AEM is pleased to announce its ag tractor, self-propelled combine, and sugar cane harvester reports for Brazil and Latin America -- with the exception of Argentina and Brazil -- are now available for download via

The data for these reports is published in a consolidated form and is broken down as follows per type of product: 

  • Total retails for 2WD and 4WD farm tractors are reported in total and in three separate horsepower size ranges: 0 < 100; 100 < 180; 180 and Over.
  • Total retails are reported for combines are reported in two separate sizes: 0 < 231; 231 and Over.
  • Total retails are reported for sugar cane harvesters as “All Sizes.”

“This initiative seeks to increase the usage of aggregated data and leverage the capabilities of to showcase information from our statistics program’s participating dealers, investors and local government, as well as bring attention to the advantages of being a participant and a member of AEM,” said Arnold Huerta, AEM’s senior director of Latin American statistics.

The initiative was advocated by and approved by the AEM’s Ag Latin America Statistics Program Sub-Committee in February of 2021. 

For Brazil reports, visit:

For Latin America reports, visit:

The main objective of the AEM Statistics Department in Latin America is to develop, expand and implement statistics programs to help member companies determine market share and, as a result, positively impact their respective bottom lines.

Twenty-five programs have been launched as part of AEM’s Latin America Regional Ag Statistics Program since December of 2016. Of this total, at least 15 are state-level wholesale shipment programs and 9 are state-level retail shipment programs.  They consist of four separate regional programs:

  • Argentina
  • Brazil
  • Mexico
  • Other Latin America (OLA) countries

A total of 13 companies currently participate, including AGCO LAM, Agritech (Brazil), Agrale (Argentina & Brazil), CLAAS Global, CNH Industrial, Deere & Company, Herder, Kubota, LS Tractor, Mahindra, PLA, Yanmar Solis and Woods/Blount.

For more information on AEM’s Latin America Regional Ag Statistics Program or its Statistics Department, contact AEM’s Arnold Huerta at

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