In 1969 blacksmith Alfons Holmer takes over his father's small workshop in Eggmühl, Bavaria. In 1974 the first 6-row self-propelled HOLMER sugar beet harvester is built there in cooperation with the sugar refinery30.10.2019
Just in time for Agritechnica 2019, HOLMER presents a new lifting unit: the HRO. The HRO Oppel wheel lifting unit works extremely gently, especially in light, sandy and moist soils, and achieves optimum harvesting quality under these...25.10.2019
At Agritechnica 2017, HOLMER unveiled the Terra Felis 3 with...
On September 26, 2019, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue and the President of the American Farm Bureau Federation Zippy Duvall, gathered first-hand information about the sugar beet harvest. The day began with Secretary Perdue and...28.09.2019
What's new at Agritechnica? What's going on in the HOLMER production halls? What are the HOLMER apprentices doing? And of course: the most beautiful pictures of HOLMER machines from all over the world. From beet harvesting in Azerbaijan and China to slurry driving in Estonia and France, to beet loading in Russia and the USA. All this can now be...16.08.2019
Harvest and load beet only with the HOLMER tips for optimising lifting and loading quality. The opening of the sugar market has increased the pressure on sugar production in recent years. In order to be able to produce competitively within the world market, all process steps must be executed efficiently. The requirements for an efficient...04.10.2019
After moving to our new warehouse in Schierling in the spring of 2018, all processes have been running smoothly and it is time to clear out what we no longer need. Now is your chance: We clean up and you benefit from unbeatable prices for spare parts! With the large sale of overstocks, and new as well as used, generally overhauled products,...01.08.2019