“Farmall Century,” illustrates the evolution & design of the iconic tractor as it reaches a major milestone

Author Lee Klancher joined RFD-TV’s Market Day Report to discuss a new, special edition version of his book, “Farmall Century” hitting the shelves in honor of the iconic tractor’s major milestone and impact on the ag industry over the last century.

Author Lee Klancher’s latest agricultural book, “Farmall Century” is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the revolutionary Farmall Tractor, providing an authoritative, model-by-model history of the Farmall to illustrate its evolution and design since it first hit the market in the early 1900s.

In a conversation with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander this Thursday on Market Day Report, Klancher discussed the huge impact that the “most significant farm tractors of the 20th century,” has had on the agriculture industry as well as the exciting, new special edition version of his book published by Octane Press to celebrate the iconic machinery’s major milestone.

To purchase a copy of “Farmall Century” or pre-order a 100th Anniversary Special Edtion, click here.

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