Versatile is a Canadian manufacturer of four-wheel drive and large row-crop tractors. Verastile traces had its roots with the Hydraulic Engineering Company of Toronto, which was founded in 1947 making small agricultural implements. Versatile was purchased by Ford-New Holland in 1987 and build New Holland four-wheel drive tractors until CNH was required to divest the plant in 2000. Buhler Indutries acquired the Winnipeg factory and the rights to the Versatile name. Versatile is now owned by Russian manufacturer Rostelmash.
Versatile - official site
Versatile-Tractors.com - A history of Versatile and the early tractor models