MACHINERY

Tractor sales continue to normalise following recent highs

New tractor sales were down 18 per cent last month on February 2023.

New tractor sales continue to normalise. Picture Mark Saunders.

New tractor sales continue to normalise. Photo: Mark Saunders.

AROUND 800 new tractors were sold in February, down 18 per cent on the same month last year, which the Tractor and Machinery Association of Australia (TMA) reported follows a recent trend as sales return...

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