Farming in the south is quite different than that of the mid-west and western part of the country. Though our farms may not be as large we produce a great deal of food which feeds millions. I was sad to see nothing showing the hard work and long hours we put in to making this country a strong nation. I think this needs some attention to reflect a larger demographic which includes something besides a select area.
Love your video !
Have a true fascination with 2stroke diesel engines,
so obviously had to watch your tractor video !
Would love to be able to see and HEAR her running under a pulling load,
and two bottom plow, or loaded wagon etc.
Have more questions than I can possibly ask you here !
would like to be able to email you.
Thanks again for the video !Need to include the original credits on this video to be fair to those that were involved, other wise a great presentation. What year was this produced Must be near 40 years back as I know some of the collectors, in this clip, their still young men!
Good video, but Oliver was not the first tractor to have a diesel engine. That nod goes to the International Harvester WD40 in 1934.
As am old man 84 yrs I was fortunate enough to spend from 8 yrs to 16 yrs on a farm in Pa .in those day's any child any age could work which I did on a neighboring large farm .I have a great love of tractor's ,& equipment .I was a hard working young lad those day's
I'm a farmer. And love the old school ways. I have case 222 old case 222newer and case 155. .Phenomenal! I remember seeing a Lanz Bulldog in 1958/59 when I was only 5 years old. Never ever seen one again until this video. And YES it was BLUE but the flywheel was not covered. Thank you for sharing.That was great! Thanks to both of you and you for the idea of this video. It was fantastic. Cheers