A Video Evolution of Massey Ferguson Tractors

Massey Ferguson delivers ease-of-use and straightforward dependability to countless farms around the world. Extending from ruggedly simple to high-horsepower/high-specification models, Massey Ferguson has been one of the world’s leading tractor brands for more than four decades. With a heritage of over 160 years, the brand is a symbol of pride and accomplishment. Its unrivaled global experience gives Massey the Ferguson team unique insights into the needs of today’s and tomorrow’s farmers. The video below shows a brief look at the evolution of Massey Ferguson Tractors. Check it out and you can even see some behind-the-scenes shots in AGCO’s Beauvais, France manufacturing plant.

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10 Responses to “A Video Evolution of Massey Ferguson Tractors”

  • Guy Conan:

    My current fleet of Massey Ferguson equipment consists of one 4900,one 4880,two 4840 four wheel drive tractors that will soon need replacing.I also am running one 2745,one 5455 mfd tractor along with two Massey zero turn mowers and a garden tractor for tilling the garden.My harvest equipment consist of one 8780xp and a 9690,I also use two 220 Massey windrowers.I have always bought from Full Line Ag in Saskatoon and they have served me well.Its a shame that Massey does not have a full line,because I can,t buy a Massey articulating four wheel drive tractor I have to take my buisness elsewhere and if I,m buying a Case four wheel drive I might as well buy their combines as well.To bad,I think Massey is the best,this is my current list of equipment,I can,t even think of how many have been on this farm for the past sixty years,lol

    • Marcel R. Aquin:

      Hi Guy,
      We also run MF combines a 8570, and 860, along with a 9220 swather, a new 2400GC , but because we couldn’t get a MF 4wd we picked up a Challenger MT765 new 7 years ago and a Rogator 1074 this last winter. Just one question to you why would you even consider a different combine or swather when you got the best. Who cares it’s not all the same color. We’ve run nothing but MF combines since our first one my Grandpa bought in 1949 a MH 21 as for tractors swathers and seeding equipment we’ve had everything you can think of. Challenger makes an awesome track tractor and the 4 wd stacks up well against CaseIH and puts JD to shame.

  • Guy Conan:

    Hello Marcel,Case has been in my yard many times lately and if I buy a four wheel drive and then combines and a high clearance sprayer the deals get real good.In western Canada we need four wheel drives and high clearance sprayers and for some reason there is none in the Massey Ferguson line up.What part of the world you from Marcel?

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    Nice blog, your blog has good information about the automotive parts, we use Windsor’s Massey Ferguson Tractor spare parts for our tractor and having great result.

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    Could you please send to us by e.mail any training or practice drill.
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