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6 June 2016

Massey Ferguson Sculpture comes to Coventry

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Massey Ferguson, a worldwide brand of AGCO (NYSE:AGCO), has announced that the Daniel Massey Bronze Sculpture is to be exhibited at the Herbert Museum and Art Gallery in Coventry from 1 June to 25 September 2016.

The sculpture, by John Sherlock OBE ARUA, is a dramatic narrative piece telling the story of a key development in agricultural machinery which went on to revolutionise grain harvesting around the world.

Farm equipment maker Massey Ferguson commissioned the piece as part of the 2013 celebrations to mark the 75th anniversary of the launch of the MH-20 self-propelled combine harvester developed by harvesting experts Massey-Harris, forerunners of today’s Massey Ferguson.

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