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January 21, 2022
Specializing in parts for older tractors - Ford, Farmall, Ferguson, Allis Chalmers, John Deere, Massey, Oliver and more. You'll also find extensive articles, pictures and forum discussions in our online community and archives.

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A Lifetime of David Brown - by Samuel Kennedy. I was born in 1950 and reared on my family’s 100 acre farm. It was a fairly typical Northern Ireland farm where the main enterprise was dairying but some pigs, poultry and sheep were also kept. Potatoes were grown for sale and oats were grown to be used for cattle and horse feeding. Up to about 1958 the dairy cows were fed hay with some turnips and after that grass silage was the main winter feed. That same year was the last in which flax was grown on the farm. Flax provided the fibre which w ... [Read Article]
Today's Antique Tractor Tip

Assessing A Used Tractor - Brakes and Clutches

On independent mechanical brakes, check the linkage adjustment on one side of the machine, then go to the other side to compare dimensions. Unlock the interlock so you can depress each pedal s ... [Read Tips]

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1952 Super C
Todays featured picture is a 1952 Super C
Ron Macpherson - ON
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What is your favorite tractor?
1. IHC/Farmall  (634 votes, 20%)
  graphic showing 20 percent chose the IHC/Farmall option
2. John Deere  (345 votes, 11%)
  graphic showing 11 percent chose the John Deere option
3. Massey Harris/Ferguson  (269 votes, 8%)
  graphic showing 8 percent chose the Massey Harris/Ferguson option
4. Oliver  (495 votes, 16%)
  graphic showing 16 percent chose the Oliver option
5. Minneapolis Moline  (123 votes, 4%)
  graphic showing 4 percent chose the Minneapolis Moline option
6. Cockshutt  (162 votes, 5%)
  graphic showing 5 percent chose the Cockshutt option
7. Ford  (349 votes, 11%)
  graphic showing 11 percent chose the Ford option
8. Other  (662 votes, 21%)
  graphic showing 21 percent chose the Other option

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Today's Featured Article - A Lifetime of David Brown - by Samuel Kennedy. I was born in 1950 and reared on my family’s 100 acre farm. It was a fairly typical Northern Ireland farm where the main enterprise was dairying but some pigs, poultry and sheep were also kept. Potatoes were grown for sale and oats were grown to be used for cattle and horse feeding. Up to about 1958 the dairy cows were fed hay with some turnips and after that grass silage was the main winter feed. That same year was the last in which flax was grown on the farm. Flax provided the fibre which w ... [Read Article]

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