The large manufacturers we stock provide a wide range of machines from small grass cutting tractors to 500HP tracked monsters.
AMTEC also supply ATV’s (All-terrain vehicles), perfect to carry personal and tools around your farm carrying out odd jobs and maintenance.
The term "tractor" is primarily associated with the vehicles used on farms. Farm tractors are utilised to operate agricultural machinery or trailers, performing tasks such as ploughing, tillage, harrowing, planting, and other similar agricultural activities.
When choosing your second hand tractor it is essential to take into account the following factors such as your land characteristics, the specific operations conducted on it, and the daily tasks that need to be accomplished. This thoughtful consideration will guide you in selecting the appropriate tractor model and the optimal set of implements that align perfectly with your farming operation.
The weight of the tractor itself also comes into play along with the gearing and power. It is very important to get the right size tractor – if a tractor has more power than you need the engine will go unused and could, therefore, prevent the machine from running correctly.
Small tractors (up to 100hp) would be most widely used on small farms for jobs including grass cutting and hauling small trailers.
Medium tractors (100-200hp) would be your multipurpose workhorse, completing tasks from simple grass and hedge cutting to trailer work like field preperation and cultivation.
Tractor maintenance includes regular checks of the machine as a whole, specifically the oil and filters. It is good to keep up with regular checks as this can prevent expensive major damage developing.
AMTEC offers a diverse selection of farm vehicles ideal for day-to-day use and specifically designed to enhance task efficiency. Among them, you'll find a variety of useful mid-range machinery that proves to be invaluable when completing various tasks on the farm.
Telehandlers and excavators prove to be irreplaceable farm vehicles, providing versatile solutions for the amount of lifting, loading, and carrying tasks that arise on a daily basis. These farm vehicles are essential for efficient operations and enhancing productivity within the agricultural environment.
Hundreds of farmers use AMTEC to ensure they get exactly what they need for the task ahead. As one of the nation’s leading suppliers to the agricultural industry, with more than 25 years’ experience, we have the knowledge to help you get the best deal on all your tractor and farm vehicle needs. Our 9-Acre site has a wide range of second-hand farming machinery and brands in stock. We’re conveniently located in central England.
Our customer-centric approach is at the core of everything we do, ensuring all the farmers that choose us as their equipment partner save time and money while making the best decisions for their needs. Contact us today by calling 01926 640637, sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by using the form on our website. Discover the ways we can help - you won’t regret it!
Massey Ferguson tractors are generally regarded as excellent tractors. They are robust and reliable and have even served the US military in the past.
Massey Ferguson tractors are manufactured in multiple locations worldwide. The company was established in the 1950s via a merger between two agricultural manufacturing companies: Massey-Harris of Canada and the Ferguson company, based in the UK.
Massey Ferguson was first created in the 1950s via a merger between two agricultural manufacturing companies: Massey-Harris of Canada and the Ferguson company, based in the UK. Massey Ferguson tractors are now manufactured by AGCO, and are built all over the world.
The Massey Ferguson tractor is made by the AGCO corporation, a global manufacturer and distributor of agricultural machinery and equipment.
Massey Ferguson tractors are fitted with Iseki engines. Iseki engines are available either as tractor-only, tractor-loader-backhoe, or tractor with loader.
Ford no longer makes tractors. In 1991, Ford sold its tractor division to Italian company Fiat. Fiat has since renamed Ford-identified tractors to “New Holland” tractors.
After Ford sold its tractor division to Fiat in 1991, the tractors were renamed by Fiat as “New Holland” tractors.
New Holland is the name given to tractors manufactured by Fiat after Ford sold its tractor division to the Italian brand in 1991.
No, New Holland and John Deere are different makes of tractors and agricultural machinery.
Ford sold its farm equipment and tractor division to Fiat in 1991.
If the Gator’s ULW (unladen weight) is under 550 kgs, you’ll need either a category B1 licence, or a full category B car licence.
The Fendt 716 tractor has 167 HP.
The Fendt 724 tractor has 242 HP.
Fendt is a German agricultural machinery manufacturer, which was purchased by AGCO Corporation in 1997.
Yes – the JCB Fastrac can be driven on the motorway at a maximum speed of 40 mph.
Depending on the model, a JCB Fastrac will have a maximum speed of between 40 mph and 47 mph.
The JCB Fastrac is a high-speed agricultural tractor, and can be used for field work, livestock and haulage operations.
Valtra and Valmet are the same brand – the company was initially named Valmet, before changing its name to ValtraValmet in 1998 and finally to Valtra in 2001.
Manitou is a brand which manufactures telehandlers.
The smallest Manitou telehandler is the MT 420 H super-compact telehandler. It is extremely narrow, which allows for increased manoeuvrability.
The Manitou telehandler is made by Manitou Group, a company comprised of two brands: Gehl and Mustang.
Case IH still make tractors, offering a variety of ‘families’ or models, including the Steiger, Puma, Magnum, Maxxum and Farmall.
The Case tractor engines are designed by Fiat’s Powertrain technologies, a sister company of Case IH.
The engine of a John Deere 7810 tractor has 175 hp (horsepower).
The engine of a John Deere 6930 is a 6.8 litre, six-cylinder engine, which offers 155 hp (horsepower).
The engine of a John Deere 6930 has 155 hp (horsepower).
A John Deere 6930 tractor weighs approximately 12,960 lbs, or 5878 kg.
A John Deere 6215R tractor weighs approximately 19610 lbs, or 8895 kg.
The engine of a John Deere 6150R has 165 hp (horsepower).
The engine of a John Deere 6155R has 152 hp (horsepower).
Valtra tractors are powered by AGCO Power engines.
The engine of a John Deere 2955 tractor has 97 hp (horsepower).
The engine of a John Deere 4640 tractor has 185 hp (horsepower).
The maximum lift weight of a JCB Loadall will depend on the model. The JCB 535-125 Loadall, for example, has a maximum lift capacity of 3500 kg.
A JCB Loadall is a type of telehandler.
The New Holland T7 is a series of tractors, with models ranging from 150 to 300 horsepower.
All New Holland T7 tractors feature New Holland’s ECOBlue Hi-eSCR 2 engines, ranging from 150 to 300 horsepower.
The engine of a New Holland T7 200 has 155 hp (horsepower).
The engine of a New Holland T7 225 tractor has 197 hp (horsepower).