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The preparations for the Historical Field Day 2017 started with cultivating the soil. In April, we filmed some exciting action for you.

Visit from Cumnock, Scotland

Our friend David Cuthbert from Cumnock in Scotland visited us in 2013 together with the Team Tom French & Son. We‘ll see them again in Nordhorn in 2017.

Corn seed

Our club member Gerd Smoes takes care of corn seeding. Many hardworking hands are needed to work on the seeding of sunflower seeds.

Clean up the field

Here we go! We‘re cleaning up the field, so that it looks really good on the 11th, 12th and 13th of August.

Schlüter Super 1500 TV live in practice

The farmers journal top agrar has observed a proud owner of a Schlüter with his restored tractor at work - great shots, great sound.

eleven fifty-five!

The Treckerclub Nordhorn e.V. discovered unique agricultural technology for the Historical Field Day 2016, which is nearly 100 years old. Technology that was no longer in use for over 50 years. From formerly 500 only two are left. It's almost too late! It must be repaired. And that's interesting!

How to start an engine, which was not in operation for more than 50 years? Here are the specialists who can do it - Richard Gussinklo, Hugo Toonk and Pim Schieven.

Krone agricultural machinery: Dr. Krone helps old harvester to new glory

This John Deere harvester built in the USA in 1940 was brought back onto the pitch on the Historical Field Days in Nordhorn 2014. Dr. Bernard Krone allowed that deserving employees of the manufactory Krone restored this old machine extensive. Here the machine is presented being in use in Spelle (July 2015). 

South Africa: Hanomag WD35 motor plow

Hanomag WD35 Motorpflug imported from Germany to South Africa by Louis Paul Andrag in 1922/3. Refurbished by Agrico. Exported back to Germany in 2013.



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