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  • October issue of Tractor & Farm Heritage

    October issue of Tractor & Farm Heritage

    16th August 2016

    In the October issue of Tractor & Farm Heritage we continue our review of Wilfred Shingler’s collection of US-based tractors, check out the latest gear to help you keep your trusty tractor in fine fettle and we reflect on the 60th…

  • Tractor & Farm Heritage September 2016 Issue

    Tractor & Farm Heritage September 2016 Issue

    21st July 2016

    In the September issue of Tractor & Farm Heritage we discover a neat collection of American Lease Lend tractors now restored and tucked away in a rural corner of Shropshire and Jane Brooks looks back over a century of agricultural…

  • Tractor & Farm Heritage August 2016 Issue

    Tractor & Farm Heritage August 2016 Issue

    22nd June 2016

    The August issue of Tractor & Farm Heritage is out now with another reader’s restoration and a celebration of the 80th anniversary of Harry Ferguson’s first tractor and 70 years since the launch of the Ferguson TE-20. Pick up your…

  • Tractor & Farm Heritage July 2016 Issue

    Tractor & Farm Heritage July 2016 Issue

    25th May 2016

    The July issue of Tractor & Farm Heritage is available now featuring Graham’s Grumbles, Tractor Talk and the first of a three-part series in which we celebrate a whole raft of Massey Ferguson anniversaries. Pick up your copy today ……

  • WIN A SIP WELDER

    WIN A SIP WELDER

    18th May 2016

    SIP Industrial Products specialises in welding and compressed air products. Coinciding with the company’s new Spring / Summer 2016 promotion, Tractor & Farming Heritage Magazine has teamed up with SIP to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a…

  • Tractor & Farm Heritage May 2016 Issue

    Tractor & Farm Heritage May 2016 Issue

    12th May 2016

    REGULARS Welcome News All the latest news in the world of tractors and heritage. Graham’s Grumbles Graham Hampstead’s grumbles are more of a casual observation this time, or are they? Tractor Talk Your news, views and comments about the vintage…