Story Of Tractors - David Brown Tractors
This fascinating series gives you a rare chance to see a wide range of tractors of all ages, from the earliest machines of the 1920s to present day, hard at work throughout the farming year. Find out about each machine, and its place in agricultural history. The first programme features the story of David Brown Tractors - a key name in British Tractor history - from their early beginnings through to the 1960s. We then pick up the David Brown story in the 1970's in the second instalment, when the use of these well-loved tractors expanded from working on the farm, to the production of industrial models for use on the highways. We look at a number of models hard at work in a variety of situations. In the final instalment of the David Brown story, we come up to date, with numerous purchasers, including CASE IH, and the subsequent development and production of new machines.
Little Book Of Tractors (128 Pages)
Little Book of Tractors is a celebration of the pioneers and innovators whose names have become synonymous with tractors - Henry Ford and his 'Fordson', Harry Ferguson and the 'Little Grey Fergie', John Deere, Farmall and David Brown to name just a few. This colourful book charts the history of these companies and their incredibly inventive machines as well as showing how takeovers and mergers have resulted in the loss of the majority of these historic names. Little Book of Tractors also takes a look at unusual tractor designs and specialist tractors, tractor trials, farming implements, and what future challenges face manufacturers as they work to make their tractors more cost efficient and less polluting than ever before. But most of all this affectionate tribute shows how tractors have not only been indispensable to farmers but become part of the fabric of country life, dearly loved by the people.
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