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Massey-Ferguson 135
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No: 16   Contributor: Colin Dunn   Year: 2009   Manufacturer: Massey Ferguson   Country: United Kingdom
Massey-Ferguson 135

Massey-Ferguson Tractor. Resolis, Black Isle, Easter Ross with a 'cock-pheasant' or hay turner.
Picture added on 17 March 2009 at 15:53
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Greetings. As an retired M-F fitter, I can say that this is not an MF135, much more a M-F 35. Great image though.

Added by Mike on 03 May 2009.
The implement mounted on the back is not a cock pheasant, it's an "acrobat".

Added by Jim Hutton on 13 April 2011.
Thats correct Jim an Acrobat rake looks like a LELY

Added by Tractorpaul on 23 April 2011.
I was brought up on a farm where we used to make hay the old fashioned way, stacking it before bailing it. I can't find one image of a Cock Pheasant on the web anywhere, but I know that is not one ;)

Added by Jim Hutton on 24 April 2011.
Jim I only ever knew of one cock pheasent it was on a farm in the village they always worked it behind a Super Dexta and it looked huge made the tractor look so small it was a big maroon thing with yellow fins and yellow drawbar and the wheels always looked like they had come of a wheelbarrow all the other farms roundabout at that time used "Wufflers"(like a cock pheasant but a lot smaller) or Bamford crimper turners(little yellow/blue thing like a wuffler)they had corigated tin doors on the back to set the row width/hight

Added by Tractorpaul on 25 April 2011.
"big maroon thing with yellow fins and yellow drawbar and the wheels always looked like they had come of a wheelbarrow"

An almost perfect description. They had a decal of a cock pheasant on the maroon/red hood.

Added by Jim Hutton on 25 April 2011.
This turner is a Vicon Acrobat, not a cock Pheasant. :)

Added by Charlie on 20 May 2012.
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