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Great Opportunity for Families Who Loves Green Tractors

Jan 22, 2010

Does your family bleed green? It’s not uncommon to see grandpa, dad and junior all wearing the same machinery company’s logo on their ball cap. And if for your family, that color must be green, then this may be the opportunity for you. 
 

The folks who are putting together the 2011 calendar, “Generations to Come,” are seeking farm families who would like to be featured.

 

To be considered for the 2011 calendar, family farms must meet specific criteria: The farm needs to have been in the family for at least two, but preferably three or more, generations, with the expectation that it will stay in the family for future generations. Families must farm with John Deere agricultural equipment, with previous generations that also used it. Farms should also be located in a picturesque location with scenic farmland, rolling hills, fields or pastures near a pond or stream, or feature an interesting building, original farmhouse, or other unique land formation. In addition, families must be willing to have a professional photographer on-site for up to two days for a calendar photo shoot.

 

For more information on the “Generations to Come” calendar, or to submit your farm family for consideration,

visit www.GenerationsCalendar.com or call (866) 736-6556.

 

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