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Any good books or articles on Ferguson implements?

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Jason S.

07-25-2012 06:49:59

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I was just curious if anybody knew of any good articles or books on the Ferguson implement line. Some that tell when they were built who built them etc... Thanks.

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Brent, IN

07-25-2012 08:25:13

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 Re: Any good books or articles on Ferguson implements? in reply to Jason S., 07-25-2012 06:49:59  
"Ford Tractor Implements" by Chester Peterson Jr. & Rod Beemer. It is a great book with many nice color pictures of Ferguson implements for use with the early Ford/Ferguson tractors. Includes detailed history of manufacturers for Ferguson implements. Usually can find it on Amazon. Gene Kruse and what appears to be Dave Lory (both Ferguson Enthusiast club members) are featured with their equipment.

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07-25-2012 06:56:10

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 Re: Any good books or articles on Ferguson implements? in reply to Jason S., 07-25-2012 06:49:59  
There are no references dating the SN of the implements that I know of.

However there are several good books covering the varity of implements. Including...
Fergison: Implements and Accessories -Farnworth
TE20 in Detail - Thone

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Jason S.

07-26-2012 06:46:21

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 Re: Any good books or articles on Ferguson implements? in reply to Jeff-oh, 07-25-2012 06:56:10  
I didnt figure they had a way of going by the serial number to tell you when it was built... I was asking if any of them told when an implement was built for example... 1940-1947...I should have worded it better. I was just looking for more material to read or watch. I think it's quite interesting. I've got the videos... Harry Ferguson a Man and His Implements...Ferguson the Art of Ploughing... and a documentary starting when Harry sold out and goes thru all the 100 series Massey's. I learned a lot watching the ploughing dvd.

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