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Massey Ferguson DELTA Combine Wins Machine of The Year at Agritechnica 2013

The Massey Ferguson MF DELTA combine harvester has won the prestigious Machine of the Year Award at the Agritechnica Show in Hannover.

“Massey Ferguson is now reaping the reward of our investment in developing new and innovative harvesting machinery,” said Richard Markwell, Vice-President and Managing Director, Massey Ferguson, Europe, Africa and Middle East.

“We are very proud to receive the Machine of the Year Award I and must thank all our colleagues in the harvesting division for their innovative ideas, hard work and commitment that has resulted in this great achievement.

“Our clear goal is to deliver combine harvesters of the highest quality and upmost reliability. Our major investment in manufacturing and engineering development at Breganze is now delivering the results that have been recognised by this award,” he said.

The wide range of novel, innovative features on the MF DELTA combine help improve harvesting performance and increase efficiency while reducing power and fuel consumption.

MF 9500 Series Combine, Australian Demonstrations 2012 Part 1

It is harvest time in Australia!
Following the harvest corridor through Australia, seven MF9500 combine demos have hit the paddocks to show customers and local dealers what the MF9500 is made of.
Check out Part 1 of our MF9500 Demo Program – filmed in Queensland and New South Wales.

MF ACTIVA S Combine Harvester walk-around – Agritechnica 2011

Jacob Johnsen, Product Manager AGCO Harvesting, gives us a tour around the Massey Ferguson ACTIVA S combine harvester.  The 5-walker MF 7345S and 6-walker MF 7347S feature AGCO SISU Power-Selective Catalytic Reduction Generation 2 engines and can be fitted with MF’s renowned Power-Flow table. The cab of this combine has a brand new design that delivers increased levels of comfort for the driver. Overall, the MF ACTIVA S is extremely flexible and provides straightforward specification choices and simplicity of operation for the most demanding of harvests.

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