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Watch Aumanns Album

Aumanns Album was a television series produced by Aumann Auctions and was broadcast on RFD-TV. The series focused on classic tractor collectors, the vintage iron hobby and classic tractor auctions. The series aired for two seasons. These 9 episodes are from the show’s second season. Season 2 – Episode 1 On this episode of Aumanns

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Watch This Before Buying A Restored Classic Tractor

Classic Tractor Fever has an ongoing segment called “In The Shop” where experts in the tractor hobby share their expertise and helpful restoration tips. Buying a restored tractor can be a great way to get a show ready classic without the headache of restoring it yourself. It can also be a large monetary investment. Sometimes

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Baling Hay In Dresher, Pennsylvania – July 1944

This series of photos shows the baling of hay in Dresher, Pennsylvania in July of 1944. The photographs are by Pauline Ehrlich and are part of the United States Library of Congress Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Black and White Negatives Collection. Click HERE to subscribe to our email list to get all the

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What’s A Fowler Gyrotiller?

This Fowler Gyrotiller works ground at a sugar plantation in Puerto Rico. The Gyrotiller was invented by Norman Storey who was a sugar cane plantation manager in Puerto Rico. Charles Henry Fowler licensed the exclusive rights from Storey to built the tractor in 1925. The first machines rolled of the line in October of 1927

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Season 3 - Episode 2

New Premium Videos Released On October 1, 2020!

On October 1, 2020, Classic Tractor Fever will released hours of content for our Premium Members. Join today to watch now! See a full list of the new released content below. -Classic Tractor Fever – Season 3 – Episode 2 What’s your favorite decade for farm tractor? Classic Tractor Fever focuses on the sensational sixties.

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What’s A Jayhawk Hay Stacker?

Do recognize this contraption used to move hay? These photos from 1939 show a John Deere tractor using a Jayhawk hay stacker. These stackers were manufactured by The Wyatt Manufacturing Company of Salina, Kansas. Wyatt built and sold its first hay stacker around 1903 which was powered and drove by a team of four horses

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Early Prototype Model T Ford Tractor

Do you recognize these Ford Tractors? Before Henry Ford released his iconic Fordson tractor, he built a variety of different prototypes. One of the first was a tractor built out of his equally iconic Model T. This video shot around 1917 shows a couple different prototypes designed around readily available Model T parts.

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International 1066 Tractor Sells For Record Price!

This International Harvester 1066 sold on the Jerry Everitt Tractorland 65 Year Tractor Collection Auction. But what’s so unique about this tractor? It might have something to do with it’s serial number. A prize for many classic tractor collectors is owning the first tractor produced for a particular model. This International Harvester 1066 is the

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Harvesting Guayule In Salinas, California – 1941

You might recognize the Caterpillar Thirty crawler in these photographs, but it’s doubtful you recognize the mechanical contraction it’s pulling. This photo, taken in December 1941, shows the harvesting of guayule in Salinas, California. Guayule is a type of vegetation which grows best in hot, dry climates and used in the production of natural rubber.

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New Premium Videos Released On September 4, 2020!

On September 4, 2020, we released hours of content for our Premium Members. Join today to watch now! See a full list of the new released content below. -Small Wonders – DVD (01:07:44) Brian Baxter hosts this companion DVD to the 2014 Classic Garden Tractors calendar. Featured tractors included: a 1970 John Deere 120, a

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