The July issue of Tractor & Machinery is available now with a great competition to win a VIP package to the Tractor & Smallholding Show. We also check out some new kit from Sealey and round up the latest news. Pick up your copy today …
TOUCH OF COUNTY CLASS
Howard Sherren looks over a tractor that’s been the subject of an extensive restoration.
News from sectors of the modern market.
Keeping you up to date with what’s happening out there, especially when it’s of interest to the T&M enthusiast.
SMALL IS BEST
Bob Weir admires a wonderful Massey Ferguson 550, resident in Scotland but with an East Anglian history!
LOW VOLUME, HIGH PRAISE
We strip back the red, grey and silver to find out more about the baby of the 500 Series.
A LITTLE CARE MEANS MORE REWARD
Chris McCullough meets a team, a father and son who lavish care upon their machinery, despite its often-unglamorous roles.
The section where you have your say.
Thought a Fendt was out of your league? The latest models might be but, if you’re prepared to step back in time, you might be able to bag yourself one of these German masterpieces.
FIAT? JUST THE TICKET!
The Grassmen have come up with the ultimate raffle prize – a New Holland 110-90 – and just when you thought it couldn’t get any better, the six-cylinder legend could be yours for just £4/€5!
BACK TO BASICS
The 110-90 appeared in three main guises – read our mini guide to the Italian stallion to find out more.
WIN A VIP PACKAGE
The new Tractor & Smallholding Show takes place at The Hop Farm, Kent, in July. Here’s where you can bag yourself free weekend entry, plus bed & breakfast at the Hilton Maidstone.
Gone? But not forgotten? Here’s where you can track down a missing mag!
The fourth part of Brian Bevin’s candid look at farming life sees him conclude that size isn’t everything!
The latest releases from Universal Hobbies.
Joseph Lewis rounds up the action from the official launch of The International Harvester Club of Great Britain.
TWOSE OF TIVERTON
Mike Williams is Devon bound as he recalls the machinery produced by another innovative manufacturer.
A new generation shows it already has what it takes!
Blue is the colour for this issue as we display, in all its glory, what must be one of Northern Ireland’s best-kept working tractors.
MASTERPIECE IN OILS
What do those numbers and letters mean on that can of oil in the workshop? And how was it made? Bernard Holloway has the answers.
Veteran & vintage scene
TWIN CITY DEBUT
Peter Love admires the older tractors on display at the 2016 Stradsett Park Vintage Rally.
Nick Baldwin continues his alphabetical guide to tractor manufacturers.
OUT & ABOUT
News from events in Wales, East Anglia and the south-east – we travel everywhere to round-up the action for you!
There’s always plenty happening – find out about it here.
THE HORTICULTURIST’S COLUMN
A three-wheeled Nash motor roller/dumper? No, we couldn’t visualise one either – so we sent Peter Love to investigate.
Be sure to take advantage of our special subscriptions offer.
LADIES ON TRACTORS
The fairer sex on their trusty steeds.
THE LAST WORD
Peter Love’s take on what’s been happening in the world of tractor preservation.
Our plans for the August 2016 issue, on sale Friday 8 July.
Items for your tractor and workshop.
Chris Jaworski gets under the bonnet of one of Case IH’s best-loved tractors for a spot of routine maintenance.
Your questions answered.
ROTOR BLADE CHANGE
Ever wondered what the blades on a Claas Jaguar 850 are like? If so, here’s the answer.
Andrew Hall readies his PZ Haybob for the impending season.
THE FUTURE’S BRIGHT
The topping mower project is completed and very nice it looks too.
Some new kit from Sealey comes under the editor’s critical eye.
Melvin Broughton delves deeper into the internals of his E27N.