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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 …

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News
All the latest news in the world of tractors and heritage.

Graham’s Grumbles
Supermarkets are in the firing line again, this time for the quality of their tomatoes compared to our home grown beauties.

Tractor Talk
Your news, views and comments about the vintage and classic scene.

Attraction of added traction
For Jo Roberts the four-wheel drive Fordson Super Major is the iconic Roadless tractor, which truly makes it ‘King of the Roadless’.

Change of fortune
After a horrendous start to the lambing and being stranded 200 miles from home, things get better for Graham Hampstead.

Last Word
Farmer Brown is looking a little ‘too well’ so it’s time to put him on a diet.

Your Tractors

Deere delight
We visit Mike Charlton a big fan of John Deere tractors who has amassed a fine collection of Geordie Gems.

Friends reunited
Sometimes it’s not the tractors in the shed, it’s the memories of seeing   them again; Dave Taylor recalls an old family Field Marshall.

Go compare
Ferguson TEF-20 vs Leyland 154; although they were from different decades, there’s a Harry Ferguson connection – so let’s compare them.

Heritage

Six of the best
In the first of a three-part series we celebrate a whole raft of Massey Ferguson anniversaries.

Cutting a swathe
The Silage Extravaganza at Tipperary in 2015 provides the opportunity for Justin Roberts to chart the development of forage harvesting.

Hurricane Force
Chris McCullough recalls the stunning sight last year of eight     Hurricanes gathered for work at an event in Northern Ireland.

Bring on the silly season
Home Farm Dairies July 1994 and HR recalls the mayhem and madness that is brought on by harvest time.

Load up for vintage action
The West Oxon Steam & Vintage Show is a great place to see vintage machinery, and gives us the chance to review the products by manufacturers of yesteryear.

Workshop

Every picture tells a story
When Ben Phillips first took on this MF 35 the pictures he saw madehim believe it was in far better condition than it was – now it’s been restored what you see is what you get!

Setting your timing
Richard Lofting gives us some tips on adjusting the timing for your machine to get the best performance from it.

Marketplace

What’s on
Our comprehensive event guide to the rallies, road runs and events over the coming month.

Tractor Events
Special preview of the Ulster Festival of Steam & Transport in Co Antrim this July.