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    Avery Tractor History

    The brothers Cyrus and Robert Avery founded the Avery company in 1874 building cultivators and planters (note that Avery should not be confused with B.F. Avery & Sons). By 1891 the company had located to Peoria, Illinois, and begun building stream tractors. Avery first entered the tractor market with the Farm & City in 1909, which looked more like a truck. Avery introduced a line of tractors but fell into trouble during the Depression. The company reorganized several times, but finally closed for good at the onset of World War II.


    Avery farm tractors
    5-10 7-14 8-16 8-15 12-20
    12-25 14-28 15-25 18-36 20-35
    25-50 40-80 Farm & City Ro-Trak  


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