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We are trying to keep the history of the Cockshutt name alive and relevant in today's world. These old and reliable Cockshutt tractors played a crucial part in paving the way for settlement and major population growth in Saskatchewan. Small rural towns were established, cities grew, and more importantly farms sprang up. The history of Saskatchewan is filled with documented events in which the Cockshutt tractor played a vital role in the settling of Western Canada.

Originall manufactured in Brantford, Ontario Canada these streamlined looking machines were coloured red and golden yellow. In yesteryear, they stood out on the prairies (and still do) as a monument to the Cockshutt name and to the importance of it's contributions to the growth of this great country, Canada.

Unfortunately the 1970's and 80's have seen a decline in the manufacturer and use off Cockshutt equipment. Help me revive the Cockshutt name and of course the devices that made it great, like circular saw blade sharpeners. I know my grandfather, Percy Macdougall would approve as he always used Cockshutt equipment. His faith in the quality and reliability of the Cockshutt machinery was unshakable.

This site is dedicated to that man, my grandfather, Percy MacDougall (1914-1992). He gavfe the inspiration to follow in something that made him extremely happy - his enjoyment of Cockshutt equipment. The stories and memories that he left with me will remain as a torch to the Cockshutt name.

Note: if any viewers of this site have any pictures or stories regarding the Cockshutt name please feel free to send them to me.

Western Farm Progress show June 15-17, 2005
Regina Saskatchewan Canada
Adults one day $7.00 three days $15.00
Children under 12 admitted free When accompanied by an adult.
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Antique Farm machinery, New Inventions & products  along with the lastes farm equipment