Ferguson farm tractors
Ferguson was a tractor manufacturing company that was conceived by Harry Ferguson. The firm initially sold tractors named the Waterloo Boy after the WW-I era. The main turning point for the company came when the owner collaborated with farmers to devise newer and better ways to make their jobs easier with the help of attachable tractor implements. Ferguson invented the world-famous three-point hitch, which is now considered the standard for implement attachment, and the Ferguson Black tractor was built to demonstrate this mechanism. This was pivotal in reaching an agreement with David Brown, which resulted in the creation of the Ferguson-Brown brand which, however, was short-lived. Ferguson later teamed up with several other manufacturers, including Ford and Standard Motor Company, before finally joining the Massey-Harris family in 1953. This led to the creation of the famous Massey Ferguson tractor brand which is still in operation under the umbrella of AGCO. Ferguson offered a total of 12 tractor models to its customers with powers ranging from 12 to 36 horsepower. Some of these modes included TO-20, TO-30 and TO-35.