It wouldn’t be completely true to say that a drought brought Tabetha (Salsbury) Hammer to Hagerty, but it certainly had something to with it. Tabetha, the youngest of three children, grew up on a small family farm in Pueblo, Colo., and she and her siblings helped their father keep the machinery in working order. Then a drought hit and the Salsburys quit farming. But their love of tractors continued. “Before I knew it, we had over 200 tractors ‘growing’ in the fields where there were once crops,” Tabetha said.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.hagerty.com/articles-videos/Articles/2015/10/19/Tabetha-Hammer