Content can be downloaded for non-commercial purposes, such as for personal use or in educational resources.
For commercial purposes please contact the copyright holder directly.
Read more about the The Creative Archive Licence.

This content isn't available for download, please contact us.


Along with North Wales agricultural machinery enthusiast Noel Jones, I attended the 2016, Caerwys, Flintshire, country fair. Always an event full of rural culture and practical people and their wisdoms, this year, the event featured a display of many of the tractors known to have operated in North Wales.

Who better than Noel, scion of the family that developed and built the world-famous "Jones Balers" harvesting machines in nearby Rhosesmor, to find out more about a modest little tractor that, to this day, is held in special regard throughout Welsh farming communities.

In this clip Noel introduces Steve Watts, Chairman of Flintshire Vintage & Classic Tractor Society. It doesn't take long for the two to reveal their enthusiasm and fondness of the legendary, "Fergie Bach" and the every-day role it played in Welsh farming.

Do you have information to add to this item? Please leave a comment

Comments (1)

Jessica Roberts's profile picture
Such an interesting video and very informative. I'll be showing this to my uncle, a retired mechanic which an interest in agricultural machinery.

You must be logged in to leave a comment