Massey Ferguson Combine Harvesters
The Massey Ferguson line of combine and harvester equipment dates back to 1938, when their first self propelled combines came on to the market place. The Massey Ferguson combines have the fastest unloading rate at 4.5 bushels per second, which is faster than any other combine currently available. In fact, their combines unload the crop up to 60 times faster than the closest competitor.
The Top Massey Ferguson Combines
The Massey Ferguson line of combines currently has several great options to choose from. Their 9005 series has three different combines available. All three available combines have inline a six cylinder engines and four-speed transmissions. The first version, the MF 9695, has a gross engine horsepower of 300, and is a class VI combine. It is also the largest and roomiest of all combines available, with up to 33% more cab room than other available brands. This model contains a Sisu Diesel Citius 84 CTA engine, and holds up to 160 gallons of fuel. It will hold up to 300 bushels of crop between off-loads. The second version, MF 9795, has a gross engine horsepower of 350, and is a class VII combine. This model can be equipped to hold up to 350 bushels, and is therefore a great cash crop producer and the largest of all class VII combines that are currently available. This model also contains the Sisu engine found in the MF 9695 model, and also holds 160 gallons of fuel. The third version, the MF 9895, has a gross engine horsepower of 425, and is a class VIII model. This combine is known for both its power and performance capabilities. This particular model has the CAT C13 Acert model engine, and has a 230 gallon fuel tank. The MF 9895 model will also hold up to 350 bushels of crop between off-loads.