A manure spreader found in a grove doesn’t look like it was manufactured by a major company. Can someone help identify it?
A Minnesota man brings an 80-year-old Wood Bros. Humming Bird thresher back to life after sitting unused for almost 50 years.
A reader has identified a piece of equipment as an International Harvester manure spreader but is it a Low Cloverleaf or Low Corn King model?
Keep cool in the shade with a tractor umbrella or an umbrella for your vintage combine, parade trailer or golf cart.
Owens bean and pea threshers hint at once-significant harvests in Minnesota.
As complicated as some farm machinery is, it all comes down to combinations of levers working together to make farm work more efficient.
A reader recalls when a fuel can found its way into a Case separator and ruined the morning of its meticulous owner.
An article brings back memories of a father’s Divco truck and delivering milk on Saturdays and during the summer.
Farm Collector is a monthly magazine focusing on antique tractors and all kinds of antique farm equipment. If it's old and from the farm, we're interested in it!
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