Tractor & Farm Heritage October 2017
In the October 2017 issue of Tractor & Farm Heritage we visit Auchterarder in Perth and Kinross to get the lowdown on Norman Morrison’s 1961 David Brown 950. Plus Jo Roberts discovers the wonders of the working sheepdog.
Nothing catches the eye more than
a tractor working or pulling something as this striking Fordson E27N and hay cart truly prove.
We visit Auchterarder in Perth and Kinross to get the lowdown on Norman Morrison’s 1961 David Brown 950.
Little and large
In the early Sixties if you wanted a Massey Ferguson tractor you had two choices the 35 or the 65.
An update on events in and around the world of vintage tractors and rural heritage.
All your latest news and views about the veteran, vintage and classic scene.
News of a UK ban on petrol and diesel cars by 2040 is a good excuse for a grumble.
Jo Roberts discovers the wonders of the working sheepdog.
Never rains but pours
Graham Hampstead always finds the sunshine at the end of the rainbow.
Going away in a caravan is supposed to be a holiday, isn’t it?
News of the Great Dorset Steam Fair and special displays to mark 100 years of Fordson, Ford and New Holland.
Museum in a millennium
Our heritage guide takes us to the Weald & Downland Living Museum.
Small in stature, big in style the Allis- Chalmers B was a game changer when it was launched.
Women’s Land Army
This year will see the celebration of 100 years since the formation of the WLA, John Blake shares memories of his family’s involvement.
Another fact file from the listings of native rare breeds held on the Rare Breeds Survival Trust’s watch list.
Just like toast always lands butter side down, tractors can sometimes let you down just when you need them most.
Summer event guide for the events, rallies and road runs over the coming months.
The Welsh National Tractor Road Run and Stourport Vintage Rally feature in our round up.