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povertyknob

04-16-2018 10:40:58




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After being a subscriber of about 18 years, I decided to let them go, for the last few years the articles have been kinda so so and they keep raising the price on the subscription..
The biggest things I will miss are the farmall doctor and Ken updikes articles on machines..




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charlieu

04-21-2018 07:04:30




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 Re: red power magazine in reply to povertyknob, 04-16-2018 10:40:58  
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My collection of Red Power Mag starts with Sept 1999 to present. I still enjoy reading the different articles and looking at the pictures. A big "THANK YOU" to Dennis and Sallie



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mccormicksw4

04-20-2018 17:43:52




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 Re: red power magazine in reply to povertyknob, 04-16-2018 10:40:58  
I have read your articles Easton and thought they were well done!!
I think articles about the company itself and the highs and lows, factories, maybe profiles of the McCormick family members, Presidents over the years etc. Also possibly profiles on farms still using IH Red tractors

the acticles and pictures about family farm tractors purchased new or long ago never grow old



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Eason

04-20-2018 09:04:33




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 Re: red power magazine in reply to povertyknob, 04-16-2018 10:40:58  
I have written several article over the years on IH topics on which I have an interest in. I must say in the last issue they cut my article short. What types of articles would you like to see. I'm sure Ken and others would be glad to write on them. I'd even try if it's stuff after 1965.



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2002sliverado

04-17-2018 07:20:32




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 Re: red power magazine in reply to povertyknob, 04-16-2018 10:40:58  
I have been a subscriber for nearly 20 years. I also subscribe to two other magazines.....................of a different color. I enjoy all three and they are the few publications I do manage to read through when I receive them. I should probably start ending subscriptions to other publications I receive, since I don't get through them like I used to.



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badger bob

04-17-2018 06:29:26




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 Re: red power magazine in reply to povertyknob, 04-16-2018 10:40:58  
Great magazine. the big improvement was when it moved from battle creek to ida grove. ill keep on the band wagon till the end ( that's my end) and I have more jd.s then IH. thanks for a great mag. Bob



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BarnyardEngineering

04-17-2018 05:38:16




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 Re: red power magazine in reply to povertyknob, 04-16-2018 10:40:58  
I let them go too because I wasn't reading the magazines. The articles were getting too repetitive, which is understandable since there is only so much information to cover.

Same deal with heritage iron magazine. Subscribe to it for 10 years, and you have all the news that's fit to print.



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Whiskey Bent

04-16-2018 20:23:17




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 Re: red power magazine in reply to povertyknob, 04-16-2018 10:40:58  
Been getting it for prolly 10 years now very happy with them. I even ordered some old issues I didn’t have off eBay. Won’t be canceling my subscription any time soon! Highly recommend it to anyone that doesn’t get it already!



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Dennis K (WA)

04-16-2018 20:01:57




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 Re: red power magazine in reply to povertyknob, 04-16-2018 10:40:58  
I have taken the magazine since 2006. The price has gone up 3$ a year in that time. I don't think that is too bad for what you get.

Dennis



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cuby

04-17-2018 17:49:44




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 Re: red power magazine in reply to Dennis K (WA), 04-16-2018 20:01:57  
Do anyone of you need any older publications of the Red Power Mag?? 1999-2001.



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mccormicksw4

04-16-2018 17:45:15




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 Re: red power magazine in reply to povertyknob, 04-16-2018 10:40:58  
I find the Red Power a great magazine that has not dropped off despite an uphill battle all print publications are faced with.
The price is good value and the ads always work for me! I cannot ask for more :idea: I recommend the Red Power magazine to anyone :!:



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NY 986

04-16-2018 17:03:50




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 Re: red power magazine in reply to povertyknob, 04-16-2018 10:40:58  
Sadly, all the brand specific farm equipment magazines are endangered species. Most of the subscribers are getting advanced in age and there are probably not enough of us younger guys to justify putting out a magazine unless the price jumps dramatically. Enjoy them while they are around.



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DR. EVIL

04-16-2018 14:32:33




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 Re: red power magazine in reply to povertyknob, 04-16-2018 10:40:58  
I've been a subscriber for over 30 years, Dad subscribed since Year One Issue One. Magazine is by far much better now than it was way back then. Glossy color on every page. Great suppliers advertising. Reading the classified ads has always humored me, what some people think their stuff is worth.

I gave Ken U. and his 782 a ride to Cub Cadet Plow Day #2 back in 1981, and he repaid me by getting a full page picture of me in the magazine a couple months later. Met Hank Will Jr, Todd Markle, exchanged e-mails with Guy Fay. If I stopped suscribing I would feel like I let my friends down.

Good friend suscribed to Heritage Iron since year One issue One, Wish I would have too. Another great magazine.

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Rex Simpkins

04-16-2018 15:19:04




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 Re: red power magazine in reply to DR. EVIL, 04-16-2018 14:32:33  
I really look forward to the magazine, I subscribe to a few such magazines and Red Power by far has the best-written articles and format of any.



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FastFarmall

04-16-2018 18:37:12




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 Re: red power magazine in reply to Rex Simpkins, 04-16-2018 15:19:04  
I think Red Power Magazine is top shelf, especially knowing he was a mechanic, with no formal training, in publication.



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