Pöttinger cultivating North American growth

Pottinger’s Andrew Brown

Austrian family-owned Pöttinger established its first dealership in Canada in 2005 and three years later opened for business in the U.S.

From mowers to seeders, balers and cultivators, the agriculture implement company continues to grow in North America, setting a string of sales records on both sides of the border, says Andrew Brown, president and general manager for Pöttinger in Canada and the U.S.

In this report from Agritechnica in Hanover, Germany, Brown and RealAgriculture’s Shaun Haney discuss the company’s growth and take a look at the features of Pöttinger’s Terria 3-row, trailed stubble cultivators and the versatility and flexibility they deliver.

“It’s a gives us the ability to rip as deep as 11 inches or just up and go as shallow as three inches,” says Brown. “So it gives us some flexibility in what we’re doing. And you can also attach the Amico distribution system so we can put fertilizer or seed down as needed.”  See the video below.

RealAgriculture’s coverage of Agritechnica is brought to you by Optimum GLY, a new canola trait technology from Corteva Agriscience.

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