Heritage Iron is a magazine that focuses on MUSCLE tractors! Every brand, make, and model from the 1960-1990 era. Beautiful, high quality centerfolds are featured in each issue along with well written articles, highly researched information, and contributions from readers. Having grown up in the tractor pulling world, Sherry is no stranger to tractors and equipment. Her exceptional collection of ag literature has proven to be a tremendous asset with the editorial content of the magazine. She travels the country and talks with the people who designed, built, sold, and used the equipment to get the best information possible. In addition, she has assembled a team of top-notch contributors to assist with stories, providing the readers with a high-quality publication that covers all brands. In 2009, Heritage Iron was awarded the Best New Launch Magazine of the Year award at the Niche Magazine Conference taking tractor magazines to a new level.
Oliver Heritage Magazine is CELEBRATING 100 issues with the release of our Dec/Jan 2021 publication!
As your certified Oliver Authority, Oliver Heritage is the magazine for enthusiasts of all things Oliver, White, Cletrac, and Hart-Parr. From James Oliver's first chilled plow to the White Field Boss, Oliver Heritage brings you the history of the people and the machines of the Oliver family of companies. Every two months Oliver Heritage presents technical articles, history, personal stories, and tractor and machinery reviews in a beautiful full color magazine. In every issue editor Sherry Schaefer digs into her extensive collection of literature and historic photos to present little known facts about long forgotten aspects of Oliver history. Oliver Heritage is a must-have publication for anyone interested in the history of the Oliver line of machinery.
Feeding America During Warfare - Farming and Production During WWII
60-page compilation of machinery and production advertising done by our nation's leading tractor and implement manufacturers during WWII is a tribute to both our brave soldiers and the American farmer.
"Every hand tells a story. The farmer's hands tells a story of hard work and dedication through calloused fingers, scars and soiled nails. Each picture is matted and printed using fade resistant UV inks on acid-free archival paper." Prints are 11 x 14.
We produce a yearly tractor calendar for both of our publications, Oliver Heritage and Heritage Iron. We now also offer custom and personalized calendars for your business or organization. Email our creative director, Christina, at email@example.com for more information.