Combine Harvesting

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  1. Massey Ferguson 3000 Series Corn Heads

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    A high capacity combine can only run at full capacity if the header can feed it. The Massey Ferguson 3000 corn heads are the perfect match for feeding a Massey Ferguson combine to its full capacity through unmatched productivity and reduced header loss. Massey Ferguson 3000 corn heads are designed to offer unmatched crop gathering performance and increased productivity. These headers have improved serviceability with unsurpassed quality and reliability. Learn More
  2. Massey Ferguson 4200 Series Pickup Heads

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    The Massey Ferguson 4200 pickup header provides the right platform to feed those large grain swaths without issue. Whether you are harvesting canola in western Canada, or grass seed in the western United States, the Massey Ferguson 4200 header will provide direct even crop flow into the combine. These heads have been designed with an emphasis on performance and reliability to ensure you harvest flows smoothly. At the end of the day, getting the job done is all that matters. The Massey Ferguson 4200 headers are equipped with a number of features to make sure windrowed crop makes it into the combine smoothly and efficiently. Learn More
  3. Massey Ferguson 9250 Series Flexible Draper Heads

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    How do you make your combine work even harder? With the 9250 DynaFlex draper header. It's specifically designed to increase cutting, conveying and feeding performance in soybeans and small grains. You've seen draper headers. But you've never seen one like this. Learn More
  4. Massey Ferguson 9500 Series Axial Combines

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    A direct result of listening to combine users, the 9500 Series combine combines rugged basics with advanced technology to deliver what you really want: more clean grain in the grain tank with less downtime, less maintenance - and less fatigue. Massey Ferguson Learn More
  5. Massey Ferguson 9505 Series Axial Combines

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    We know you need to move as much clean grain as possible from the field to the grain tank, with minimal loss and without sacrificing grain quality. To do that, you Learn More

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