Other tractor brands


The Steyr tractor brand has its origins in Austria, taking its name from the Austrian city of Steyr. The business was founded in 1864, and merged with New Holland in 1999.

They offer the following series:

Terrus CVT. The top model, with 271 to 300 hp of engine power.

CVT  250 to 270 hp

Profi  116 to 145 hp

Multi   99 to 117 hp

Kompakt   58 to 114 hp

Massey Ferguson

Massey Ferguson came to be after a merger of the Irish company Ferguson with the Canadian company Massey Harris.  They began building tractors in 1914. Massey Ferguson were the inventors of the three-point hitch, giving the tractors many more capabilities, and kept them ahead of the competition.

In addition to tractors, they also make combine harvesters, bale presses and haymaking machinery.

Massey Ferguson is part of the AGCO group.


MF 8700 The top model with 270 to 400 hp dyna-vt transmission.

MF 7700 165 to 280 hp. A tractor you’ll find in the fleet of many contractors.

MF 6700 S 120 to 200 hp.  The 4-cylinder provides an exceptionally high amount of hp.

MF 6700 120 to 130 hp. A tractor with straightforward equipment and normal transmission.

MF 5700 S 100 to 130 hp. A luxury tractor with dyna transmission.

MF 5700 100 to 110 hp. A somewhat simpler version.

MF 5600 85-110 hp. This comes with a three-cylinder motor.

MF 4700 75 to 95 hp. A three-cylinder with mechanical transmission.



Valtra was formerly called Valmet. Valtra is part of the AGCO group, and was originally founded in Finland. A large portion of the tractors is still produced in Finland.  Valtra is a big fish in the field of tractors for farming and forestry. Valtra is the only maker of tractors that are available in 8 different colours.


S  series 270 to 400 hp

T  series 170 to 271 hp

N  series 115 to 136 hp

A  series 75 to 130 hp