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  • 03/10/18--05:04: 1965 International 1206

  • This International 1206 managed to find its way back home.

    In Max’s Tractor Shed this week we get a look at a 1965 International 1206, where it was lost and then found again, by the Rittinger family in Circleville, Ohio.

    Max's Tractor Shed is a regular feature of This Week in Agribusiness. Max Armstrong shares information about legacy machines, their stories and how they may still be at work today. If you have a tractor you want featured in Max's Tractor Shed, send a high-resolution digital picture, your contact information, and information about the tractor - what makes it special - to max@agbizweek.com.


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  • 03/17/18--05:06: 1938 John Deere BWH 40

  • Max Armstrong profiles a unique tractor in John Deere livery

    Max Armstrong shares the story of a 1938 John Deere BWH 40, which its owner calls a holy grail for collectors. The machine is owned by Bruce Johnson, Rochelle, Ill., which is designed to straddle rows.

    Max's Tractor Shed is a regular feature of This Week in Agribusiness. If you have a tractor story you'd like to share for this feature, contact Max at max@agbizweek.com


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  • 03/24/18--05:01: 1954 Farmall Super MTA

  • Purrs like a kitten and runs on LP.

    In Max’s Tractor Shed, Max introduces a 1954 Farmall Super MTA LP-fueled tractor owned by Bret Palmer in Rector, Arkansas.

    Max's Tractor Shed is a regular feature of This Week in Agribusiness. Max Armstrong shares information about legacy machines, their stories and how they may still be at work today. If you have a tractor you want featured in Max's Tractor Shed, send a high-resolution digital picture, your contact information, and information about the tractor - what makes it special - to max@agbizweek.com.

     


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  • 03/31/18--05:05: 1960 John Deere 430

  • Max Armstrong digs into the story of a John Deere tractor of a different color

    Max Armstrong shares the story a John Deere 430 with an interesting color scheme - in red - owned by John Craig, Mentone, Ind. This was really sold in that color by John Deere, as Max explains.

    Max's Tractor Shed is a regular feature of This Week in Agribusiness. If you have a tractor story you'd like to share for this feature, contact Max at max@agbizweek.com


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  • 04/07/18--05:01: 1954 Farmall Super H

  • Seed farm beauty still gets the job done.

    In Max’s Tractor Shed, Max introduces a 1954 Farmall Super H owned by Fred C. Pond of Scott, Ohio. This tractor has gotten plenty of use on their 90-plus year-old seed farm.

    Max's Tractor Shed is a regular feature of This Week in Agribusiness. Max Armstrong shares information about legacy machines, their stories and how they may still be at work today. If you have a tractor you want featured in Max's Tractor Shed, send a high-resolution digital picture, your contact information, and information about the tractor - what makes it special - to max@agbizweek.com.


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  • 04/14/18--05:01: 1941 Farmall H

  • This beauty has a connection to Pearl Harbor Day.

    In Max’s Tractor Shed, Max introduces a 1941 Farmall H owned by Bradley Muldoon, Edinburgh, Indiana. This tractor was in serious disrepair before getting a first-class makeover.

    Max's Tractor Shed is a regular feature of This Week in Agribusiness. Max Armstrong shares information about legacy machines, their stories and how they may still be at work today. If you have a tractor you want featured in Max's Tractor Shed, send a high-resolution digital picture, your contact information, and information about the tractor - what makes it special - to max@agbizweek.com.


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  • 04/21/18--05:05: 1982 Ford 1700 diesel

  • This tractor finally found a Texas home

    Max Armstrong shares the story a 1982 Ford 1700 Diesel owned by Robert and Tracy Quait, Mission, Texas.

    Max's Tractor Shed is a regular feature of This Week in Agribusiness. If you have a tractor story you'd like to share for this feature, contact Max at max@agbizweek.com


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  • 04/28/18--05:01: 1941 Farmall H

  • It’s the details that make this prevalent antique shine.

    In Max’s Tractor Shed, Max introduces a 1961 Farmall 140 owned by Angela Wilson-Sutton and her husband Charles. Close attention to the finishing details makes this tractor special.

    Max's Tractor Shed is a regular feature of This Week in Agribusiness. Max Armstrong shares information about legacy machines, their stories and how they may still be at work today. If you have a tractor you want featured in Max's Tractor Shed, send a high-resolution digital picture, your contact information, and information about the tractor - what makes it special - to max@agbizweek.com.

     


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  • 05/05/18--05:03: 1974 Ford 5000

  • This cattle ranch tractor comes with a history lesson.

    In Max’s Tractor Shed, Max introduces a 1974 Ford 5000 owned by Frank Ellis in Sandy Ridge, Alabama. Max suggests talking to Frank about his family’s Civil War history if you swing by for a visit.

    Max's Tractor Shed is a regular feature of This Week in Agribusiness. Max Armstrong shares information about legacy machines, their stories and how they may still be at work today. If you have a tractor you want featured in Max's Tractor Shed, send a high-resolution digital picture, your contact information, and information about the tractor - what makes it special - to max@agbizweek.com.


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    Only one of these tractors exists today, and this machine got restoration help from two engineers

    Max Armstrong shares the story of a 1969 Massey Ferguson A4T-1900 – a one-of-a-kind machine that was restored by two engineers – David Ritenburgh, Ortonville, Mich., and Mike Verhulst, Ottumwa, Iowa

    Max's Tractor Shed is a regular feature of This Week in Agribusiness. If you have a tractor story you'd like to share for this feature, contact Max at max@agbizweek.com


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    Max Armstrong returns to the same tractor from last week with more information

    Max Armstrong returns for an update on the 1969 Minneapolis Moline A4T-1900; offering "the rest of the story." Max shares more information about Mike Verhulst, Ottumwa, Iowa, who had passed away a few days before last week's report on this special prototype tractor.

    Max's Tractor Shed is a regular feature of This Week in Agribusiness. If you have a tractor story you'd like to share for this feature, contact Max at max@agbizweek.com


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  • 05/26/18--05:02: 1972 John Deere 4320

  • This in one sharp tractor, and so is its owner.

    In Max’s Tractor Shed, Max introduces a In Max’s Tractor Shed, Max introduces a 1972 John Deere 4320 owned by Connor Erbsen Lanark, Illinois. Connor’s not only about tractors though, this young man is about to graduate high school as a presidential scholar.

    Max's Tractor Shed is a regular feature of This Week in Agribusiness. Max Armstrong shares information about legacy machines, their stories and how they may still be at work today. If you have a tractor you want featured in Max's Tractor Shed, send a high-resolution digital picture, your contact information, and information about the tractor - what makes it special - to max@agbizweek.com.


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  • 06/02/18--05:05: 1953 Farmall Super H

  • This is the story of a tractor that was at work until recently

    Max Armstrong highlights the upcoming Red Power Roundup, and talks about a 1953 Farmall Super H owned by the Bodine Family, Marshall County, Ala., that will be on hand. The 65 year old machine put in 62 years of work.

    Max's Tractor Shed is a regular feature of This Week in Agribusiness. If you have a tractor story you'd like to share for this feature, contact Max at max@agbizweek.com


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  • 06/09/18--05:06: The Red Power Round Up

  • Max Armstrong offers news of a major event for the antique tractor world

    Max Armstrong shares news of the upcoming Red Power Roundup, including more information about that 1953 Farmall Super H owned by Bodine Family, Marshall County, Alabama. The family is hosting the event coming up this week.

    Max's Tractor Shed is a regular feature of This Week in Agribusiness. If you have a tractor story you'd like to share for this feature, contact Max at max@agbizweek.com


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  • 06/16/18--07:48: 1955 Farmall 400

  • Sometimes you don’t love them until they’re gone.

    In Max’s Tractor Shed, Max introduces a 1955 Farmall 400 owned by Lyle Warner of Ashton, Ill. This Farmall replaced a fondly remembered version with a balky torque amplifier.

    Max's Tractor Shed is a regular feature of This Week in Agribusiness. Max Armstrong shares information about legacy machines, their stories and how they may still be at work today. If you have a tractor you want featured in Max's Tractor Shed, send a high-resolution digital picture, your contact information, and information about the tractor - what makes it special - to max@agbizweek.com.


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  • 06/23/18--08:34: 1965 Oliver 1250

  • Honoring a working machine

    Max Armstrong shares the story of a 1965 Oliver 1250 owned by Dallas Roberts, Elmburg, Kentucky. The Roberts family has a history farming with Oliver machines, and some still do.

    Max's Tractor Shed is a regular feature of This Week in Agribusiness. If you have a tractor story you'd like to share for this feature, contact Max at max@agbizweek.com


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  • 06/30/18--05:05: 1973 Massey Ferguson 165

  • This inherited tractor came with a familiar face.

    In Max’s Tractor Shed, Max introduces a 1973 Massey Ferguson 165 owned by Melanie Boone in Macon, Mo. This tractor proves that history repeats itself.

    Max's Tractor Shed is a regular feature of This Week in Agribusiness. Max Armstrong shares information about legacy machines, their stories and how they may still be at work today. If you have a tractor you want featured in Max's Tractor Shed, send a high-resolution digital picture, your contact information, and information about the tractor - what makes it special - to max@agbizweek.com.


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  • 07/07/18--06:02: 1961 International HT-341

  • Looking for a little turbine power

    Max Armstrong offers a look at the 1961 International HT-341, a turbine powered tractor that has been at the Smithsonian Institution, and it will be at the I&I Show in Pennfield, Ill.

    Max's Tractor Shed is a regular feature of This Week in Agribusiness. If you have a tractor story you'd like to share for this feature, contact Max at max@agbizweek.com


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  • 07/14/18--05:03: 1951 Oliver 66

  • This restoration project has a family connection.

    In Max’s Tractor Shed, Max introduces a 1951 Oliver 66 owned by Bud Griner in Traer, Iowa. This restoration project required some deep pockets.

    Max's Tractor Shed is a regular feature of This Week in Agribusiness. Max Armstrong shares information about legacy machines, their stories and how they may still be at work today. If you have a tractor you want featured in Max's Tractor Shed, send a high-resolution digital picture, your contact information, and information about the tractor - what makes it special - to max@agbizweek.com.


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    Broadcaster Orion Samuelson’s family still owns the tractor bought new by his father

    Max Armstrong shares the story of a Farmall F-20 owned by the Samuelson Family – a machine that Orion Samuelson’s father bought new. It was restored by the IH Collectors Chapter 10 in Central Illinois.

    Max's Tractor Shed is a regular feature of This Week in Agribusiness. If you have a tractor story you'd like to share for this feature, contact Max at max@agbizweek.com


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