A Farming Revolution Harry Ferguson

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Inventor Harry Ferguson changed the face of farming forever when he came up with a simple three-point linkage for tractors and patented it in 1926 – enabling farming vehicles to carry and operate implements and attachments directly rather than towing them like a trailer.

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By Tim Bolton

Inventor Harry Ferguson changed the face of farming forever when he came up with a simple three-point linkage for tractors and patented it in 1926 – enabling farming vehicles to carry and operate implements and attachments directly rather than towing them like a trailer.

His company grew and in 1946 began manufacturing the ‘little grey Fergie’ Ferguson TE20 – the blueprint for the modern tractor. Both linkage and tractor have gone on to become farming icons, cementing Ferguson’s place in history. Ferguson: A Farming Revolution charts the story of Harry’s incredible success. Tom Bolton’s account of how Harry Ferguson and his inventions changed the world of farming forever.

Units: 1 Book

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Weight .290 kg
Dimensions 25 × 18 × 1 cm

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