Historical agricultural machinery still in practical use
When the enthusiastic part-time farmer Sebastian Bühler from Hann. Münden, cultivates his field, historical Amazone machines are out and about. He uses a D7 Standard seed drill for sowing barley, rape, wheat, oats, and various catch crops. It was built around 1970 and still works reliably today. The part-time farmer spreads his fertiliser with a ZA-F 604 spreader from the 80s, which still looks in top condition today.
But the highlight of his unique collection is an Amazone potato harvester from 1965, which Sebastian Bühler still uses to harvest his potatoes. You can see from this example how long machines last if they are maintained ... and come from Amazone! They are robust and
reliable and you can enjoy them for years to come. The following remains as valid as ever: Outstanding quality and durability - still our hallmark today.