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Event: As Massey Ferguson’s new product offensive gathers pace, every single machine on the MF stand at Agritechnica is brand-new this year.
Product : Massey Ferguson’s new flagship rake, the MF RK 1404 TRC-PRO, which offers a working width up to 14m, is developed to meet the needs of modern, large-scale farming operations and contractors.
Product : With the introduction of the MF TH.7030, Massey Ferguson is further extending its strong position in the semi-compact telehandler sector.
Product : Massey Ferguson is introducing the ‘S Effect’ across its entire range of high-spec Beauvais-built tractors which make their world-wide debut at the Agritechnica Show in Hannover.
Product : Introducing state-of-the-art engineering in all areas, the MF 2370 Ultra HD is in a class of its own. Producing 20% heavier bales, it delivers market-leading density, capacity and performance.
Product : Two new, 3.1m and 3.6m wide mounted disc mowers in the MF DM TL-V Series fold vertically behind the tractor, providing extra width and even more choice in the fast-expanding Massey Ferguson hay and forage equipment range.
Product : With the launch of two new, three-cylinder tractors Massey Ferguson is further extending the choice in its successful MF 5700 Global Series.
Product : Massey Ferguson, a worldwide brand of AGCO (NYSE:AGCO), is proud to announce the introduction of the new specialist MF 3700 Series, which is due to be launched at Agritechnica, 12-18th November in Hannover, Germany.
Product : Taking delivery of a new Massey Ferguson MF 3600 series tractor from C&O Tractors is helping an enterprising business venture and vineyard take the next steps on what has been an exciting journey over the past four years.
Product : Not too far east of Bury St Edmunds lie the 2500 acres of farmland that form the basis for Barton Place Farms, an owned and contracted arable operation growing cereals and vegetables – potatoes and onions, in particular.