Canadian tractor sales down in April
Canadian tractor sales are down 13 percent year-over-year, according to the Association of Equipment Manufacturers’ monthly “Flash Report.”
For the month of April, the decrease was just six percent.
Two-wheel drive smaller tractors were down only 2 percent from April while 40 and 100 HP were up 12 percent. Sales of two-wheel-drive 100+ HP, however were down 30 percent and four-wheel drive tractors were down 19 percent for the month.
Overall, two-wheel drive smaller tractors under 40 HP are down 12 percent from 2019, 40 & under 100 HP are down 8 percent.
Combine sales have been down the most in Canada, with a 35 percent year-over-year decrease. That mark was 30 percent in April.
U.S. tractor sales up 12 percent in April