Massey Ferguson marketed a number of Manure spreaders under there own name. Also commonly called a Muck speader. These were made by outside contractors and originated from Harry Ferguson's idea of offering his tractor tractor with a complete range of accessories and implements to compliment it.
The spreader was driven by the Power Take Off and was pulled by the drawbar.
The Massey Ferguson machines were built with a sheet metal hopper which tended to corrode if not cleaned out after use and stored under cover.
As tractor sizes grew in the 1960s and 1970s newer larger models were offered.
- Massey Ferguson no.18 Manure spreader - UK model
- Massey Ferguson no.19 Manure spreader - UK model
- Massey Ferguson MF110 Manure speader - American model
- Massey Ferguson 900 series spreaders - introduced in the 1990s - modern high capacity with horizontal or vertical beater rear discharge and Rotary model options from 5 ton up to 12 ton capacity
- Related machinery
- Slurry tankers
- Other makes
- Ferguson Manure Spreader
- David Brown
- International Harvester
- John Deere Manure Spreader range
References / Sources
- The Massey Legacy - by John Farnworth
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