Conceived with a profound objective to educate & create a tradition for recognizing our Nation’s deeply-rooted and proud Agricultural Heritage. Awarded three State of Missouri Governor Proclamations [2010, 2011, & 2012]; combined with a Statement entered in the Congressional Record [2011], recognizing the establishment of Antique Tractor Preservation Day.

An Historic Nationwide First!

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"The idea is not to live forever, but to create something that will.” LEAVE A LEGACY

- Michael Hinton

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ABOUT MICHAEL HINTON

A distinguished rural-raised Kansan, Michael Hinton has ​devoted a lifetime to promoting America’s heritage farm ​machinery – Creating and founding Antique Tractor ​Preservation Day. He is profoundly recognized as ​America’s Premier Antique Tractor Enthusiast; fulfilling ​his dream of serving as an unwavering advocate for ​agriculture and raising national awareness about the ​ways the tractor transformed American farming.

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“It’s important to keep the “tractor oil circulating & wheels turning;” so that in time, younger generations have

an opportunity

to learn about and embrace the history, while seeing how

it all evolved.”

- Michael Hinton

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If you’re the caretaker of one or more multi-generation preserved vintage tractors, proudly displayed as a testament to their story-filled-past ...

Share your Story & provide others a life enriching opportunity to Make a Connection with History.

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History THAT

Inspires US!

GREAT STORIES

TOLD HERE

Send your Story & Photos to:

letstalktractors@gmail.com

If published, you’ll receive a Talking Tractors Gift!

Have you ever driven the backroads of America and seen an

antique tractor (or two, or three…) that caught your attention?

Displayed proudly out front a country homestead, near the

gravel roadside, or along a lesser traveled Highway.

This Norman Rockwell imagery - symbolizing our Nation's

esteemed Agricultural Heritage, exists all across our Country;

with volumes of untold stories yet to be told & shared.

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To our growing Network of friends! We appreciate you taking interest in and continuing to cultivate our story.

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“Love this site! Having family in dairy farming, we share an appreciation and love for old tractors too! There is so much untold history and dedication that we find so beautiful. We appreciate you sharing your part of the bigger story, and love what you’re doing!”

– Tori Anderson, Point West Creatives

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PRESERVING AMERICA’S HERITAGE FARM MACHINERY

“Tractors are more than just imperative farm machinery used for agriculture production. They’re part of our core heritage. A cherished family keepsake, handed down from one generation to another, engrained with acres of stories. They create friendships that span fields near and far, and memories that last one’s lifetime.”

-Michael Hinton

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