The Sawyer and Massey Co. and Sawyer-Massey brand only had a short life and was a Canadian manufacturer of tractors in the early 1900's, based in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. The firm built Steam portables and traction engines initial. The firm was formed when the Massey family, founders of Massey-Harris, took a large stake in the L.D. Sawyer Company in 1892, but they pulled out after a few years. Massey Harris marketed some Sawyer threshing machines and steam tractors before members of the Massey family took a personnel stake in the company.
The company developed a range of gas engined tractors. The company built Tractors only from 1910-1922. The early models being prairie tractors, followed in 1917 by light tractors.