tractor pull

8 Action-Packed John Deere Tractor Pull Photos

January 14, 2013

Tractor pulling is a tradition that originated in the 1860’s. It has now developed into a full-fledged sport practiced in the U.S., Canada, Australia, Brazil, and even Europe (particularly in the Netherlands). In essence, a tractor pull involves a sled, 35 ft. wide, being pulled a distance of 300 ft. As the tractor moves closer to its destination, more and more weight is added. While horses originally did the pulling, today competitors use a different (and exponentially more effective) kind of horsepower:

A Brief History of the National Farm Machinery Show

February 13, 2012


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Later this week, the 47th National Farm Machinery Show and Championship Tractor Pull will begin at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Kentucky.  The four day event always draws large crowds from across the country, with last year’s attendance reaching just over 300,000 people.  More than 1.2 million square feet of exhibit space will be used at the show to display and demonstrate the latest technological advancements and products from more than 850 exhibitors.  Just as we were at the 2011 show, we’ll be at this year’s show providing updates to those of you who can’t make it.

7 Excellent Tractor Pulling Images

March 29, 2010

When you think of the words tractor pulling, do you think about a tractor pull sporting event or a tractor pulling its weight? Either way, you are sure to enjoy our latest collection of images featuring John Deere tractors!

Tractor Pull Events

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