Maine potato, grain farmer Bobby Bartlett looks good in red, collects, restores antique Massey Harris ME farm tractors.Listen in as he explains where the itch, urge, addiction to any condition Maine farm tractors stems from, and hear him admit, say he just can't stop.
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In a rural farming state like Maine, folks take their tractor brand, colors pretty serious.If you've ever spent time on your knees picking potatoes as the put put of a two cyclinder John Deere B inches by pulling a digger to create your spud section, you know the magic.
The tug on your heart that old Maine farm tractors cause in the transport back in to time as a kid helping an area grower.
It goes back to hard honest work on a Maine farm growing up, maturing, depending on the tired machinery to get you through another season.
Respect for Maine food producers, their farm tractors starts early in rural Maine.
Figuring out how hard you have to labor to make a green piece of paper with a dead president, a serial number printed on it.
Personally I like red in my farm tractors too but the Farmall red shade of fire.
The operation, you and the Maine farm tractor become very close.
Maine, big state, bluer skies, brighter stars, friendlier people.