KUHN Equipment Information:
KUHN Equipment began in 1828 by Joseph Kuhn, a blacksmith in France who began by manufacturing weighing equipment. With the aid of his brothers, Joseph Kuhn began manufacturing equipment for agriculture to what we know today as KUHN Equipment, or KUHN North America. Kuhn Equipment is an extension of KUHN Group, one of the largest agriculture designers and manufacturers in the world. Through the last 190 years, KUHN Group has acquired companies such as Knight Manufacturing Group, Krause Corporation, and Audureau, a maker of TMR mixers and bale processors. KUHN Equipment has grown to include factories and subsidiaries in Europe, Brazil, The Netherlands, China, Russia, and the Ukraine. KUHN manufactures and sells a wide range of agricultural equipment from crop and livestock to electronics such as the CCI 1200 ISOBUS terminal.
At KUHN, the goal is to help agriculture businesses get the best ownership experience of quality and innovative equipment in order to sustain and grow their businesses. KUHN Equipment achieves this goal by understanding the adverse needs of farming with employees and designers with a vested interest into the unique challenges the agriculture industry faces. KUHN Equipment relies heavily on innovation, creativity, and building lasting relationships with vendors and customers in order to produce quality equipment. KUHN Equipment works across the KUHN Group to develop partnerships with their global network of affiliates.
KUHN Equipment is known worldwide and has received numerous awards for their pioneering farming equipment. The Excelerator Vertical Tiller System, the KUHN Axis precision fertilizer spreader, SW 4014 square bale wrappers, the KUHN MM 1100 and 1300 Merge Maxx hay merger, the IntelliMix advanced mixer control system, and KUHN Krause Interceptor high speed tillage system are just a few that have received AE50 awards from the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers. Each year the ASABE gives awards for products in the agriculture and engineering industries that are not only innovative but efficient for producers, increases production and improves upon user safety.