])

V[edit]

W[edit]

  • WACO (Austria)
  • Wagner (US)
  • Wallis (US) – purchased by Massey-Harris
  • Wallis & Stevens (US)
  • Wallis & Steevens (England) – Steam tractor (Note odd spelling of name)
  • Waltanna (Australia)
  • Walter Barrett (US)
  • Wards (US)
  • Warrior (Italy)
  • Waterloo Boy (US) – purchased by Deere & Company
  • Weber (US)
  • Webfoot (US)
  • Welte
  • Werner (Germany)
  • Western (US)
  • Wesseler (Germany)
  • Wheel Ox (US)
  • White (US) – purchased by AGCO Corporation
  • White Oliver (US)
  • Whiting-Bull (US)
  • Wikov (US) – (certain products now manufactured by Wisconsin Engineering [4])
  • WildCat (US)
  • Williames (Australia)
  • Winget (Australia)
  • Winget (UK) – More noted for site dumpers & plant (was part of Babcock & Wilcox for a time)
  • Wisconsin (US)
  • Wood Brothers (US)
  • Woods & Copeland (US) – purchased by Rome
  • Woody
  • Worthington Mower Company (US)
  • Wright (South Africa)

X[edit]

  • XT3 (Ukraine)

Y[edit]

  • Yankee (US)
  • Yewers (Australia)

Z[edit]

  • Zadrugar (Yugoslavia)
  • Zanello (Argentina)
  • Zanello (Pauny)(Argentina) – now Pauny Rino
  • Zaporozhec (Ukraine)
  • Zebra (US)
  • Zetor (Czech) with Zetor Crystal built in Poland by Ursus
  • ZTS (Slovak)

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