Deen Sleezer owned his first Massey Ferguson (a 410 Combine) in 1969. After he was introduced to the quick attach system, there was no turning back. Today he is a proud owner and operator of many Massey Ferguson machines. With the help of his sister Judy, the duo is able to tackle challenges on their 4,000 acrcorn and soybean farm in Gibson City, Illinois. Hear about why he loves his Massey Fergusons and why he chooses to farm.
In 1979, Cliff Surle decided to become a farmer in Burley, Idaho. Little did he know today he would be farming around 5,000 acres along with his four brothers on their farm known as Moo Valley Cow Palace. With the help of his Massey Ferguson 8680, Cliff raises many different crops such as potatoes, sugar beets, oats, wheat, barley, alfalfa, corn silage and grain corn. When he is not tending to his crops, he and his family also raise 500 dairy cows. Watch this video to see how Cliff’s Massey Ferguson 8680 helps out on the farm.
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Luke Swetland and his family live in Fredericktown, Ohio and are proud owners of many Massey Ferguson tractors. Their first piece of Massey Ferguson equipment was a 101 Junior, which still sits in the barn along with many other models that are refurbished and painted with a “Massey Ferguson red” that you can see glowing in the field. Luke, his father and grandfather make it a tradition each year to take each of the older models for a drive just to make sure they are in mint condition. Luke told us “the older tractors are something very valuable to our family that can be passed down to generations.” Heritage tractors are not the only type of Massey Ferguson the Swetlands are interested in. On their farm they are currently running an 8660. In the video below you will hear from Luke along with Tommy Keeran, who is very familiar with the Massey Ferguson 8660.
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The Massey Ferguson Across America team recently visited Glenn Mast in Columbus, Mississippi on his 7,000 acre farm. Glenn is the proud owner of a Massey Ferguson 8660, which he uses to help farm cotton, corn and soybeans. When he is not using it for row crops, he also uses it to dig ponds for catfish and irrigation. Watch the video and see how Glenn uses his Massey Ferguson 8660.
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From the powerful Massey Ferguson HD Loader to the luxurious Fendt 800 Series, the 2011 Fast Forward AGCO North America Launch had much to reveal to dealers this year. We hit the red carpet to get reactions. Here is what we heard…
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