August issue of Tractor & Farm Heritage
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 copy today ……
All the latest news in the world of tractors and heritage.
Labour saving, time saving electrical goods all have their benefits, but there are drawbacks…
Your news, views and comments about the veteran, vintage and classic scene.
Our spotlight falls on Leominster Vintage club who have a passion for all things vintage.
This 99-year-old Titan 10-20 Jo Roberts finds out what the future holds for this old relic of the First World War.
Making the best of it
With a seemingly incurable problem on the Leyland and a nightmare time on the lambing front, Graham Hampstead wishes he could pack his bags and head off to Alaska!
Preview of the September issue of your Tractor & Farming Heritage magazine.
Just how far is Farmer Brown’s local tractor club prepared to go to raise funds for charity.
The Farmall H was one of the most successful International Harvester tractors ever made; and this resto is a superb example.
Counting on the County
Upgrading to a County to cart the silage was a great idea to boost production, but it did have a major drawback.
Connor Jones, aged just 16, tells us all about the latest project he has completed – a Massey Ferguson 130.
Dawn of the Ferguson era
A celebration of the 80th anniversary of Harry Ferguson’s first tractor and 70 years since the launch of the Ferguson TE-20.
THE LUXURY CLASS
Forty years ago, in 1976, the 700 Series was seen as the luxurious future of farm tractors in the then higher horsepower brackets.
FARMING NEWS 60 YEARS AGO
Its July 1956, and we visit the Royal Show, Town Moor, Newcastle, July 3-6, to see the latest in agricultural product innovation.
RURAL LIFE ON FILM
The British Film Institute (BFI) has just released over 750 rural films dating from 1900, many unseen since they were first shown.
Harvesting the humble spud
Memories of a time 70 years ago when most farmers grew just one or two acres of potatoes and did the work with horses and hand labour.
Sealing the oil seal deal
Tractor mechanics go to great lengths to stem the flow of leaking black oil from an engine, sometimes with great success… sometimes not.
All the latest gear to help you keep your trusty tractor in fine fettle.
Injector pump dissection
Servicing the injector pump on your tractor may be an overlooked job, but simple engineering maintenance can keep it running true for years.
Our comprehensive event guide to the rallies, road runs and events over the coming month.
One of the largest steam rallies in Ireland, Shanes Castle, features in our regular rally review.