Tractor & Machinery September 2020 Back Issue (Digital)

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Tractor & Machinery September 2020 Back Issue (Digital)

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Tractor & Machinery is the world’s best-selling tractor magazine. Onsale every four weeks, this 180-page publication covers tractors from the 1940s through to the 1990s, reflecting an era of tremendous change in agricultural machinery. From the post-war austerity days when tractors started to become more common on our land through to the 1990s when new technology transformed farming forever, Tractor & Machinery has exclusive owner’s stories, historical profiles, restoration stories, practical advice plus the latest news and sales results from the world of tractors. Each issue of Tractor & Machinery covers the most popular makes and models, such as Massey Ferguson, Ford, New Holland, International, John Deere and many more. In addition, however, the magazine also covers some of the quirkier tractors and implements around. For those with a hands-on knowledge, there’s a dedicated Workshop section with essential practical advice, hints and tips. Furthermore, there’s a Farm & Horticultural section looking at smaller machinery and implements. Tractor & Machinery is the only magazine to offer this huge variety of content and since its launch in 1994 Tractor & Machinery has gone from strength to strength and is now the world’s best-selling tractor magazine with fans the world over The publication is renowned for producing the most authoritative, in-depth and interesting features each month including exclusive owner’s stories, historical profiles, restoration stories, practical advice and more.


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