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December Featured Photo

“His & Hers”

December’s featured photo was submitted by Kim Horneman and will be featured in our 2018 catalog. The tractors pictured are a John Deere 720 and a John Deere 40. “My 720 diesel is a 1957 or 1958, pony start, has 3-point hitch and dual hydraulics. I bought it just out of high school and it was literally in boxes but somehow it became a tractor again. My husband’s 40 is a 1955 and is the latest addition to our family. We just got the chrome pipe from you all 2 days prior to this picture when we were having our family plow day at my parent’s farm, Daily Crisis Farm. He was a Farmall man but I think he has realized it’s okay to like both.”


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November Featured Photo

“Like Father, Like Son – The Work Must be Done”

 

 

November’s featured photo was submitted by Danielle Jeardoe of Glen Elder, Kansas. “Like father, like son – the work must be done. This is my son Colton driving his New Holland pedal tractor, pulling a homemade swather made by his dad, Kip. Kip was finishing the nightly feeding of our cows with our Case International 7130 Magnum tractor.” Danielle’s photo will be featured in our 2018 catalog.


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October Featured Photo

“This is my recently restored 1952 Allis Chalmers WD. I won the tractor at an auction at the Le Sueur Minnesota Pioneer Show as a barely running, well-used machine right out of the field. I spent the first year just scraping congealed grease from the frame. The next three years were spent tearing it down into its various components, babying each one. Thanks to encouragement, technical help, and some physical effort from my friends of the Park Rapids, MN Antique Tractor Club, I got “Alice” up and running a year ago. It’s my parade tractor and my pride and joy!”

-Noel Allard

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2018 Catalog Cover Reveal

It’s official, the 2018 catalog cover has been chosen!

The 2018 catalog cover has been chosen. The photo featured on the cover was submitted by David Sass of North Central, Idaho. “This is a 1954 John Deere 60 with a 224T baler. This is an original tractor that has never been repainted or restored which I use to bale about 1,000 bales a year,” said David. Congratulations, David!

Catalogs will print soon and ship in November. Request a catalog here.

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September Featured Photo

This tractor was purchased new by my grandfather in 1955 and was used on the family farm. My uncle did an overhaul on it when he was in high school but it was later replaced by newer equipment and parked in the barn. After sitting in the barn for 30 years I pulled it out and completed a full restoration on this John Deere 50 during my senior year of high school. I competed in the tractor restoration contest through FFA at the major ag mechanic shows in Texas and managed to place quite well.”

-Carson Rose
El Campo, Texas

This photo was submitted in our tractor photo contest and will be featured in the 2018 Steiner calendar. Congratulations, Carson!

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August Featured Tractor Photo

“I recently moved to a location with 20 acres. I was in need of a tractor. After meeting new neighbors and friends, I mentioned that I needed a tractor. One of my new friends said he would sell me his tractor and gave me his address where I went to see it.

This picture says it all. The shed was probably being held up by the wisteria growing through every window, wall, and door. Peeking out the front was this amazing find. A 1959 Case, model 210B. The owner drove it in the shed 6 years prior and had not touched it since.

I put it on a trailer and took it home. I put a carburetor kit in it, the 6-volt (positive ground) generator was rebuilt, and a new battery was installed. It started up and continues to run better each day.

It is a wonderful tractor and a rare model. It has power steering, low and high range, and is easy to drive.”

-Lawrence Hodson

Tractors on the Big Mack

This picture was taken in 2011, the third year our of eight that we have crossed the Mackinac bridge in the Antique Tractor Crossing. Pictured in the photo starting with the front tractor, my son Shaun Keenan on his 1946 John Deere A, then my oldest son Dan Keenan on his 1936 John Deere B, and I am on my 1955 Allis Chalmers WD-45. All of these tractors have been fully restored with parts from Steiner on our family farm with the help of our good friend Bob Eggebrecht.

Mike Keenan

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Featured Tractor Photo

This months featured winner from our 2017 tractor calendar photo contest.

The picture was taken in Chilhowee, Missouri. Our club, CAFMCO hosts a 3 day Fall show each September. This picture is the Massey Harris feature line up. We invite local school groups as well as workshops, veterans, home school groups etc to tour free of charge on Friday of the the show. There are demonstrations of blacksmithing, apple butter, cider, weaving, sorghum making, petting zoo, threshing, bailing, etc. We have antique and classic tractor pulls, kids games, pony pull, and a church service on Sunday.

Leah Daugherty
Holden, Missouri

March Featured Tractor Photo

1942 John Deere B

Original, one family owned tractor. Tractor was purchased by my Grandfather in 1942, just after the start of the war. Grandfather, father and uncle farmed with it in New Haven Michigan until the mid 1960’s then parked in a barn. Grandfather died in 1972, and my uncle moved it to another barn in 1992. It was rough, but all there. In 2008 my two young sons and I retrieved it and restored it as a family project. Four generations of family have loved this tractor.

Todd Radashaw
Lowell, Michigan

Featured Tractor John Deere

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I always hate to pass up the opportunity for a great sunset photo, and I just happened to have the 1951 G out of the shed on the evening I took this picture. The light was just perfect for only a couple of minutes, and shortly after I snapped this picture, all of the beautiful highlights in the clouds, as well as the rainbow were gone. I’m so happy that I had the opportunity to not only take this picture, but also to share it with all of my great fellow Steiner customers in your 2017 calendar!

Matt Cline
Guthrie Center, Iowa