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MADE FOR ENTHUSIASTS BY ENTHUSIASTS
Welcome to the brand new Tractor Barn Productions website! We are a company run by two very familliar faces in the world of tractor and farm machinery DVD programmes - Stephen Richmond and Jonathan Whitlam. We have fully updated the site to make it as interesting and as easy to use as possible. Please stay a while and take a look around - there is plenty to see!
Two new aerial clips this week - one featuring manure spreading with a New Holland TM155 and ECE spreader in Suffolk and the other looking at a Claas Lexion 430 Evoultion and a Claas Lexion 780 harvesting wheat on marshes in Norfolk.
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POWER OF THREE
In 1957 the Ford Motor Company launched the Fordson Dexta; a small tractor aimed at a different market to the bigger Major already in production since 1951. The Dexta was novel in that it featured a three cylinder diesel engine - the success of which led to a line of tractors stretching over four decades.
By 1964 a whole new Ford tractor range included no less than three tractors featuring a three cylinder motor, inlcuding the best selling Ford 4000. No other tractor manufacturer embraced the power of three to the same extent as Ford and the success of the 4000 model and its successors proved they were right!
In this programme we see why the Dexta came on the scene and trace the successive generations of three cylinder powered Ford tractors as the 1000 Series gave way to the 600 range and then the Series 10 models. The story finally ends in the 1990s as the 30 Series brings to an end a fascinating three cylinder legacy.
Often over-looked, taken for granted or simply forgotten, this programme pays tribute to a unique and superbly engineered range of tractors - machines that were used all over the world and for a mind-boggling amount of different tasks. Conversions of these machines by County and Roadless also feature as do some highway versions and some rarer incarnations.
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DO YOU HAVE ANY ARCHIVE FILMS OR PHOTOGRAPHS?
We are constantly looking for older material, be it from the 1950s, 60s, or even the last five years! If you have any old cine film or video material we would love to hear from you. We aim to build up an archive of still photographs and moving footage covering agriculture in Great Britain. More information to come soon!
IF YOU HAVE ANYTHING YOU THINK MIGHT BE OF INTEREST TO US
REPLY CARD CHRISTMAS DRAW
We are placing reply cards in selected DVD programme cases. As an incentive to return these postage paid completed cards back to us, we are now running an annual Christmas Draw where all returned cards will be placed in a tub and one picked at random. The winner will then recieve two of our latest DVD programmes completely free! If you have not found a reply card, simply foward your details to us via post or email and we shall enter you in the draw free of charge and you will also be placed on our mailing list. Next draw to be made on the 20th December 2015.
As time allows we will continually update this site with photographs and videos from our extensive collection of well over 100,000 photographs and several thousand hours of high quality video.
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