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MF 300 ideal for small farmers

MF 300 ideal for small farmers

The Massey Ferguson MF 300 tractor has served African farmers for generations. When latest model was recently unveiled at a summit in Addis Abeba, the company said it will now start marketing the new MF300 through its extensive African dealer network. The MF300 models range in capacity from 50 to 85 horsepower.
“Massey Ferguson’s extensive distributor and dealer network is trained by us and is qualified to provide sales and full back-up for our products,” said Thierry Lhotte, Massey Ferguson Vice-President Marketing, Europe/Africa/Middle East. “The new MF 300 Xtra tractors and the wide-ranging after-sales services we offer are available only from accredited Massey Ferguson dealers. They alone are authorised to sell and support brand-new MF 300 Xtra models which come equipped with exclusive features including sun canopy, front weights, drawbar and trailer tipping pipe.”
“Our dealer network is what sets us apart and protects our customers,” Mr Lhotte emphasised. “Through these outlets, Massey Ferguson customers have access to the complete range of the MF 300 Xtra Tractor Series, 12-month warranty supported by fully qualified MF dealer technicians, genuine AGCO Parts, maintenance and service programmes, training and advice. Only official outlets holding a Massey Ferguson franchise can offer our factory-backed support.”
Said Lhotte, “To purchase an MF 300 Xtra tractor with full warranty and all the benefits of the MF Brand, customers must go through a genuine Massey Ferguson dealer.”
Other key elements in the MF support infrastructure are the Future Farm and Training Centre located in Zambia and a Parts Distribution Centre and Mechanisation Training Centre based in South Africa which are operated by Massey Ferguson’s parent Company, AGCO.
The MF 300 Xtra strengthens Massey Ferguson’s position in the lower horsepower sector and offers a broader choice to farmers looking for a rugged and reliable general-purpose tractor for planting and harvesting.

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