Kioti is the trade name for Daedong in the United States as well as other places. Does that make Daedong the parent for Kioti? I guess so.
Daedong also produces some or all the CUT / utility models FOR the McCormick and Landini brands... Both of which ARE owned by the same parent company, ARGO Tractors SpA .
On the back of local farmers/neighbours good experiences in 75-100hp machines, our first Daedong/Kioti, a 100hp machine has been delivered this week displacing the CNH's, Landini's, McCormick's we usually run in this power/size....on back of this initial purchase & expected satisfaction with performance we intend to order another 5 during the next 12months as multipurpose/utility tractors for our farms
Sounds like a prison in North Vietnam
At the moment we're harvesting wheat (post finishing c.6000acres of canola a while ago) - By this seasons end, in wheat we'll have harvested 11,200acres of our own + 3600acres share farming + another c.4000acres+ contracting harvesting across two states/750miles with our c. 10x mobile crew operating 7 headers ( 4x "transient" newer machines & 3x "clunkers" that stay on their "home" farms) & assorted traveling trucks/trailers/chaser bins we move around.
In tractors we run just about everything: from lawn ride ons like our JD LT155's & JD415's, CUT's like Iseki TX21260's & Kubota B7100's, 90-130hp Utilities like Landini's/McCormicks/Mercedes & now Daedong to broadacre/row cropping machines from old White's/IH's/JD's/MF's @150hp+ to 300-600hp+ Acrematers/Steigers/NH/Case.
Thanks for the reply. Does it mean its not advisable?
I'd have prefer someone who once used it tell me something about it
or y'all know anyone who's got used for sale?