The brothers Cyrus and Robert Avery founded the Avery company in 1874 building cultivators and planters (note that Avery should not be confused with B.F. Avery & Sons). By 1891 the company had located to Peoria, Illinois, and begun building stream tractors. Avery first entered the tractor market with the Farm & City in 1909, which looked more like a truck. Avery introduced a line of tractors but fell into trouble during the Depression. The company reorganized several times, but finally closed for good at the onset of World War II.
Model Power Years
No photo available Avery 12-20 22hp 1920 - 1922
Avery 12-25 tractor photo Avery 12-25 27hp 1912 - 1922
Avery 14-28 tractor photo Avery 14-28 31hp 1919 - 1922
No photo available Avery 15-25 27hp -
Avery 18-36 tractor photo Avery 18-36 27hp 1916 - 1922
No photo available Avery 20-35 38hp 1923 - 1927
Avery 25-50 tractor photo Avery 25-50 55hp 1916 - 1923
Avery 40-80 tractor photo Avery 40-80 88hp 1913 - 1920
No photo available Avery 5-10 11hp 1920 - 1922
No photo available Avery 7-14 15hp -
No photo available Avery 8-15 16hp -
No photo available Avery 8-16 17hp 1916 - 1922
No photo available Avery Farm & City 0hp 1909 - 1919
Avery Ro-Trak tractor photo Avery Ro-Trak 0hp 1938 - 1941
No photo available Avery Track Runner 0hp 1922 - 1925