Posts Tagged ‘Agritechnica 2011’

MF 7600 wins Machine of the Year 2012 – Day Three, Agritechnica 2011

The Massey Ferguson 7600 Dyna-VT has won the title prestigious Machine of the Year Award at the Agritechnica Show. The tractor, which made its debut at the event, took top honours in the medium to high-horsepower (180hp to 260hp) category in the awards, organised by the DLV publishing company.

In this video, Campbell Scott, Director Sales Engineering and Brand Development, Florian Tschirschnitz and Christian Forster, tell us all about what makes the MF 7600 range a multiple award winner.

MF 6455 Steep nose tractor walk-around with Campbell Scott – Day five, Agritechnica 2011

Campbell Scott, Brand Development Manager for Massey Ferguson runs through the unique features of the new steep-nosed 115hp MF 6455 Dyna-6 tractor, brand new at the Agritechnica Show 2011. Exciting new features, like the sheet metal sloping bonnet, give the driver superior visibility for tasks involving loaders or front linkages.

MF 2170XD large square baler walk-around with Alan Haycocks – Day five, Agritechnica 2011

Alan Haycocks, Sales Engineer AGCO Harvesting, gives us a tour around the brand new high-capacity MF 2170 XD – which produces a bale size of 1.2m wide by 0.9m tall.  It produces 20% more density than a standard baler – thanks to a beefed up flywheel and stronger overall frame. This means less twine, more density per bale and less transport costs overall.

MF 5400 tractor walk-around with Campbell Scott – Day Two, Agritechnica 2011

We join Campbell Scott – Massey Ferguson Brand Development Manager, on a tour of the MF 5450, the perfect tractor for the European market. We take a close look at the new design complete with high visibility steep nose bonnet that’s already proving very beneficial to users when working with a front loader or linkage.

The MF 5400 range  comes with the reliable Dyna-4 transmission and the widest choice of cabs in the market within this power class. The four new models span from 80hp to 105hp and all are powered by 4.4 litre 4-cylinder engines.