May 06, 2011 08:58 ET

Equity Research on AGCO Corp. and Deere & Co. -- Farming Machinery Makers Backed by Strong Agricultural Sector

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Domestically, farming income is on the rise as commodity prices keep climbing. Small and self-employed farming businesses saw income jump considerably in March and February. This rapid rise could lead to increased spending on improving production, benefitting farming equipment suppliers like Deere and Co. and AGCO Corp. Deere & Co. report is accessible for free by registering today at

Globally, several companies within the industry are expanding operations in India and China as demand for farming machinery continues to rise in the two regions. AGCO began production of tractors at its factory in Changzou, China earlier this year and plans to widen its range of products at the site. The move to produce in China is representative of a trend of companies which typically exported to China now moving production closer to market. AGCO Corp. report is accessible for free by registering today at

Moving forward, commodity prices could remain high and widen margins for the agricultural industry for the remainder of the year. The excess capital may also continue to trickle down to farming equipment manufacturers.

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