Friends of Ferguson Heritage

Welcome to the Friends of Ferguson Heritage

Our club was founded in 1994, with the first club magazine published in the Spring/Summer of that year, and has grown rapidly since then, with members all over the world who share a common interest in the life and work of Harry Ferguson.

We are a club dedicated to preserving the legacy of Harry Ferguson and his contributions to the field of engineering. The internet came too late for Harry Ferguson, otherwise he would, no doubt, have made good use of it.

Membership

As a member of the Friends of Ferguson Heritage, you will receive our quarterly club magazine, which is packed with interesting articles, photos, and stories about the life and work of Harry Ferguson, as well as updates on club activities and upcoming events.

Tractor Registration

The Friends of Ferguson Heritage (FoFH) offers tractor registration services to both members and non-members, with a special focus on Massey-Harris, Ferguson, and Massey Ferguson models.

The Club Shop

The club shop offers a range of gifts and merchandise, including our new clothing range of Fleeces, Hoodies, Polo shirts, T-shirts.

Events

The Friends of Ferguson Heritage are actively involved in many agricultural events in the UK where you will have the chance to take part in a variety of activities, such as tractor shows, ploughing contests, and other events that highlight the lasting appeal and importance of Ferguson machinery.

Group Meetings

The Friends of Ferguson Heritage group meetings.

Magazine

The Friends of Ferguson Heritage club magazine is a quarterly publication that is packed with interesting articles, photos, and stories about the life and work of Harry Ferguson and the ongoing use and preservation of his innovative designs.

About

The Friends of Ferguson Heritage (FoFH) are a group of passionate individuals who are dedicated to upholding Harry Ferguson’s legacy and his contributions to the fields of engineering and agriculture. Through our various events and projects, we aim to educate the public about the life and work of Harry Ferguson, and to promote the ongoing use and preservation of Ferguson-designed equipment.