Ladewagen, historisch
Werk, historisch
Siloblockschneider, historisch


Originating from a village forge, the Strautmann company has evolved into one of the leading businesses in the agricultural engineering industry in the last 85 years. Nowadays, the company produces a wide range of feeding and transport technology products at three locations and sells its machines almost all around the world.

2012 - 2019


Start-up of the Strautmann surface technology.

Versuch, Gebäude


Launch of the test and development centre.



Felix Rademacher joins the management.

Construction of a new administration and exhibition building in Bad Laer.

Luftbild, Hungaria

Strautmann Hungaria

Since 2015 the Strautmann Group was extended by Strautmann Gepgyartas Hungaria Kft. The production site with 100 employees is placed in the hungarian Matranovak. They are specialized on sheet metal production and welding components.

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The Winkelmann Group from Ahlen obtains the heating and building technology segment from Strautmann by means of a strategic acquisition, while Strautmann focuses on agricultural engineering and environmental technology.


Strautmann Hungaria becomes part of the Strautmann Group.


Luftbild Bad Laer 2019


Expansion of the production areas by 3,000 m².

2000 - 2011
Wolfgang und Philipp Strautmann


The 4th generation takes responsibility in the company. Philipp Strautmann takes over the management of Pol-Strautmann and becomes a member of the management board of B. Strautmann & Söhne.



Introduction of the CFS system into the forage wagon series

Verti-Mix SF alt


The first Verti-Mix SF model is sold.

1967 - 1994
Verti-Mix alt


Development and production start of the vertical Verti-Mix fodder mixing wagons.

The 3rd generation with Wolfgang, Klaus Peter and Heinz-Bernhard Strautmann takes over the management of the business.

Halle Pol-Strautmann


Foundation of the POL-Strautmann company in Lwówek, Poland. Production of tipping trailers and welded assemblies, later of Silotrailer models there.

First silage wagon, Strautmann becomes the trendsetter here.

Ladewagen LBF historisch


Development of the first forage wagon with dosing unit LBF 740.

Siloblockschneider historisch


Development of the first equipment for picking up silage.

After development of the diffusion-free plastic foil, the flat silo finds acceptance throughout Northern Europe. As a pioneering company in this segment, Strautmann presents the first equipment for picking up and distributing silage.

1951 - 1963
Fließband Ladewagen historisch


Development of the first Ladeblitz forage wagons. Due to the large quantities, assembly lines are also introduced in the forage wagon production shortly afterwards.

Strautmann Werk historisch


17/02/1957 Move to the current premises.

Streuer Zeichnung historisch


Development of the first manure spreader. By 1956, assembly line production of the Streublitz manure spreaders is introduced. Sale of 200 spreaders a year.

Bernhard Strautmann
Heinrich Strautmann
Hermann Strautmann


Foundation of a general partnership by Bernhard Johannes Strautmann and his three sons Hermann, Heinrich and Bernhard Strautmann.

1885 - 1947
Programm 1947


The product portfolio is supplemented by knife grinding machines and hoeing equipment by 1947. World War II caused an interim operational setback, which had to be borne by the 25 members of staff at that time.

Werk, historisch


Purchase of the bankrupt Carl Hagedorn agricultural machinery business in Laer for 32,000 Reichsmark by the master blacksmith Bernhard Strautmann. Here, the production of agricultural equipment such as drag rakes, potato mashers as well as beet and straw cutters starts. This business is operated under the name "Fabrik landwirtschaftlicher Geräte" (note of transl.: Factory of Agricultural Equipment).

Schmiede Winkelsetten


Takeover of the parents' forge in Winkelsetten, where horses are shoed, cartwheels are manufactured and structural iron is forged.

Bernhard Strautmann sen


The company founder Bernhard Johannes Strautmann is born in Winkelsetten near Laer on 20/09/1885. After learning the blacksmith's trade with the Hagedorn company in Bad Laer and several years as a journeyman, Bernhard Johannes Strautmann returns to Laer shortly before World War I and takes over the parents' forge on the family farm in Winkelsetten.

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B. Strautmann & Söhne