CCAMA Annual Awards Meeting 2020

Meat and rolls will be provided, Please bring
a side dish, salad, or dessert.

All Our Members:

Our Annual Meeting will be held on February 22, at 5:00 PM

At the Museum Building in Washington, Utah. (Corner of Telegraph and Main.)
If You can help set up, be there at 4:00 PM

It will be as usual, the Club will provide the Meat and Rolls and we ask each of you to bring Either a side dish, a salad, or a dessert.

Bring the details of your events so we can get them on the schedule for this year.

If you happen to have any of the magnetic numbers please bring them to this meeting,

We are missing several and we don’t Know where they have gone.

If you know anyone interested in joining our group, please bring them to this meeting.

Please plan on joining us for this fun night of planning and Awards.

We look forward to seeing you all there.


A Tribute to Red Salisbury

This is a video tribute to Red Salisbury

Red Salisbury at the
CCAMA Annual Meeting

I have been taking photos and videos of Red since 2011. I gathered them together and made this slide show/video. All these images bring good memories. Red is the Founder of CCAMA~ Deborah Moen

This video is public and can be shared by using this link.
The link is also under the video on YouTube
The Title is :  Red Salisbury CCAMA Tribute

Fred (Red) Salisbury

St George - Fred (Red) Robert Salisbury passed away peacefully, while surrounded by his family, on, Sunday, January 5, 2020 at Dixie Regional Hospital in St. George, Utah. Red sustained a traumatic brain injury the previous day, while stepping off an excavator. He was doing what he loved the most, operating equipment and moving dirt. Red was born on May 3rd, 1939 at the LDS hospital in Salt Lake City, Utah to Wilford Gibbs & Lavon Emma Toone Salisbury.

Red grew up in Murray, Utah where he loved living on the farm, playing football, and working on cars. Red graduated from Granite High School in 1957, where he played football for the famous Lavelle Edwards. After high school, he attended Dixie State College in Saint George, Utah, where he was an All-Conference football player. He would also go on to play football at The University of Utah. Red married his eternal companion, Mary June Cash, on June 30, 1988, in Monticello, Utah and solemnized on March 17, 1990 in the Las Vegas, Nevada temple. June was the love of his life and his very best friend. The marriage created a large, loving family, with Red's three sons and two daughters and June's two daughters.

Red is survived by his eternal companion, June Cash Salisbury, of Washington, Utah. His children Doug Salisbury and his wife, Sandy, of Ely, Nevada. Cindy Yates and her husband, Craig, of Bountiful, Utah. Guy Salisbury and his wife, Camille, of Washington Utah. Phil Salisbury and his wife, Diane, of Central, Utah. Monica Owens and her husband, Lyman, of St. George, Utah. Marchelle Nelson and her husband, Clark, of Waco, Texas. Sheri Allington and her husband, Troy, of Bountiful, Utah. Red is also survived by 34 grandchildren and 26 great grandchildren. His brother, Marlow Salisbury, and his wife, Helen, of Salt Lake City, Utah and his sister, RaNae Labrum, of Vernal, Utah.

Funeral Services will be, Saturday, June 11, 2020 at 12:00 PM at Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Stake Center located at 1835 South Washington Fields Road in Washington, Utah. There will be a viewing, Friday, January 10, 2020 from 6:00-8:00 PM and, Saturday, January 11, 2020 from 10:00-11:45 AM.

Arrangements are being made under the direction of Hughes Mortuary, 1037 East 700 South, Saint George, Utah. (435) 674-5000. See
Published in The Spectrum & Daily News from Jan. 7 to Jan. 8, 2020

For Sale 1949 John Deere M

Jay Maughn CCAMA Tractor Pull, Iron County Fair Parowan, Utah

I am selling my 1949 John Deere M. Asking $2500.00. Includes service,parts and operational manuals.

Thank you , Jay Maughan 435-559-5068.

Watch Jay Maughn's pull See how this tractor rolls. 

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Until Next time,

CCAMA blog would like your stories of how you got started with tractors, what you like about our club, and any story about you and your tractor. Send your story to

and title it CCAMA blog.

Deborah Moen
CCAMA Member
Administrator for Blog /Facebook Page

New Vintage Tractor Collection by Deborah Moen
Here is where you can get vintage tractor images on products such as cards, calendars, fleece blankets, coffee mugs, drink wares, t-shirts, hats. Do you like an image? You can transfer it to other products. Click on the image below.

CCAMA Videos The Cedar Livestock Festival 2019

A beautiful Day at the Cedar Livestock Festival.

It was a beautiful day for a great CCAMA event with lots of  vintage tractors and expert drivers. There were a few first timers and they did real good.This event features draft horse and tractor pulls one after the other.

The videos were took from the grandstand. While watching these videos you may get a feel of what it must look like to the audience. 

Dannie Farley is about to pull this 1946 Farmall A. Her family Danny Oldroyd and Dale Brady is right there for support and encouragement. 

Johnny Kirland, our CCAMA Vice President, with his father,
John Kirkland, our CCAMA President. Johnny is driving a
1958 Ford Selecto

Part 1

Jay Maughn *Johnny Kirkland
* Sam Kravetz
Sheridan Hansen * Leroy Brady
* Kip Hansen
Dale Brady * Charles Canhan
 * June Salisbury
Jimmy Prather * Paul Moen * Dail Brady

Jay Maughn is driving a 1949 John Deere BO

Part 2

Part 2
Donna DeSliva * Sheridan Hansen * Jay Maughn
Leroy Brady * Bill DeSilva * Kip Hansen
Jimmy Prather * Danny Oldroyd * Leroy Brady
Jimmy Prather * Paul Moen

Sam Kravetz is pulling with a 1952 Ferguson TO30

Part 3

Part 3
* Charles Canhan * Donna DeSilva *
* Leo Finster *
 * Red Salisbury * David Shireman*
* Leo Finster *

Dale Penrod pulling with John Deere Diesel 

Part 4

Part 4
* Dale Penrod * Penrod Family member *
* Rosemary Christensen * Dave Christensen

Jonah Mampel was the last pull - 1947 Case LAI 

Part 5

Part 5
* Nicholas Hall * Andrew Hall *
* Dale Penrod * Penrod Family Member *
* Jonah Mampel *

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Until next time,
Stay tuned. We have a few more Women On Tractor bios to post and more photographs of tractors and horses performing at this great Cedar Livestock & Heritage Festival Event.

Take care everyone,

Deborah Moen
Blog and Facebook Administrator
Photographer & Video

Cedar Livestock Festival CCAMA Schedule 2019

To Our CCAMA Members:

This Saturday October 26th is our Tractor Pull and Parade and Show.
The parade will start at 10:00 AM so we would like for everyone to meet at 9:00 AM to line up, at the Cross Hollow Event Center so we can travel together to the parade route.

The Tractor Pull starts at 1:00 PM.  Please pre-register with me by Thursday the24th, either by replying to this e-mail with your tractor info, or call or text me at 435-632-1470.  You can leave a message if I don’t answer.

There are many events to go to.  Please check them out at:

We look forward to seeing you all at this event. It is always a lot of fun.

Color Country Antique Machinery Assn.

Tractor For Sale

For Sale
It may be a 41 Case located in Paragonah. Seller was burned out.
Make offer and remove. Owner wold like to see it restored or fixed up.
Contact Billy
@ 909-641-2187

Entertainers Or Just Tractor Folks.

Entertainers or just tractor folks.
Written By Bill DeSilva
Photos By Deborah Moen

I think that if we are just tractor folks we could have all our events in a back yard. 

We could parade along a fence line and I’m sure we could pull across any four acres. If it was just about the competition that’s all we would need. 

I believe that we’re more than that.
The facts say that we’re entertaining people when we’re in a parade.

Donna DeSilva Cedar Livestock Festival 2016

There are people in the stands when we pull and people come to these events to be entertained. 

Leroy Brady with Butch and Shredder
Cedar Livestock Festival Parade 2012

When Leroy puts his dogs on the hood, that’s entertaining. The first time I ever saw the Livestock Parade the thing I remember the most was the tractor with the dogs on it. I still have the photographs.

Bill and Donna DeSilva

When the announcer reveals the competition between Donna and I as husband and wife and who gets to cook dinner, that’s getting the audience involved and that’s entertainment . The 50/50 “H” and it’s story board when it’s on display will attract attention, it gets people involved, and that’s entertainment. 

Rosemary Christensen at the Iron County Fair Pulling a wheelie.

When Rosemary pulls a wheelie , that’s entertainment.
We may not realize what we’re doing , and we certainly aren’t rock n roll stars but we surely entertain.  

I believe that this is a good thing.  Let’s face it, people aren’t exactly breaking down the doors to join our club. Wouldn’t it be nice to pass the torch to some younger folks who may be attracted simply by seeing these wonderful old tractors in a parade or a pull. 

Do we have a duty to promote history?  I’ve elected to do as much as I can to promote us.  It’s entirely up to each of us.

Dave Toone Cedar Livestock Festival 2018

I for one am proud to be a part of something that entertains, preserves history and surrounds me with awesome folks with like interests who I’ve come to call my friends.

Happy Tractoring🚜🚜🚜


Iron County Fair Member Schedule

CCAMA Tractor Pull Iron County Fair Grounds 2016

One last reminder

Saturday is our main event in Parowan for the Iron County Fair.

8:30 Meet at the Old Summit Truck Stop

10:00 Sharp Caravan will leave and drive down Highway 91 to Iron County Fair Grounds

11:15 Arrive at Fairgrounds.

11:30 Lunch will be provided

12:30 Driver Safety Meeting

1:00 Tractor Pull at the Grandstand

4-5 PM Tractor Pull Ends

Tractors can be left at the Fairgrounds for show.


9:30  Leave Fairgrounds for the Parade as a group

10:00 Parade

Return to Fairgrounds to show your tractors for the rest of the day
                Or Until you want to go home.

Remember I need your list for Pulling by Wednesday!


Donna DeSilva - Women On Tractors

Donna DeSilva pulling a 1947 Farmall M at the CCAMA Tractor Pull during the Cedar Livestock & Heritage Festival 2016.She and husband Bill Desilva pulled in this 4500-5500 lb class. 

How did you become interested in tractors?

There has always been something alluring about tractors. I drove semi-trucks for several years, I guess I have always been fascinated by machinery. My husband, Billy, and I would go to the tractor pulls in So Cal and thought they
looked like fun, it’s one of those things that you put on your bucket list, and think that someday you will do that.

When did you start driving tractors?

2010. Billy, my husband, and I had bought a little Yanmar with a bucket and to help us out with our property in Utah. It is a good little work tractor, but not a show tractor.

Donna DeSilva at CCAMA Tractor Pull Panguitch,UT

Who taught or helped you learn to drive tractors?

I had some previous experience driving heavy equipment, mostly with little or no instruction. When we bought the Yanmar we figured it out together.
My husband, Billy is now the tractor expert and he helps me figure out the nuances of each of our tractors.

What was your first antique tractor and what do you own now? 

Donna Desilva after pulling at the iron County Fair
CCAMA Tractor Pull

We went to the Iron County Fair one year and really enjoyed the tractor pulls. That’s when we thought that there was a possibility that we could take tractor driving off our bucket list and make it a reality. We had just met people that were having fun doing this hobby and we thought we should seriously look into it.

Notefrom Deborah Moen: The offset engine was known as "Cultivision"

When and why did you join CCAMA?

We joined to hang out with other people who like tractors. Driving tractors with the CCAMA is a hobby that my husband and I share and a way that we spend our time together. It is fun to hang out with people who have similar interests, and everyone in the club is just generally really nice, they are our “tractor family”.

Donna and Bill Desilva at the Iron County Fair Parade with CCAMA

What are your favorite activities or

events in CCAMA?

I think I enjoy the awards banquet most because we get to sit and visit with everyone, sometimes that is hard to do during pulls. I do like most all of the events we do like being in the parades; that is fun, but I miss seeing what else is in the parade. I enjoy pulling against my husband more than anyone else. We use the same tractors and it is interesting to see who can get the tractor to pull best, although Billy deserves all the credit as he is the one who keeps the tractors running.

Donna SeSilva at the Iron County Fair Parade in Parowan, Utah.
Photo taken by husband Bill Desilva.

What are your interests/job aside 

from tractors?

I teach in the nursing department at SUU, and I do hospice nursing in our community and those jobs keep me fairly busy. For hobbies I love to read suspense novels, and I love being outdoors and gardening is one of my favorite hobbies.

We have a lovely piece of property with trees, flowers and a large garden and I love to hang out in my own yard. We use the little Yanmar for most of the yardwork but have on occasion used the bigger Farmalls to do disking, auger large holes and pull out stumps.

Donna DeSilva at the CCAMA Tractor Pull in Panguitch,Utah

Thank you, Donna for this great tractor bio. !

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Deborah Moen
Blog Administrator
Writer, Photographer

Cotton Days Field Trip 2019 - CCAMA More Then Tractors

Leroy Brady and Danny Oldroid effectively demonstrate how to process corn and wheat and even par apples with vintage machinery.

Color Country Antique Machinery Association Volunteers

As spectators at the CCAMA events, we see the rugged exterior of men and women who drive these tractors. The more I photograph and interview these CCAMA members the more I see their humanity. The more I attend the CCAMA events,  meetings, potlucks, caravans, and parades, the more I learn.

The Cotton Days Field Trip in Washington, Utah, was no different. I left a changed person. Volunteers from CCAMA demonstrated nothing less than humanness, patience, and kindness, while sharing and shedding light on what it was like when the city of Washington began. They manned their stations prepared with visuals and hands on projects and artifacts. They spoke clearly, slowly, and gently. They added their own sense of humor and drama.

The volunteers showed the children how to grind corn and wheat, how to pare an apple with one turn of a handle, what ranchers used out on the prairies to keep the snakes from crawling into their sleeping bag, how to plant cotton, how to make a fire,  how to make sorghum molasses and even had a sample of real sorghum molasses drizzled on cookies which tasted so delicious, like nothing you could buy at a regular grocery store.  There was a wonderful discussion on what it was like to live back in those days and how it compares to life today. I saw children lifting a hand cart to get the feel of how strong you needed to be to handle one of those carts, I saw women dressed in their long pioneer dresses showing the old time washboards, and the many kitchen aide gadgets from long ago all of which were laid out on cow hides.

Rosie Kirkland puts her heart and soul into this event 

Each presenter did their presentation for 7 minutes, for 14 groups !, After the 7 minutes a horn blew and the groups departed to the next station.  That includes the ice cream station. Volunteers scooped and served hundreds of ice creams in cups to groups of 20-30+ coming from a presentation.

The Ice Cream Stand with some CCAMA members Paul Moen and Rosemary Christensen.

The whole event was a buzz of color, sound, laughter, smiles with sweet chorals of  "THANK YOU ! " from the children after each presentation. It was rhythmic and timely. Beautifully organized.

See for yourself. I photographed and shot highlights of this event. If you have not yet seen this side of CCAMA then you are in for a treat ! Watch video here.

Thank you for visiting CCAMA,
Thank you for allowing me to be of service,

Deborah Moen
Blog Administrator

Tires and wheels for sale

Still available !!!

Al Matheson is selling a tractor tire, Firestone 13 X 24

He says, 

  "Here is a good tractor tire for sale, $50.00 for a good attitude, $100 for a bad one."

  I also would like to sell a set of 15.5 x 38 tires and wheels for a John Deere "R" tractor, tires are fair, but the wheels are in great shape.

Please contact All Matheson

For Sale Case VA

For Sale Case VA

For sale Case VA $2500 OBO
Call Reed Wade from Lehi, Utah
801) 768-3629

Cotton Days 2009