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|Spring Clean-up at the Massey Building at Country Heritage Park will be held on Saturday May 13, 2017 starting at 9:30am.|
In 1997, collectors
around the world gathered to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of
Massey-Harris-Ferguson. Many of those who gathered at the various
anniversary events wanted to see a continuation of the friendships and
fellowship established during these exciting celebrations. It was
decided to form a Canadian-based club, with a purpose of encouraging
the preservation of the Massey legacy. Other tractors also of interest
to our members are Wallis and Verity.
There is another site called "Friends of Ferguson Heritage" that you may wish to join. It includes Massey Harris and is located in the United Kingdom. Here is the link: Friends of Ferguson Heritage
This site is in the U.S.A. and is the national Massey Collectors Association. Here is the link: Massey Collectors Association
The membership fee is $30 per year. Members receive a quarterly newsletter which publishes the minutes of each general meeting, announcement of the date and location of the next meeting, articles submitted by members about Massey and related equipment, and notices of items for sale or wanted.If you would be interested in joining this organization, please click on membership form , print and complete it then mail it along with your cheque for $30 (made payable to Twin-Power Heritage Association Inc.) to:
Colin Petherick, RR#5, 463 County Rd 8, Campbellford, ON,
Canada K0L 1L0
For more information about the club, please contact George Gordon, at 519-371-0767 or by email: George Gordon . (If you are emailing a question to the president of our club, please include your full name and mailing address as well as phone number so we can print them with your question in our club's newsletter, The Massey Messenger.)
|Murray Musselman||President||(519) 291-3837||James Rody||Past-President||(519) 881-0296|
|Steve Arnold||Vice-President||(905) 772-3447|
|Andrea Shay||Secretary||(613) 652-2216|
|Cathy McMaster||Treasurer||(519) 647-3956|
|Colin Petherick||Memberships||(705) 653-0213|
|Russ Murray||Director||(519) 853-1515|
|Mark Culp||Director||(519) 588-0586|
|Murray Jibb||Director||(705) 645-1954|
|Murray Shay||Director||(613) 652-2216|
|Ken Leatherdale||Director||(519) 291-4606|
|Edgar Daer||Director||(519) 523-9232|
|Jerry Sykes||Director||(519) 348-9177|
Pictured below are Twin Power members Clare Paton and Dave Perry who were inducted into the Massey Hall of Fame in the USA. Congratulations to both of them.
A picture below of Doug and Sharon Statham beside their Massey 555D.
The club's newsletter, The Massey Messenger, is published four times a year (February, May, August and November).
You are invited to submit articles, pictures etc on Massey Harris heritage for the newsletter to:
George Gordon, Newsletter , 136, 5th Ave. East, Owen Sound, ON, N4K 6C7
or to Steve Arnold at Massey102jr@gmail.com , RR#4, 4248 Hwy #3, Cayuga, ON, N0A 1E0.
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Chandlers (Farm Equipment) Ltd are Massey Ferguson dealers in Lincolnshire in the UK. Their website is:
www.chandlersfe.co.uk/agricaboutusfr.htm We have a couple of websites that your members may like to look at to compare MF then and now at www.used-massey-tractors.com and one for parts at www.massey-parts.co.uk
My name is Kevin Hill. You are invited to join our Canadian Antique Tractor Forum. Once you register you can post questions/comments on all makes of antique tractors. Here is the link: http://www.canadianantiquetractor.com/
At TractorJoe, we have an extensive product catalog with over 100,000 parts for more than 17 tractor brands and a dedicated customer service team with decades of tractor repair experience. We are working on a section that offers free manuals, and we host a knowledge sharing community at http://www.tractorjoe.com/ask/where members can share their knowledge and help each other. We'd love to offer your members a $15 credit to TractorJoe using the code masseycollectors15 . My name is Randy Alexa and our website is https://www.tractorjoe.com/
This website www.agrarinet.com is in Dutch with many pictures and technical information on agricultural vehicles.
This website www.tractor-photos.com has many pictures and technical information on old and new agricultural vehicles.
A Link to the New Legacy Quarterly Magazine is legacyquarterly.com This magazine features Massey Harris, Massey Ferguson , and Wallis. Gary and Sue Heffner from Ohio are the editors.
The link to the Canadian Industrial Heritage is an organization located in Brantford Ontario. They are trying to restore and preserve the old Cockshutt Plow and Massey Harris factories in Brantford as well as expand it to include other old sites.
For those of you on FACEBOOK, there is a group called "Massey Harris Heritage Page" with many photos. Do check it out. Do a search for this group while in Facebook then "like" the page.
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This park is located in Milton Ontario and contains many antique farm tractors and equipment of many types. Included in this site is a building devoted to the Massey Harris and Ferguson tractors and equipment.
Click on Country Heritage Park to obtain much more information. Directions to Country Heritage Park are shown below left as well as a message from the new General Manager.
I have been amazed at the tremendous support and commitment the Park receives from all the tractor clubs and volunteers. As a result the Park continues to experience growth and improvements in the buildings, the displays and the grounds.
One of the least noticeable but significant improvement to a building is the new insulated door on the back of the Massey Harris building. I would like to personally thank the Twin Power Heritage Association, Massey-Harris-Ferguson Collectors and the individuals who took the lead in making this improvement to the building. As for additions to the collection the most significant one came from Arnold Rife who donated his Massey Ferguson 50 tractor. Thank you Arnold for donating this nicely restored tractor.
The Massey exhibit draws the attention of collectors from many parts of the world. In July a farm equipment dealer from Yorkshire England dropped in to specifically see the rare Ferguson tractor we have. This tractor apparently originated from a farm in Yorkshire and he wanted pictures to take back to a 90 year old customer who claims it came from his father's farm. Another person emailed me from England and I sent him a number of pictures of the two Massey-Harris Wallis tractors. He is writing an article on the Wallis tractors and told me that they are two of the best preserved examples of these tractors.
We also had visitors from Germany and Australia drop in to see the Massey exhibit.
One request I recently received. Who has information on Massey-Harris cook stove? A gentleman dropped by the Park and said he has such a stove and is in the process of restoring it. If you have any information I have his email address.
Around the park you will see a great deal of time has been spent on trimming around buildings, clearing brush and making the park an inviting place for families and school kids to come and learn about the importance of farming. Our focus continues to be on school programs. We have 12 curriculum based school programs available and offered to schools within an hour's drive of the Park. Tammy and her staff of 15 Historical Interpreters are targeting to reach 15,000 school kids from kindergarten to Grade 8. We do on occasion use the Massey building to talk about grain production and how it translates into the food you buy at the grocery store.
This year the All Colours Antique Tractor and Toy show will include the Olde Tyme Fair. The fair will be centred around the entrance and Pushlinch Hall and melt in with the Tractor and Toy Show. The 4 H clubs from the area will be involved in a number of ways. This is a great way to attract younger people.
Last year you will have noticed some modern tractors. We will be encouraging this again and hope that we will see something new from Massey, as well as John Deere, New Holland, Case IH and others. Our goal at Country Heritage Park is to showcase farming, past, present and in the future. Thank you for all you support.
Many Massey artifacts are located in the Massey Harris building which is on the property of Country Heritage Park in Milton, ON.The picture below is the front view. Below this picture are many thumbnail-size pictures taken inside the Massey building. Just double-click on them to view a much larger picture.
Welcome to the Twin Power Massey Collector's website. We hope that you will find much information here that will be of interest to you. If we can be of any service to you or if you would like to become a member of our growing organization please feel free to contact: George Gordon at (519) 371-0767 or by email: Contact Us (If you are emailing a question to the president of our club, please include your full name and mailing address as well as phone number so we can print them with your question in our club's newsletter, The Massey Messenger.)
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