This month’s featured photo was submitted by Wayne Shaw of Utterson, Ontario, Canada.
“The Massey 1080 took the day off from haying due to rain. After the rain stopped a rainbow formed overhead framing the tractor, which I thought would make for a pleasant picture after a soaking day.” -Wayne Shaw
This photo was chosen as a winner in our photo contest and will be featured in the 2020 Steiner Tractor Parts catalog. Check out the other winning photos here.
In 2018 we introduced our new delivery program that allows you to choose when you need your tractor parts. This new system proved to be a winner. We have been able to get your order to you in a faster and more affordable way. It also made choosing a delivery option easier.
We are excited to announce that our new delivery program has successfully allowed us to exceed your expected delivery time on our economy and standard delivery options.
In addition to our improved delivery times, we are excited to now offer FREE ECONOMY DELIVERY* in the 48 contiguous states (U.S.) on retail orders of $374.01 or more.
May’s featured photo was submitted by David Batliner and features a Massey Ferguson 1130. It was restored in 1994 and is one of many tractors from David and Joe Batliner’s collection. The mail pouch barn in the background is located in Lanesville, Indiana, home of the Lanesville Heritage Festival.
This photo was chosen as a winner in our annual photo contest and is featured in the 2019 catalog. Click the button below to view all of the winning photos.
This story is more about a place rather than a tractor. In 1980 a husband and wife decided to have an antique tractor show at their home. Just like any event the first was small but successful. The duo had a unique love and common hobby of antique farm equipment. Together Horrace and Norma Potter owned over 300 pieces! They easily could have shown their own equipment and had an amazing show, but they chose to open it up and share the hobby with other restorers.
Annual tractor show
The annual tractor show went on for 20 years in Milford, Delaware until the Potters hung up their hats in 2000. Now this is where two lives collide. In 1991 on the 10th annual Hickory Ridge Farm Show a 15 year old named Russell Geyer III started showing his own farm equipment. Russell showed equipment and participated in the tractor pull competition. Russell being a part of a farming family loved Hickory Ridge. Horrace taught him how to compete. Russell competed at Hickory Ridge for 4 years.
Purchasing and restoring antique farm equipment
After high school graduation he, like most graduates, joined the working class. In 2014 Russell purchased and restored a tractor his family bought new in 1963 which appeared in his wedding to his wife. In 2015 Russell and his wife began purchasing and restoring antique farm equipment. Again a husband and wife team up to rescue these long forgotten power houses. By 2018 the Geyer’s had 18 tractors. Nothing compared to the Potter’s but its a goal to work towards.
A new legacy
After Norma Davis Potter passed away in 2017 the farm was prepared for a new legacy and going up for sale. Friends of the family connected Russell with the Davis/Potter family and in October 2018 Mr. Geyer purchased Hickory Ridge. Vendors, tractors, and exhaust had not filled the show grounds in 20 years. Children had not ran through the property eating hot dogs. People from surrounding states had not taken in Hickory Ridge’s beauty. Russell remembers the smells, the roar of a tractor pulling a load down the track, the American flag whipping in the wind. Russell and his wife vowed to the family the show would come back to Hickory Ridge.
Hickory Ridge Antique Tractor Club
On November 3rd 2018 the first Hickory Ridge Antique Tractor Club held its meeting. Bylaws and rules were formed, positions were filled, and a sense of pride fell over the 5 members and even 2 junior members in attendance. The club is working hard to have the second Annual Hickory Ridge Antique Tractor Show in August 2019. We are looking for more members, including youth members, more vendors, and more sponsors. The family and club want the show to be just like it was. It was a place where history came alive, festivities were affordable, and memories could be made. Hickory Ridge is back and ready to get the show started!
Why wait until Monday? Steiner has cyber savings ALL weekend long!
Shop now and get up to $50 OFF your retail order. Place an order of $179.00 or more and get FREE DELIVERY in the contiguous U.S.
-Valid Thursday, November 22nd through Monday, November 26th at 11:59pm (EST).
-Retail orders only. Does not include special order parts.
-Premium option not available with free delivery promo.
-No coupon code needed. Discount & free delivery automatically applies at checkout. See below for checkout tips.
Having trouble checking out? We recently deployed our new website and the checkout process has changed a little. A coupon code is no longer needed. Once your subtotal reaches the qualifying amount AND a delivery method is selected, the promotion will apply to your order. If your order qualifies for $5 – $50 off and reaches the minimum for free delivery, both discounts will be combined in the “promotion discount” line. To see the savings, scroll to the bottom of the checkout page and you can see the price breakdown.
If you do not see a discount applied to your order, check the following things.
1. Your subtotal reaches the minimum amount of $25.00 or more.
2. You selected a delivery method. Our old website had the “free delivery” option once a coupon code was entered, but this no longer will be an option as we no longer require a coupon code. You will now need to select a delivery option (economy, standard or truck), and then it will deduct the amount of the delivery option you selected at the bottom of your invoice. (Premium option is not available with the free delivery promotion.)
3. If you are still having difficulties, please email us at email@example.com and one of our CSR’s will contact you as soon as we are back in the office on Monday, November 26th.
We’re hitting the road to join our Mecum Auction friends at their Iowa Premier in Davenport, Iowa November 8th-10th. With over 500 tractors and 800 signs & farm relics available, this is an auction you won’t want to miss!
Enter Our Daily Raffle
Stop by the Steiner table to say hello and enter our raffle for a chance to win a bundle of goodies including a Steiner gift card! 3 winners will be drawn each day.
Free Shipping + $50 Gift Card
Place a order at the auction and get free shipping. If your retail order is over $250 we’ll throw in a $50 Steiner gift card with your parts! Offer is valid on retail orders shipping regular ground in the contiguous United States.
Pickup Your 2019 Catalog
Be one of the first to get the new 2019 Steiner catalog.
September’s featured photo was submitted by Cary Bolton. This photo was chosen as a winner in our annual photo contest and will be featured in the 2019 Steiner catalog.
“This is a 1963 Massey Ferguson 65 tractor with multi-power. I purchased it at an estate sale. It had been rode hard and put away wet many times. I am going to split the tractor and put in the necessary seals and check the clutch. I also need to go through the hydraulic system. The tractor runs but needs a good tune-up and the exhaust system fixed. I have been looking for parts in various places but was delighted to find that the steering wheel is available new from Steiner at a price close to ones found at salvage yards. I will go with the new one! I need to do alot of work on the seat before I can order new cushions, which i’ll get from Steiner as well. I will take some more pictures and send them along after I get it going again. Before I fix this one though, I am going to work on a 1963 Massey Ferguson 50 that needs less work. Those parts will come from Steiner as well.”
To view all of 2019 catalog contest winning photos, click here.
We are excited to announce the launch of our new apparel line. We are kicking things off with new exclusive Steiner t-shirts. Designed with a loose fit for the hot summer, our t-shirts are perfect for everyday wear or your next local tractor show. Add a pop of color and rock Steiner gear along with your tractor! Check back soon for more items as we continue to add to our apparel line. View Shirts >>
We are proud to join Mecum Auctions in supporting the Curing Kids Cancer organization. Since 2012, Curing Kids Cancer and Mecum Auctions have raised more than $4 million to fund innovative research and treatments for pediatric cancers. This year, Steiner is providing the parts to restore a Farmall tractor that will be auctioned at the 2018 Iowa Premier. All proceeds will benefit Curing Kids Cancer.
For more information about the auction, click here.
Each year we offer an exclusive tractor hat that can be purchased at a discounted price on qualifying retail orders. 2017 was our 40th anniversary so we wanted to do something special and offered 4 hats, 1 for each decade of selling new parts for old tractors. Did you collect all 4? Here’s your last chance! Get all 4 hats from our flame series for the price of 1 while supplies lasts. During checkout simply enter coupon code 4FLAME and the bundle of hats will automatically be added to your order.
Retail orders only
Order minimum $250 (shipping, handling, and tax not included)