A family farm in Cambridgeshire, England was a busy place in the 1940's and 50's. These farmers were enthusiastic users of new machinery, including an International tractor bought in 1928, and a Cockshutt combine bought in 1947. They were also a great fan of heavy horses. Fortunately, for history and for us, the farmer was also a keen cameraman who filmed life & work on the farm! See gangs of men & women hard at work, when horses were still plentiful & a steam threshing set was hard at work, but Farmall tractors, IH crawlers & the combine are gradually taking over. As the boys look back at Farming in Father's Day, we, too, can enjoy a unique glimpse of a style of farming that has gone forever! A great DVD showcasing old time farming methods!
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