A reader has something that he thinks might be a Kuhlman pump jack and wants more information on it.
A reader wants to find out who manufactured his corn sheller.
John R. Smith’s Tri-Plex combined cotton gin saw gumming and filing machine improved the efficiency of early cotton gins.
Volunteers restore a 1908 horse-drawn Waterous fire engine that was thought to have been retired in the 1920s.
A Michigan chainsaw collection inspired by a pile of chainsaws in a scrapyard celebrates the Upper Peninsula’s logging heritage.
Early rock crushers were critical to crop production – and provided an additional revenue stream on the farm.
Sam Moore shares an 1808 article written on the threshing machine, including the advantages of the using one.
A manure spreader found in a grove doesn’t look like it was manufactured by a major company. Can someone help identify it?
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