Agriculture Case Studies

Independent farmers and commercial growers around the world rely on Cummins engines and generators. Whether you're harvesting a few acres or maintaining a corporate greenhouse, Cummins has you covered

Click on the articles below to read some of our agriculture customers' success stories.

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Calling all farmers! We know that efficiencies help keep your business successful, so we’ve developed ten tips to help increase your fuel economy and save money.  Watch the video to find out more about how our top tips can help ensure you’re getting the most out of your engine, while minimizing operational costs. Cummins Performance Series is our most powerful and productive agriculture engine range yet, while being the most fuel efficient and minimizing total cost of ownership.
In 2020, Kubota unveiled its largest tractor to date – the 19,510 lb. / 8550 kg M8. Its big features – power, reliability, comfort and value.
    At the recent Dot power platform demo day in Arizona, Ann Schmelzer, Cummins’ General Manager for Global Agriculture caught up with Grainews about how Cummins is powering futuristic and autonomous farming applications. 
When Bandit Industries wanted a Cummins power solution for its new Intimidator® 20XP track whole tree chipper, they chose B6.7 Performance Series engine for high power and torque in a smaller, simpler package. Rated at 326 hp / 243 kW, the B6.7 Performance Series engine is dual certified to meet EU Stage V and EPA Tier 4 Final emissions regulations, giving Bandit Industries the flexibility to access export markets.
Tim and Marney O’Brien own and manage 40,500 hectares (100,000 acres) of irrigated and dryland farm property in the Pilliga and Cryon regions of north-west New South Wales, Australia. In just over 12 months, the O’Briens installed nine Cummins power units as they upgraded and developed the irrigation process for 4,050 hectares (10,000 acres) of their land for cotton farming. In addition, they have approval to develop a further 1,012 hectares (2,500 acres) for cotton.
Australian cotton is considered some of the best in the world for quality and yield. Under a joint venture agreement, CSD (Cotton Seed Distributors) and CSIRO have invested more than AU$70 million in cotton breeding and research since 2007 and by 2024 this investment will reach AU$140m in total. The key challenge now for CSD is providing varieties to meet the demands of the burgeoning cotton industry as new varieties can take up to 13 years to bring to market.
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