Tractors
Tractor collections, antique farm toys, antique farm tractors, history of tractor manufacturers and more.

Teaming up on Tractor Collection

Father and son solidify their relationship with a shared collection of 1970s muscle tractors.

The Sears Suburban Goes Urban

With a new outlook on life, a 1976 Sears Suburban garden tractor is back in business.

Explore more articles that document the past and present of the antique tractor hobby:
Antique Farm Tractors
History of Tractor Manufacturers
Tractor Collections
Antique Farm Toys

Featured Product

Evolution of a Tractor

Evolution of a Tractor

Original reminiscences of IHC executives from April 1920. Includes factory photos not published elsewhere, plus manuscript and illustrations from collector Leroy Baumgardner Jr.

Featured Video

John Deere Balancing on Coke Bottles

Shopping

FARM COLLECTOR SHOW DIRECTORY 2017

The Farm Collector Show Directory is the No. 1 source for the most current and complete antique farm equipment show information. Packed with maps of each show location, detailed listings, club advertisements and commercial resources, the directory is your personal guide to the world of antique farm equipment shows. This jumbo book contains all the antique farm equipment shows in 2017 — from spring swaps and consignment auctions to antique tractor pulls, thresherees, fall shows and annual meetings. The directory features events from coast to coast — and Canada!

WHOLESALE PRICING is also available for resellers. For wholesale prices and ordering, please contact a customer care representative at (866) 624-9388. For Canada and other foreign orders, please call (785) 274-4366.

$16.95

MY FIRST TRACTOR: STORIES OF FARMERS AND THEIR FIRST LOVE

Driving a tractor was a rite of passage for every farmboy and girl. Anyone who grew up on a farm has nostalgic stories about his or her first tractor: the Farmall that replaced the draft horses, the John Deere "Poppin' Johnny" that ran forever and the cursed tractor that would never start. The long hours spent in the metal tractor seat, come rain, snow or the glaring sun, were formative in a farmer's life.

Here are 25 stories from notable rural authors relating fond or not-so-fond memories of their first tractors, including Michael Perry, Bob Artley, Roger Welsch, Bob Feller, Ben Logan, Gwen Petersen, Ralph W. Sanders, Robert N. Pripps, Patricia Penton Leimbach, Randy Leffingwell, Lee Klancher, Don Macmillan, Scott Garvey, John Dietz and more.

$16.99