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Inside the November issue of Farm Collector, on newsstands Oct. 19 


Farm Collector November 2010 issue 


International Harvester Concept Tractor Reproduction Debuts 50 Years Later — A New York man brings the International Harvester HT-340 prototype back to life by building a reproduction. The piece debuted 50 years later at the New York Steam Engine Assn.’s Pageant of Steam.  

South Dakota Museum Showcases One-of-a-kind Farm Relics — The Heritage Hall Museum includes rare equipment such as the 1909 Avery Farm and City tractor, Belle City threshing machine and 1917 International Harvester Mogul stationary engine.  

Cousins Collaborate on Tractor Collection — Two cousins from Montevideo, Minn., run the Norman Museum, which restores and displays rare Ford and Ohio-made tractors as well as more common equipment.  

Old Iron Shines at Saskatchewan Show — The Antique Truck & Tractor Display at the Farm Progress Show highlights rebuilt and restored pieces that showcase advancement in Canadian agricultural technology.  

Milk Scales’ Precision Critical to Dairy Efficiency — A retired Pennsylvania extension agent discusses the advent of milk scales and their part in milk production and profitability of U.S. dairy farms.  


About Farm Collector   

Farm Collector ( is a monthly publication celebrating vintage farm equipment. Since 1998, Farm Collector has featured unique collections, extensive renovation projects, early farm practices and related attractions. Enthusiasts also turn to Farm Collector for previews of notable shows and auctions, and extensive classified advertising.  


About Ogden Publications Inc.   

Ogden Publications Inc. ( is the leading information resource serving the sustainable living, rural lifestyle, farm memorabilia and classic motorcycle communities. Key brands include Mother Earth News, Natural Home, Utne Reader, Capper’s and Grit. Ogden Publications also provides insurance and financial services through its Capper’s Insurance Service division.  


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