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CHIPS OFF THE OLD BLOCK

COCKSHUTT—BY ANY OTHER NAME

Cockshutt is a storied Canadian tractor manufacturing company that we have discussed several time in Tractor Talk. It was a small outfit compared to many in the tractor game, but Cockshutt was known for quality and innovation. The firm had only a few different models—and even fewer specials or rebadged models. That’s what we’ll show you here.

Co-Op

The Co-Op tractor line started in 1934 when the elements of the Farm Bureau Cooperative sold a small number of rebadged Huber tractors. In 1935, they contracted with the Duplex Print Press Company to build tractors designed by Dent Parrett, founder of the Parrett Tractor Company. Parrett is a story unto himself and was behind the scenes with many major companies over the decades designing tractors and equipment. You’ve seen his work—even if you didn’t know it.

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