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Just curious what tractor magazines besides red power do you guys subscribe to or just read.

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Heritage Iron is one of my favorites 

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I'll start, currently I do not have a subscription to red power. I probably should since I'm on the forum daily but I keep putting it off. I've had a subscription to green magazine for about ten years now, may be longer. My mother in law buys it every year as a birthday present. I used to read it  cover to cover when it first came every month but now I'm losing interest. I also had a subscription to their other magazine Classic Farm and Tractor for a year. I liked that one, they have articles on all makes of equipment. The only drawback was new issues came every other month. I've bought a few issues of the oliver heritage a few times, I liked that one also.

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Red Power, Antique Power, Legacy Quarterly (Massey Farris and Ferguson). I like them all.

DWF

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The enemy publication Green magazine.

I used to by Oliver and Heritage Iron off the shelf.

I like them all too. 

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Red power magazine and Harvester Heritage is all I get

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I get Red Power and Harvester Highlights. My grandfather gets Green, Heritage Iron and Farm Collector. Because we don't read the same ones, it gives us things to share with each other. I like the setup.

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Red Power, Harvester Highlights, Toy Farmer, Lawn &Garden Tractor Magazine, Cub Cadet Connection (contributing writer).

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I've subscribed to Red Power since sometime the first year.  Not sure where Dad heard about it but He suscribed since issue #1.

   And just Monday, 8-23 I called 3-Point INK and subscribed to Heritage Iron and ordered  Paul Wallem's new book on IH's "Successes and Industry Firsts."  Max Armstrong interviewed Paul on his show last Saturday about the book.  I wonder if he will publish a JD edition?  A 3x5 inch post card with "POWERSHIFT" on one side and "ROLL-A-MATIC" on the other.

    My Tractor show buddy has been a long time suscriber to Antique Power and loaned me some to read, and he's gotten Heritage Iron since issue #1, loaned me a couple of those too.  I REALLY thought long and hard about subscribing back when it first went to print, but I still have a few issues of HOT ROD magazine and CYCLE MAGAZINE I suscribed to back in high school.  I don't have unlimited storage space, and I have a L-O-T of books too.  The ONLY Deere book I have is the Deere 3010/4010 sales brochure I got at the Moline, Ill Deere dealer out by the airport fall of 1960 about where the Holiday Inn is now.  Was the first dealer around to get the New Generation display tractor.  I've still got the postcard the dealership mailed out advertising the display tractor.

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42 minutes ago, DOCTOR EVIL said:

  I wonder if he will publish a JD edition?  A 3x5 inch post card with "POWERSHIFT" on one side and "ROLL-A-MATIC" on the other.

   

That's funny, I like it.

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11 hours ago, bitty said:

Red power magazine and Harvester Heritage is all I get

Harvest Highlights is from the National IH Collectors Club. That and of course Red Power are all I get. I've been a Red Power subscriber since 1996. My aunt used to get me a subscription for Christmas. Since I became the moderator here, it's a perk of the job. :D

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Like BJ, Harvester Highlights and Red Power. What else does a guy need?

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I subscribe to Red Power ,Dad subscribes to Antique Power and we swap them between us.

Being down here in New Zealand ,we also have several British (Heritage Tractor, Classic Tractor, Tractor and Machinery ,Tractor and Farming Heritage to name a few) and a Australian magazine (Old Machinery) on the shelves of the local bookshops recently. We only get them from time to time, when we see an article or two that we want to read. It is not cheap getting some of these magazines especially if they were air freighted into NZ. 

I often get our local trucking magazines too , like NZ trucking, NZ Truck and Driver and Truck Journal but only when I am near the local bookstore. 

Marty,NZ

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Red Power, Harvester Highlights, Toy Farmer and Heritage Iron

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I bought a few Red Power magazines , Harvester Highlights on Ebay.
I find these magazines very good icon_thumbup.gif
I would have liked how to be able to subscribe with online payment and receive this magazine in France

Otherwise, in France there are generalist magazines (which deal with several brands), some of which make good articles with repots on the IH and CASE IH brands

Exemple for revue number one in France

https://histoireetcollections.com/fr/89-tracteurs

 

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I only get  the magazine for the International Harvester Heritage Association.

 

The Association is also affiliated the International Harvester Collectors Club (IHCC) in America as Great Britain Chapter #45.

They do have quite and interesting members section of their website with an archive of ih literature  available  to members.

I'm  gueasing they are always looking  to expand their collection.

https://ihha.co.uk/

 

 

I  really should sort my subscription of Red Power Magazine out🙁

 

 

 

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44 minutes ago, Pid 1831 said:

I only get  the magazine for the International Harvester Heritage Association.

 

The Association is also affiliated the International Harvester Collectors Club (IHCC) in America as Great Britain Chapter #45.

They do have quite and interesting members section of their website with an archive of ih literature  available  to members.

I'm  gueasing they are always looking  to expand their collection.

https://ihha.co.uk/

 

 

I  really should sort my subscription of Red Power Magazine out🙁

 

 

 

Received Today magazine for the International Harvester Heritage Association.icon_thumbup.gif

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3 hours ago, Big Bud guy said:

I used to sub to Green Mag but I quit after JR Hobbs moved on.  Since then I just go on eBay occasionally and buy back issues of 2 cylinder and Antique Power.  

He must have moved on quite a while back because I don't recall hearing of him.

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