Rodney Atkins Gets His Official Tractor

Atkins, Rodney

Rodney Atkins, whose string of hits such as "If You're Going Through Hell" and "Farmer's Daughter" are aimed squarely at everyday working men and women, has now got his own official tractor, thanks to his new partnership with manufacturer Massey Ferguson.

 “I’ve never been one to stray far from my roots on the farm,” said Rodney in a statement. “And hard work and love of the land are a big part of that. I was raised with a love and devotion for this country and the principles it was founded upon. I’m proud to share the stage with a brand like Massey Ferguson that embodies those same core values.”

In addition to making promotional appearances for the company, Rodney filmed a promotional video to discuss his song "A Man on a Tractor" from his If You're Going Through Hell album and his partnership with Massey Ferguson. "It's pretty neat when you get approached by a company that you really believe in," Rodney said. "Every time that I've dealt with a Massey Ferguson product, it's always been a notch above."

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