Farmers around the world now have the ability to build a tractor that meets their needs and doesn’t require them to lock-in all future purchases and maintenance with a single supplier. The Oggún tractor is designed with off the shelf parts, and is made to be fixed in the field or whatever local shop you want to use. You can either purchase the tractor directly or pay $250 for the design to build it yourself. The creators of the tractor used the open source software community as an example of what can be accomplished when everyone can contribute to a product. You can learn more about the tractor and about the right to repair movement as a whole in an article from Civil Eats.