COVID-19 update 20-12-21:

The LAMMA Show announced today that it will move its dates from January 11 and 12 to May 4 and 5, 2022, in response to the evolving COVID-19 situation due to the Omicron variant.


Fendt will be using LAMMA 2022 to showcase a huge range of new machines across its full line inventory.

You can expect to see new and updated models in all Fendt’s product ranges including tractors, combines, balers, green harvest machinery, forage harvesters, forage wagons, telehandlers and sprayers.

One of the core features across a lot of the range is the FendtONE operator platform, which encompasses onboard and offboard task management and brings them together as one, linking the operator and his machine with the farm office or any location with an internet connection and a smart device.

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Job planning, work monitoring and accurate record keeping are all made easier, with the display appearance and layout similar whether it is viewed in the tractor cab or the farm office, thus simplifying operator training and helping avoid confusion and errors.

Since its launch two years ago, the FendtONE control concept has been rolled out across the range as series are updated and new 500 and 900 Vario models, which are the latest to gain FendtONE cabs, will be shown at LAMMA for the first time.

For 2022 all models will share a similar 10-inch digital dashboard display and the latest FendtONE armrest and multi-function control joystick. Specification levels from Power Plus upwards also have GPS guidance and additional functions available through the armrest-mounted 12-inch terminal.

For complex field tasks and demanding operations, an additional 12-inch roof-mounted display terminal can be added.

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That aside, experienced Fendt users will feel immediately at home with the new cab layout and controls' familiar appearance and feel.

Also on the stand will be Fendt’s Ideal 10 combine. This range consists of four models with single or dual highly-efficient Helix rotors and the unique IdealBalance cleaning system.

High work rates, an excellent grain sample and low losses are achieved using this and users can easily switch between chopping and spreading the straw or leaving it in great condition for baling.

Upgrades for 2022 include lane guidance, allowing the farm fleet to follow the same wheel tracks without any need for offsetting. The VarioGuide automatic steering, with RTK, ensures compatibility with Control Traffic Farming (CTF) regimes.

Fendt's large square balers and Rotana variable and fixed chamber round balers will also be displayed. New options for the Rotana include onboard film wrapping while users can conveniently and quickly switch between net and film when making silage and straw bales in a short time window.

From the grass harvest machinery line-up, there will be mowers, rakes, tedders and bale wrappers, including the new generation lightweight Fendt Slicer front and rear mowers and mower-conditioners.

Fendt’s Former grass rakes have also been updated and, like all other models in the grass harvesting range, feature new styling and an upgraded paint finish.

It also increased its range of Tigo loader wagons in 2021, when the new VR all-in-one loading wagon joined existing PR and XR models. Optimum feed quality, high capacity and rapid unloading are achieved by all Tigo models which come in capacities from 31-

54 m³, and latest versions will be available to view.

Another standout exhibit will be the latest Katana forage harvester, which has had recent upgrades to the Katana 650, including extra power, increased working efficiency and four-wheel-drive as standard.

The innovative Fendt Cargo T955 telehandler with its unique lifting cab will also be present on the stand.