Massey Ferguson to sell Fella forage kit under its own name

Massey Ferguson is to sell Fella-made mowers, rakes and tedders under its own MF name and livery in the UK.

Made at Agco’s Feucht factory in Germany, these models will be sold through its UK and Irish dealer network.

“The UK and Ireland has a very healthy and impressive reputation for dairy and livestock farming, making us the ideal launch-pad for this new equipment,” says William Judge, manager, national sales, Massey Ferguson, UK and Ireland.

See also: Reco shows latest Fella mowers

The existing arrangement with Reco, whereby forage equipment is marketed under the Fella brand, will continue.

Agco bought Fella in 2011.

The line-up of kit includes:

  • Five mounted disc mowers from 2.06m to 4m working widths, two 3m- and 4m-wide semi-mounted mower conditioners, a heavy-duty 3m trailed mower conditioner, three centre-drawbar, trailed mower conditioners and 8.3m and 9.3m wide butterfly-folding mowers.
  • Six models of tedder with working widths from 5.2m to 12.7m, four mounted machines with four, six or eight rotors and two trailed models with eight or ten rotors.
  • Four single rotor, linkage mounted rakes, with working widths of 3.6m to 4.5m, four two-rotor, semi-mounted, trailed chassis rakes with working widths up to 10m. Flagship is a four-rotor rake providing adjustable working widths up to 12.5m.