Meet author and YouTube star Rachel Gingell along with a host of other award-winning authors from Octane Press at the 2019 Red Power Round Up at the Bloomsburg County Fairgrounds in Bloomsburg, PA
America’s favorite small farm tractor has been retrieved from the shed and shined up for duty in this essential guide from Octane Press, written by tractor repair expert Rachel Gingell and long-time agricultural writer, Kenneth Updike. The Farmall Cub Encyclopedia is a comprehensive manual for any self-starter, at-home historian, or backyard farmer. YouTube star Rachel Gingell will be appearing on the Octane Press/Outback Toys booth at this year’s Red Power Round Up to sign the first copies available of this new book.
Octane Press publisher, author and photographer Lee Klancher (Red Tractors, Tractor), John Glancy, (International Scout Encyclopedia) and author and organic food expert Marilyn McCray (Canning, Pickling and Freezing with Irma Harding) will also be on site throughout the event for book signings and presentations. Meet the team on June 27th and 28th at the 30th National Red Power Round Up at the Bloomsburg County Fairgrounds in Bloomsburg, PA.
With an in-depth history of all models and a vast list of implements to adapt the tractor to any need, The Farmall Cub Encyclopedia is both an introduction and an authoritative resource for the novice and experienced tractor owner alike. Providing step-by-step instruction for maintenance and repair, from oil changes to charging system snags, as well as user tips and a buyer’s checklist, it will instill any buyer and owner with all the confidence and know-how required.
Also set for launch at the Red Power Round Up is the 2020 Farmall Tractor Calendar, featuring the most powerful red tractors ever built, as well as restored and original condition tractors from the world’s most incredible collections. With awesome original photography shot by Lee Klancher in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Texas, and Victoria, Australia, it showcases these incredible machines in their natural surroundings in the field, the shed, and the shop.