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12 April 2016

Massey Ferguson supports new exhibition celebrating the tractor’s historical links with the city of Coventry


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Farm machinery manufacturer, Massey Ferguson, a worldwide brand of AGCO (NYSE:AGCO), is supporting Culture Coventry’s major new exhibition at the Coventry Transport Museum celebrating the tractor ‘from factory to field’.

Inspired by the 70th anniversary of the start of production of the Ferguson TE20 tractor at the Massey Ferguson Banner Lane factory in Coventry, this interactive, family-friendly exhibition and summer-long series of events runs until19 September 2016.

There is an exciting line-up of tractors and farm equipment on display from rare vintage models to present-day machines including the MF 5610 which conquered the South Pole in 2014. Among the raft of events running alongside the exhibition are ‘Fields of Joy’, an Asian musical celebration of the tractor (12 June) and ‘70 Tractors for 70 Years’, a spectacular parade of Massey Ferguson tractors through the city to Millennium Place outside the Coventry Transport Museum (30 July). The full programme schedule takes in three school holidays and there is plenty for all ages to enjoy.

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