Osborne's Ties to Emerson-Brantingham, J.I. Case and others

Let's Talk Rusty Iron: The Osborne company made horse-drawn mowers with Emerson-Brantingham, J.I. Case and others

Detail from a Case brochure after its acquisition of the Emerson-Brantingham, and thus Osborne, lines
Detail from a Case brochure after its acquisition of the Emerson-Brantingham, and thus Osborne, lines. The E-B acquisitions made Case a true full-line farm equipment manufacturer, by adding corn and grain binders, mowers, corn planters, potato planters and diggers, dump and side delivery rakes, hay loaders, manure spreaders and grain drills, none of which had previously been in the Case line. The harvesting machines included Osborne binders, mowers and reapers that had been bought by Emerson-Brantingham from IHC in 1918.