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Hello and welcome to the July/
August issue of Classic Massey
& Ferguson enthusiast. As I
write, the sun is setting on what
has been another pleasant day in the Fens.
Granted, it hasn’t been like it
everywhere in Britain, but many of us
have enjoyed several days of fine weather.
This has seen frenzied spraying of cereals
and the like, but I’m sure it won’t be long
before the farming fraternity is crying out
for rain to help the root crops along!
The reason for my inane waffle about
the weather (one of my favourite subjects,
as you all know by now) is largely
because the sunny weather has also seen
haymaking begin in earnest – a surefire
certainty that classic tractors will be hard
at work among the grass.
Although East Anglian farms have some
large fields, this time of year sees the
smaller Massey Ferguson models wheeled
out for a stint on the haybob or bale trailer.
I must confess that, a couple of days ago,
I spent the bulk of my lunchtime admiring
a 35X at work with a twin-drum mower. I
only caught a glimpse of it now and again
as it passed by the gap in the hedge, but
that distinct engine note was enough to
keep me captivated – pure magic!
As always, send us your photographs of
yourselves and your tractors in action –
and if you’re looking for inspiration, turn to
page 62 and Joseph Lewis’ nod to an MF
65 in the thick of it.
Next, if I may, I’d like to issue an
apology. I receive many requests to attend
events at this time of year and, naturally, I
can’t be in 20 places at once. So, please
accept my apologies if I don’t make it to
your show or road run – but please feel
free to send in a round-up of the event and
a few photos, so that we can give it some
coverage in the magazine.
Building on the reputation of the great Grey Fergie, which saw more than half a million built, Massey Ferguson, with their red tractors, dominated the tractor market in Britain and many other places from the late 1950s to the 1970s. We celebrate this hey-day but also look at more modern and older tractors linked to the Ferguson name. From restorations to recollections and also hundreds of readers free-ads there’s something for everyone here.
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Hello and welcome to the July/
August issue of Classic Massey
& Ferguson enthusiast. As I
write, the sun is setting on what
has been another pleasant day in the Fens.
Granted, it hasn’t been like it
everywhere in Britain, but many of us
have enjoyed several days of fine weather.
This has seen frenzied spraying of cereals
and the like, but I’m sure it won’t be long
before the farming fraternity is crying out
for rain to help the root crops along!
The reason for my inane waffle about
the weather (one of my favourite subjects,
as you all know by now) is largely
because the sunny weather has also seen
haymaking begin in earnest – a surefire
certainty that classic tractors will be hard
at work among the grass.
Although East Anglian farms have some
large fields, this time of year sees the
smaller Massey Ferguson models wheeled
out for a stint on the haybob or bale trailer.
I must confess that, a couple of days ago,
I spent the bulk of my lunchtime admiring
a 35X at work with a twin-drum mower. I
only caught a glimpse of it now and again
as it passed by the gap in the hedge, but
that distinct engine note was enough to
keep me captivated – pure magic!
As always, send us your photographs of
yourselves and your tractors in action –
and if you’re looking for inspiration, turn to
page 62 and Joseph Lewis’ nod to an MF
65 in the thick of it.
Next, if I may, I’d like to issue an
apology. I receive many requests to attend
events at this time of year and, naturally, I
can’t be in 20 places at once. So, please
accept my apologies if I don’t make it to
your show or road run – but please feel
free to send in a round-up of the event and
a few photos, so that we can give it some
coverage in the magazine.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
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You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year Classic Massey magazine print subscription.
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