Massey Ferguson has launched a series of Diamond Offers that provide even more added value to the business-oriented customer.
All of Massey Ferguson’s high specification tractors will feature these added value offers and promotions which will continue throughout 2018 – coinciding with the Diamond (60th) anniversary of the Massey Ferguson brand.
New IDEAL from Massey Ferguson combine wins silver in DLG Innovation Awards
Massey Ferguson has scooped a Silver Medal for the newly-launched IDEAL combine harvesters in the prestigious Innovation Awards presented by the DLG (German Agricultural Society).
Developed by its parent company AGCO, IDEAL from Massey Ferguson is a completely new, high-performance combine range designed using requirements taken directly from farmers and operators around the world. The range sets new levels of performance and efficiency in the field and includes three models from 451 to 647hp.
In awarding the Silver Medal to the MF IDEAL, the citation from the expert committee said that “the IDEAL combine is the first combine in years to be developed from scratch and to feature special technology.”
“This is a great result. We are confident that the MF IDEAL is a real winner and are honoured to receive the award,” says Thierry Lhotte, Vice President and Managing Director, [...]
The moment you look at the MF 6700 S, you have this ‘deja-vu’ feeling you get with each X700 Series Generation from Massey Ferguson — except for the product number decal, the design is pretty much similar, and nothing looks changed. But that’s where most of the farmers operating the MF 6700 S after an MF 6600 would be wrong. Nothing is changed design-wise — or at least the modifications aren’t perceptible to the naked eye — yet everything is different.
An increasing number of farmers seeking tractors in the 120 to 200hp bracket are realising the benefit of a 4 cylinder tractor. A lighter footprint, better manoeuvrability and extra payload possibilities are just some of the ways in which, for some operators, a 4 cylinder machine can make more sense than a [...]