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IH Farmall Tractors
International Harvester (IH) began the decade of the 50s as the dominant tractor manufacturer in the world, and they continued to introduce new and better models through the '60s. But internal problems hurt their sales and IH slipped from number one in market share to number two behind John Deere by the end of the '60s.

The 1950s began with IH replacing their "Letter Models" – the venerable Models A, B, C and F series – with the "Number Series" models. With each new series between 1950 and 1969, the number of models increased and the horsepower of each increased as well.

    In 1951, the Farmall line had reached a milestone – the one-millionth tractor rolled off the production line. At that time, the factory was producing 306 tractors a day, and International Harvester was the number one tractor manufacturer in the world.

IH Farmall Tractors
International Harvester (IH) began the decade of the 50s as the dominant tractor manufacturer in the world, and they continued to introduce new and better models through the '60s. But internal problems hurt their sales and IH slipped from number one in market share to number two behind John Deere by the end of the '60s.

The 1950s began with IH replacing their "Letter Models" – the venerable Models A, B, C and F series – with the "Number Series" models. With each new series between 1950 and 1969, the number of models increased and the horsepower of each increased as well.

    In 1951, the Farmall line had reached a milestone – the one-millionth tractor rolled off the production line. At that time, the factory was producing 306 tractors a day, and International Harvester was the number one tractor manufacturer in the world.

In 1924, International Harvester introduced a new row-crop tractor named the "Farmall". Its pioneering tricycle configuration would dominate US farms for the next 30 years. IHC used the Farmall brand for all their tractors with a row-crop front axle until the 1970s. At that point, the name was phased out before finally disappearing completely in 1975. CNH Global has revived the Farmall brand on some of their modern utility tractors.

IH Farmall Tractors
International Harvester (IH) began the decade of the 50s as the dominant tractor manufacturer in the world, and they continued to introduce new and better models through the '60s. But internal problems hurt their sales and IH slipped from number one in market share to number two behind John Deere by the end of the '60s.

The 1950s began with IH replacing their "Letter Models" – the venerable Models A, B, C and F series – with the "Number Series" models. With each new series between 1950 and 1969, the number of models increased and the horsepower of each increased as well.

    In 1951, the Farmall line had reached a milestone – the one-millionth tractor rolled off the production line. At that time, the factory was producing 306 tractors a day, and International Harvester was the number one tractor manufacturer in the world.

In 1924, International Harvester introduced a new row-crop tractor named the "Farmall". Its pioneering tricycle configuration would dominate US farms for the next 30 years. IHC used the Farmall brand for all their tractors with a row-crop front axle until the 1970s. At that point, the name was phased out before finally disappearing completely in 1975. CNH Global has revived the Farmall brand on some of their modern utility tractors.

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