Could this be the most satisfying tractor pull video ever? See its beauty for yourself

Ever seen Kit Kat bars being made from dirt? After you watch the below video you can say you have…well, figuratively speaking, of course! Watch one lucky farmer as he slowly operates this giant VALTRA T132 and Baselier through a field. He is making perfectly straight and even rows for crops. A nice farmhouse or two are sitting in the background, probably admiring the nice scenery change as the machine models the earth to its will.
How easy the work is made using this tractor. The engine sounds so smooth as it traverses across the field, and just look at the pristine rows it is making! They are practically begging to be planted! It is quite likely making way for asparagus, which will be cut beneath the surface later. The raised hilly row makes for ease of access.
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The VALTRA tractor T132 is already known for its great powerful engine and its torque. Working together with a Baselier, it’s an unstoppable field-taming machine. According to Baselier, their rotary ridging cultivators are often used for creating steady crumbling structures in heavy soil, making ridges for potatoes and carrots.
The power and precision showcased in this video is impressive. The VALTRA T132 and Baselier video here by AgroJurek is a must-see for anyone who appreciates a good, traditional “tractor pull” that is sure to satisfy. Don’t be surprised if you find yourself wanting to watch the video time and again.
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