The Good Stuff
If you were surprised to be redirected to this page because you selected a bookmark or link to some of the old site's pages or content, it means you may need to update your bookmark/favorite. The majority of information has been ported over to this new and improved site under the "Ferguson Resources" button below.
A note about the Ferguson Enthusiasts web site - the club web site has been changed and is available at the link above. The old link at ".com" is defunct and no longer belongs to the FENA organization. It is unclear how long that site will be in operation. Be sure to update your bookmarks/favorites.
If you are a webmaster and have links to the old club web site at .com, just change it to .org, and you will be linking to the correct club web site.
A compendium of web sites and other resources for help in researching, operating, repairing, and restoring your Ferguson tractor.
We have a great many photos from shows we’ve attended. In the later shows, we took pictures of every Ferguson in attendance along with implements. If you were there, you will see your tractor, I guarantee it!
Files to help you with printing cards, banners, and other Ferguson documentation, if you are so inclined.
Please tell us about yourself and your tractors, or your search for one. Or you can just visit the guestbook and see what other folks have written.
Who we are.
Pictures of the barn construction a few years ago.
If you want to tell us something, or ask a question, use the contact form to get in touch.
After mowing these few acres with a variety of tools ranging from push mower to riding lawnmower to 3 foot Gravely, we decided some serious power was needed. Rick looked in the local Memphis classified ads and found a tractor for sale with 5 implements. It happened to be a Ferguson TO-30. Neither of us had heard of a (just a) Ferguson tractor, so we began looking around for information, manuals, and sources for parts. Our wedding occurred at the lake property, and of course the tractor was certainly made to feel welcome.
On our honeymoon, we were traveling through North Carolina on the July 4th weekend, and happened to be driving close to Denton. That is where the Southeast Old Thresher's Reunion is held every year on that weekend. We stopped because we thought we could find out something there about Ferguson tractors. We saw fields of IH Farmalls, Olivers, Cases, Minneapolis-Molines, John Deeres, and Fords, but nary a Ferguson. We did not even find any Ferguson literature or manuals at the show.
We also scoured the internet for information, but did not find anyone who actually had a Ferguson who could help us.
Then, in 1999, on ATIS (Antique Tractor Internet Services) we got in touch with David Lory in Wisconsin. He invited us to meet other Ferguson owners at a Ferguson get-together in Freeport, Illinois that year. That first meeting consisted of about 20 Ferguson enthusiasts and about 10 Ferguson tractors. We really enjoyed that time with the folks we met (some photos are in the gallery).
Then, in 2001, the Ferguson Enthusiasts of North America club began with 20 members at the show in Waverly, Nebraska. In the 6 years since its formation it has grown to over 600 members. Of course, we joined, and have met some wonderful people who have helped us with our Fergie.
Over the past few years we sold our TO-30, and now have two Ferguson TO-35's in our "fleet".
Mount Pleasant 2007
Here are some selected entries from our Guestbook
Good day! GoDaddy has ended support for Microsoft FrontPage Extensions so I have converted the oldfergusontractors.com site to WordPress. It will be easier for me to keep it up-to-date with information this way. Rick
A note about the Ferguson Enthusiasts web site – the club web site has been changed and is available HERE. The old link at “.com” is defunct and no longer belongs to the FENA organization. It is unclear how long that site will be in operation. Be sure to update your bookmarks/favorites. If you are[…]