Family business RAUCH

Act responsibly - Provide for the long term - Regionally anchored

Founded in 1921, today RAUCH has entered its fourth and fifth generation as a family-run company.

Two main areas of expertise:


These two areas form the basis of RAUCH's innovative products for:

  • Fertiliser technology

  • Municipal technology

  • Sowing technology as an OEM supplier

Data & Facts

Reliability, optimum working processes and qualified employees are the result of a solid business policy.


Founding year 1921
Legal form GmbH
Location Baden Airpark, Rheinmünster
Employees 407
Apprentices 34
Production capacity ca. 16.000 machines
Patents about 170
Turnover for 2022/2023 128 Mio. Euro
Export share about 73 %

Quality and Innovation "Made in Germany"

Developed and produced in Germany, in use worldwide.

Around the globe, farmers and agricultural contractors are dependent on the high standard of quality, reliability and long lifespan of RAUCH products.

Well over 170 patents as well as numerous awards at national and international leading trade fairs testify to the continuous innovation of the company.

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The RAUCH success story

Innovative agricultural technology since 1921

"The future is a given, however, any progress we make is down to us."


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RAUCH and Bucher strengthen their partnership

For a successful company growth, a strong international market presence, fast development cycles and innovative solutions are indispensable prerequisites. To further optimize these common goals, in 2011 RAUCH strengthened its partnership with BUCHER INDUSTRIES, Switzerland, as the parent company of the KUHN Group, through a capital-increasing minority participation contributed by BUCHER INDUSTRIES.

RAUCH and the Bucher subsidiary KUHN can already look back on 50 years of successful and constantly developing cooperation.

Both companies will continue to operate independently in their organization and management. The management of RAUCH is not affected by the participation of BUCHER.