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AGCO Corporation (AG)

3/29/2006 Proxy Information

At March 17, 2006, the Company had loans to Mr. Ratliff in the amount of $4.0 million bearing interest at 5.46% related to an executive life insurance program. The loan proceeds were used to purchase life insurance policies owned by Mr. Ratliff. The Company maintains a collateral assignment in the policies. In lieu of making the interest payments under the notes, the loan interest is reported as compensation. In addition, the Company has agreed to reimburse Mr. Ratliff for his annual tax liability associated with this additional compensation.

In addition, Mr. Ratliff’s step-son-in-law, Randall G. Hoffman, is the Company’s Senior Vice President — Global Sales and Marketing. Mr. Hoffman’s combined annual salary and bonus during 2005 was $297,125. Mr. Ratliff also has a step-son and a son-in-law who work for the Company, with combined annual salaries and bonuses of $91,551 and $163,337, respectively, during 2005.

During 2005 and 2004, the Company had net sales of $153.8 million and $162.8 million, respectively, to BayWa Corporation in the ordinary course of business. Mr. Deml, a director of the Company, is President and Chief Executive Officer of BayWa Corporation.

During 2005, the Company made license fee payments and purchased raw materials, including engines, totaling approximately $184.5 million from Caterpillar Inc. in the ordinary course of business. Mr. Shaheen, a director of the Company, is one of the Group Presidents of Caterpillar Inc.

3/28/2005 Proxy Information

At March 11, 2005, the Company had loans to Mr. Ratliff in the amount of $4.0 million bearing interest at 5.46% related to an executive life insurance program. The loan proceeds were used to purchase life insurance policies owned by Mr. Ratliff. The Company maintains a collateral assignment in the policies. In lieu of making the interest payments under the notes, the loan interest is included as compensation. In addition, the Company has agreed to reimburse Mr. Ratliff for his annual tax liability associated with this additional compensation.

In addition, Mr. Ratliff’s step-son-in-law, Randall G. Hoffman, is the Company’s Senior Vice President and General Manager, Challenger Division. Mr. Hoffman’s combined annual salary and bonus during 2004 was $333,515. Mr. Ratliff also has a step-son and a son-in-law who work for the Company, with combined annual salaries and bonuses of $87,859 and $186,907, respectively, during 2004.

During 2004 and 2003, the Company had net sales of $186.5 million and $116.1 million, respectively, to BayWa Corporation in the ordinary course of business. Mr. Deml, a director of the Company, is President and Chief Executive Officer of BayWa Corporation.

3/23/2004 Proxy Information

At March 12, 2004, the Company had loans to Mr. Ratliff in the amount of $4.0 million bearing interest at 5.46% related to an executive life insurance program. The loan proceeds were used to purchase life insurance policies owned by Mr. Ratliff. The Company maintains a collateral assignment in the policies. In lieu of making the interest payments under the notes, the loan interest is included as compensation to the executive. In addition, the Company has agreed to reimburse Mr. Ratliff for his annual tax liability associated with this additional compensation.

In addition, Mr. Ratliff’s step-son-in-law, Randall G. Hoffman, is the Company’s Senior Vice President and General Manager, Challenger Division. Mr. Hoffman’s combined annual salary and bonus during 2003 was $221,039. Mr. Ratliff also has a step-son and a son-in-law who work for the Company, with combined annual salaries and bonuses of $73,056 and $112,317, respectively, during 2003.

During 2003, the Company had net sales of $116.1 million to BayWa Corporation in the ordinary course of business. Mr. Deml, a director of the Company, is President and Chief Executive Officer of BayWa Corporation.

In March 2004, the Board of Directors appointed Martin Richenhagen as President and Chief Executive Officer to replace Mr. Ratliff. Mr. Richenhagen’s appointment will be effective upon receipt of the appropriate immigration approval. Mr. Richenhagen will receive a base salary of $750,000 per year and a bonus of between 0% and 150% of base salary dependent upon achievement of corporate goals. Upon the effectiveness of his appointment, Mr. Richenhagen will receive 3,500 restricted shares of the Company’s Common Stock that vest in three equal installments commencing in three years and an award of 100,000 shares of the Company’s Common Stock under the LTIP.

3/25/2003 Proxy Information

At March 14, 2003, the Company had loans to Mr. Ratliff in the amount of $4.0 million bearing interest at 5.46% related to an executive life insurance program. The loan proceeds were used to purchase life insurance policies owned by Mr. Ratliff. The Company maintains a collateral assignment in the policies. In lieu of making the interest payments under the notes, the loan interest is included as compensation to the executive. In addition, the Company has agreed to reimburse Mr. Ratliff for his annual tax liability associated with this additional compensation.

During 2002, the Company had net sales of $130.2 million to BayWa Corporation in the ordinary course of business. Mr. Deml, a director of the Company, is President and Chief Executive Officer of BayWa Corporation.

During 2002, the Company had loans outstanding to executive officers for the purpose of exercising stock options bearing interest at 6% as follows: Mr. Ratliff — $90,000, Mr. Seaver — $60,000 and Mr. Boyd — $153,325. The principal amounts of these loans were repaid to the Company during 2002. The outstanding interest associated with these loans will either be repaid or forgiven in 2003.