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Inside the September 2015 issue of Tractor & Farming Heritage...

News
All the latest news in the world of
tractors and heritage.

Graham’s Grumbles

The cleverly conceived plans of show
judges drive Graham Hampstead to
the brink.

Tractor Talk

Your news, views and comments
about the vintage and classic scene.

Far from the
glamping crowd
Today the shepherds hut can be a
trendy place to spend a holiday, but
this is far removed from the harsh
realities of its original purpose.

Fresh fields and
pastures new
Graham Hampstead takes on the
repair of a Massey Ferguson 35x for
a change, while gaining some new
land opens up opportunities for him.

Universal acclaim
A 17-year Nuffield Universal DM4
project is rewarded with the Best
Nuffield at the Newark Vintage
Tractor Show 2013.

Gone in 30 seconds
You can be as meticulous as you
like in planning and executing a
restoration job, but then the
unexpected happens…

Renewing an old contract
When Dave Taylor’s nostalgic interest
in tractors was rekindled, his
thoughts turned to the old Field
Marshall they used for contracting.

Scammell
Challenge 2015
Dave Taylor takes time off from
reminiscing about his tractors
to tell us about an unusual event that
will be taking place at St Mawgan
Steam and Vintage Rally.

David Brown Rescue Service
In recent years, Carmarthenshire
farmer David James has been
performing something of a service
for the tractor movement – rescuing
old tractors.

Branded by the Muir-Hill 101
Every tractor enthusiast has their
favourite model of tractor and a
strong reason for that machine being
their favourite, Jonathan Whitlam
tells us his.

Massey Ferguson go industrial
With the completion of the merger
of Ferguson and Massey-Harris in
1953, the company began the
manufacture of industrial machines.

Home Farm Diaries

One of the best months of the year
has come round again. It’s
September 1956 at Home Farm and
work is progressing nicely.

RED vs BLUE
Go Compare - Massey Ferguson 35x
vs Fordson Super Dexta, but who
comes out on top?

Powering up for
the modern era
Part two of the Zetor story sees the
company adapting to the modern
ever-changing marketplace.

Pulling up on
the expense
Brake shoe relining is somehow seen
as a dark art, but if you are
methodical and take your time the
job can be easy.

...and much more!!