Ferguson farm tractors by year

Related brands: Massey Ferguson.

Ferguson model TE-20Harry Ferguson started in the tractor business selling Waterloo Boy tractors (renamed Overtime) in Ireland and England during World War I. While working with farmers to maximize the use of their new tractors, Ferguson began working on a better system to attach implements. His "Ferguson System", later known as the three-point hitch, would become the standard for attaching implements to farm tractors.

To demonstrate his new hitch, Ferguson built the Ferguson Black tractor. This led to an agreement with David Brown to build the Ferguson-Brown. The arrangement was short lived, and Ferguson made a new deal with Henry Ford to develop tractors using his hitch. The deal with Ford lasted until 1947, when it ended with a bitter lawsuit. Following this, Ferguson entered into an arrangement with the Standard Motor Company to produce his own line of tractors. Ferguson was taken over by Massey-Harris in 1953. The Massey-Ferguson brand is still used today by AGCO.

AGCO Massey-Ferguson - official site

Sort tractors by Model, Factory or Series
A20 hp1936 - 1937
TE-2028 hp[B]1946 - 1948
TEA-2026 hp[B]1948 - 1956
TO-2028 hp[B]1948 - 1951
TEF-2028 hp[B]1951 - 1956
TO-3031 hp[P]1951 - 1954
Pony12 hp[B]1952 - 1954
TEA-20unknown1953 - 1957
TO-3536 hp[P]1954 - 1960
F-4036 hp[B]1956 - 1957
FE-3534 hp1956 - 1960
FF 3030 hp1957 - 1958
[B]: Engine power estimated from belt horsepower. [P]: Engine power estimated from PTO horsepower. See individual tractor data listing for power details.

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