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Heritage Iron Magazine was founded in 2008 in order to fill a need for those interested in muscle tractors. Heritage Iron features all brands, all makes, and all models of muscle tractors from the 1960’s to mid 1980’s including the equipment used by the tractors. Each issue highlights a featured tractor and presents a detailed account of the tractor, its attributes, its history, and its owner. Other regular features in the magazine are machinery milestones, letters to the editor, equipment and company history, classified ads, auction results, an editor’s page, farm toys, literature and memorabilia.
A farm family can be described with many words: hard-working, respected, strong, and many more pop to the top of one’s head. And it’s with appreciation and gratitude that Heritage Iron has partnered with Farm Rescue to present the Farmer’s Hands and Farmer’s Wife prints.
The Beautiful Hands of a Farmer Print (11"x14" image)
The Beautiful Hands of a Farmer's Wife Print (11"x14" image)
They are also available framed here: http://farmrescue.org/get_involved/store.html
All (100%) of the profits from the sale of these prints goes to Farm Rescue, a non-profit organization that seeks to help farmers who have suffered a major injury, illness or natural disaster. The organization plants and harvests crops free of charge for those families.
In 2012, Farm Rescue was able to help 41 farm families.
For more, Farm Rescue Website
And here’s a video from the organization interviewing a family that has benefited from their help: