Fendt adds mowers, rakes, combines and balers to range

Fendt has moved a step closer to a complete machinery offering after adding grass-harvesting kit and combines to its existing line-up of tractors and foragers.

Most of the gear has been sourced from other Agco-owned brands and dressed in Fendt’s trademark green livery, but the company hopes a few subtle differences and a good local dealer will tempt plenty of punters.

See also: Video: On test – Fendt’s monster 500hp 1050

Hay and forage equipment

The firm’s Fella-based four-drum Cutter mowers come in both front and rear set-ups and use a quick-release blade system.

Fendt Cutter

Fendt Cutter mower

Two 3m front-mounted versions are available – one of which uses a trailing linkage to follow ground contours with working widths between 2.86-3.26m. The other is simply attached to the front linkage and gives up to five degrees of lateral movement.

Those who are after a rear-carried machine can chose between a side-mounted drum set-up with sprung suspension, or a centre-mounted option with its TurboLift system to change ground pressure on the move. These are available in widths between 2.55m and 3.06m.

If you prefer a disc mower, the Slicer uses a flat cutter bar with spring suspension as standard. Front and back combination set-ups can extend working widths to 9.3m.

Fendt Slicer disc mower

Fendt Slicer disc mower

The Former rakes offer width options from 3.4m to 12.5m, using one, two or four rotors, while Twister tedders extend from 6.6m to 12.7m.

Fendt Former rake

Fendt Former rake

Fendt Twister tedder

Fendt Twister tedder


The company is launching a five-model range of combines that top out with the hybrid Fendt X-series that offers a cutting width of up to 10.7m.

Power comes from a seven-cylinder, 496hp Agco Power engine and automatic header table leveling can be specced for working on slopes of up to 12%.

Tracks can be specified by users looking to minimise compaction and the standard grain tank has a 12,500-litre capacity.

Fendt X-series combine

Fendt X-series combine

The P-series comes with a choice of 379hp or 404hp engine and eight straw walkers. Headers extend to 9m and the high-capacity straw chopper carries 108 knives.

C-series machines get a six-pot, 360hp block and a cutting width up to 7.7m. A six-row straw chopper, with 88 serrated knives, and a 9,000-litre capacity grain tank are both standard fare, while Fendt ParaLevel with 20% sloping capacity is an option.

The L-series is a five-walker machine that keeps things a bit simpler. The six-cylinder Agco engine delivers a maximum 306hp, while the 8,600-litre grain tank unloads at a rate of 105 litres/sec at a height of 4.2m.

At the smaller end of things is the Fendt E-series. Two models – the 5185 and the 5225 – provide a choice between a four-cylinder, 176hp engine with 5,200-litre grain tank, and a 218hp six-cylinder model with a 6,500-litre tank. Both can be fitted with a 5.5m PowerFlow table.


Big square balers come with a 2.26m pick-up and a double-knotter system that includes an integral impeller fan to provide a constant airstream to keep things clean.

Fendt baler

Fendt baler

All this can be monitored and controlled via the cab-mounted Varioterminal, which offers a number of fine-tuning options to create the perfect bale.


Bale size (width x height)







1290 XD





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