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Massey Ferguson 4610M Feature

Massey Ferguson, a worldwide brand of AGCO Corporation (NYSE:AGCO), is introducing a high-clearance (HC) utility tractor to meet the needs of specialty crop growers throughout Central California and other specialty crop regions of North America. The Massey Ferguson 4610M High-clearance Utility Tractor delivers the crop clearance growers need to care for high-value crops such as berries, broccoli, potatoes, tobacco and many other types of produce without damaging the crop. The tractor is available through Massey Ferguson dealers and will be configured to fit the needs of each individual operation.

“For more than 150 years, Massey Ferguson has been manufacturing equipment to meet the varied needs of producers around the world,” says Warren Morris, tactical marketing manager for Massey Ferguson. “We’ve used this worldwide experience to expand the Massey Ferguson utility tractor portfolio with products that fit the needs of specialty crop producers. The MF4610M HC models are rugged, efficient, dependable tractors that bring professional produce operations cost-effective new choices to meet their production and business needs.”

Hesston Triple Window Attachment

Hesston by Massey Ferguson, the industry-leading hay equipment brand from AGCO Corporation, introduced an all-new triple windrow attachment (TWA) for WR9800 self-propelled windrowers during Husker Harvest Days 2016. Designed specifically to enhance forage harvesting efficiency, the TWA allows operators to place freshly cut forage in the windrow configuration best suited to the capacity and capability of the operator’s forage harvester or baler. This capability eliminates raking or merging windrows together, reducing trips through the field, lowering fuel and equipment costs and reducing labor needs.

“The new triple windrow attachment is designed to match the preferences and needs of most producers and commercial forage harvesters,” says Shaun Allred, tactical marketing manager for hay and forage products at AGCO. “Whether windrowing heavy first-cutting alfalfa, light grass hay or thick, heavy forage crops, the TWA attachment installed on a WR9800 Series windrower will produce uniform and consistent single, double or triple windrows.

Massey Ferguson 5700

Massey Ferguson, a global brand of AGCO Corporation (NYSE:AGCO), expands its heavy-duty utility tractor lineup with the new 5700 and 6700 Series, offering outstanding weight and lift capacity for tractors in the 100- to 130-engine horsepower range. The tractors were introduced at the 2016 Farm Progress Show and join Massey Ferguson’s recently-introduced 4700 Series to round out the new Global Series. The MF5710 and MF5711 are 100- and 110-hp tractors, while the MF6712 and MF6713 provide 120 hp and 130 hp, respectively.

“The 5700 and 6700 Series tractors are common-platform tractors manufactured in AGCO’s newest, state-of-the-art factory, which leverages the long history of Massey Ferguson production experience with a module-oriented manufacturing approach that standardizes components, lowers costs and improves product quality and performance,” says Warren Morris, AGCO tactical marketing manager. “They join the 4700 Series within our new Global Series offering which began with a blank sheet of paper and input from thousands of customers. The entire line will be marketed worldwide and each model is built to perform in the most demanding environments.”

Massey Ferguson 1734E

Massey Ferguson is donating a MF1734E compact tractor to support the ProRodeo Hall of Fame and Museum of the American Cowboy.

Valued at $25,000, the tractor is one item that will be auctioned during the 8th Annual Wrangler Gold Buckle Gala, Nov. 30, 2015 at the South Point Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas.

Massey Ferguson 4600M

Massey Ferguson has introduced its new 4600M Series of utility tractors.

With models ranging from 70 to 99 engine hp, the Massey Ferguson 4600M Series replaces the 4600 Series with a model lineup that includes the MF4607M, MF4609M and MF4610M, ranging from 56 to 80 PTO hp.

Massey Ferguson 2700E

Massey Ferguson has unveiled its new 2700E Series of Utility tractors, which consists of two models – the MF2705E and MF2706E.

“This versatile, easy-to-use tractor series provides customers a great value to complete just about every job they have,” says Warren Morris, tactical marketing manager at AGCO. “These tractors are ideal for loader work, hay work, mowing and countless other applications. Rural lifestyle customers to demand a cost effective solution for completing chores around their property. That’s why this is the year of the utility tractor – this is one of four new utility tractor series starting production in 2015.”

Curtis Cab Massey Ferguson

Curtis Industries LLC has released its new cab system for the Massey Ferguson GC1700 Series sub-compact tractors. The redesigned cab fits tractors equipped with either the DL95 or DL100 loader.

The Curtis Premium cab features powder-coated, commercial grade steel frame, doors and roof. Tilt out windshield and sliding glass windows offer superior ventilation in any weather condition. Total-seal doors are pin-hinged for easy removal.

Massey Ferguson South Pole

After a gruelling 2,500 km journey across the ice, the Antarctica2 expedition team arrived at the South Pole with its Massey Ferguson MF 510 tractor on Dec. 9, 2014.

Immediately relaying the exciting news from the ice, the crew announced: “04.30 hours CET. This is December 9th, Camp 17. After 17 days and 2500 kilometres, we are at a red and white striped pole with a reflective ball on top, surrounded by flags. This is South 90 – as far South as anybody can go. It’s unbelievable – at the South Pole there is a red Massey Ferguson tractor! We’re all ecstatic to be here and so proud to be taking our hero shots with the tractor that never gave us cause to doubt that it would be up for the challenge. Thank you all for your support.”

AGCO Jounce Test

AGCO is in the midst of a multi-year, $42 million upgrade and expansion to its engineering and manufacturing facility in Jackson, Minn. The motivation behind the project, which kicked off in 2013, is to further improve the quality of the agricultural equipment built there, as well as the efficiency and production capacity of the facility.

“Farmers expect the best when they purchase AGCO equipment built here in Jackson, and we have a history of meeting those expectations,” says Eric Fisher, AGCO director of operations. “With the continuous improvements we’re making here and at other AGCO facilities, we continue to provide our dealers and farmers the highest-quality agricultural equipment available.”

Massey Ferguson Woods Partnership

Massey Ferguson, a tractor brand of AGCO, and Woods, an implement and attachment brand of the Farm, Ranch, and Agriculture Division of Blount International, have joined together to provide consumers compatible and color-matched implements and tractors.

“Through this agreement, customers have access to more than 70 Woods implements paired with Massey Ferguson tractors,” says Jerry Johnson, president of Blount International’s Farm, Ranch and Agriculture Division. “We’re proud to provide Massey Ferguson dealers a broader product offering and to have sales of these implements supported by AGCO Finance programs.”

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