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Product : Massey Ferguson is pleased to announce it is setting a new standard with the introduction of the MF 6700 S Series, which includes the world’s first 200 hp, four-cylinder agricultural tractor.
Product : The recently-launched MF 300 Xtra tractors with exclusive features and comprehensive after-sales support are now available to purchase new exclusively through the official MF Dealer Network.
Massey Ferguson reports that the 67,000th combine harvester to be produced at AGCO’s Breganze Manufacturing Facility in Italy – an MF Beta 7370 - has arrived at its destination in Sweden.
Massey Ferguson is once again gearing up for another great tractor adventure.
CEJA: In this month’s regular column Alan Jagoe, President of CEJA – the European Council of Young Farmers - discusses the 2016 CEJA General Assembly held in Brussels on 18-19 July
Product : A dressage horse and rider at the height of their game is a breath-taking sight. Precision, discipline, artistry, strength and agility all merge to produce a balletic performance where man and beast are one.
Event: Massey Ferguson reports that enthusiastic crowds turned out to see the historic ’70 Tractors for 70 Years’ parade through the streets of the City of Coventry on 30 July.
Young Farmer: Congratulations to Bryan McKinley who came out top in the Massey Ferguson-sponsored speech-bubble photo competition run at Young Farmers’ Clubs of Ulster AGM & Conference.
Event: 67,000th combine harvester to be manufactured at AGCO Breganze plant in Italy is a Massey Ferguson BETA 7370.
CEJA: The dairy crisis comes under the spotlight in this month’s regular column from Alan Jagoe, President of CEJA – the European Council of Young Farmers.