I'd definitely look up the schematic for your particular pump, and find that bleeder plug, and manually pump fuel that far. Then crank the engine, to get it up to the injector.
I don't now if I'd use too much of that starting fluid. A whiff is OK, long periods will wash down the cylinders of it's oil coating, and you'll have no lubrication. Do it enough, you'll have an oil burner, and/or will need it in cold weather for every start.
Thank you, and that's good advice on the starting fluid.
I solved it, so in the spirit of so many who have helped me here on the site and on others I'll post the solution that worked for me in case anyone else every encounters it.
First of all, make sure your fuel tank is FULL, FULL, FULL. Then, using the picture above pump the fuel pump (if you model has one) and loosen off the parts circled in green in the numeric order indicated. Loosen off, while pumping, until all the air bubble disappear and fuel flow freely, then tighten. Note that in the above image #3 is BEHIND the fuel filter.
The key parts I was missing was bleeding numbers 4 and 5.
From there use a liberal "whiff"
of starting fluid to help draw through the fuel and soon you will be back and using your vintage grey Fergie.
Thanks all, mytractorforum always comes through.