Massey Ferguson Tractor Reviews
We had a chance to spend some time with the new 2018 Massey Ferguson 6713 – the flagship of the new Global Series.
If you are in need of a reliable, fuel-efficient 110-horsepower mid-size tractor with plenty of cab space, the 2017 Massey Ferguson 5711SL would be well worth considering.
Over almost three months we have gotten to know the Massey Ferguson 2705E TLB quite well, to-the-point where operation has become second nature.
With 16 hours spent on the Massey Ferguson 2705E, we've come to appreciate how efficiently and this tractor makes getting the job done.
Our Massey Ferguson MF2705E, outfitted with a loader and backhoe, is proving quite useful around the property.
Positioned to compete quite nicely with Kubota’s L3901 and John Deere’s 3038E, the Massey Ferguson 1739E delivers a lot of value for the buck.
With a price range of $40-$60K, 80–100hp power, heavy-duty construction and great lift capacity, Massey Ferguson 4700 series tractors will be well suited for hay, dairy farm, small farm, rotary cutting and loader work.
Massey Ferguson 2700E tractors may forego some deluxe niceties, but this new series continues to blur the point where an economy level tractor leaves off and premium begins.
Weighing 7253 lbs, the 4610M should appeal to agribusinesses or hobby farmer/rural lifestyler with loader work requirements, hay production and/or general farm use.
Massey Fergusson bills the 2750E as combining the practicality of a compact tractor with the functionality of a utility tractor. We concur.