Equipment

Antique farm machinery, old farm equipment, vintage farm implements, old farm tools and more.

How to Choose a Blower: Backpack or Hand-Held

Learn which blower type (hand-held, backpack, or wheeled) is the best choice for your outdoor cleanup.


Looking for Information on Pump Jack

Submitted by Jim Adams

A reader has something that he thinks might be a Kuhlman pump jack and wants more information on it.


Looking for Information on Early Corn Sheller

Submitted by Harry Roland

A reader wants to find out who manufactured his corn sheller.


Gumming and Filing Machine Solved Cotton Gin Problem

By Glenn Thompson

John R. Smith’s Tri-Plex combined cotton gin saw gumming and filing machine improved the efficiency of early cotton gins.


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Preserving a Waterous Fire Engine and Local Heritage

By Bill Vossler

Volunteers restore a 1908 horse-drawn Waterous fire engine that was thought to have been retired in the 1920s.


The Man with a Thousand Saws

Story and photos Jerry Mattson

A Michigan chainsaw collection inspired by a pile of chainsaws in a scrapyard celebrates the Upper Peninsula’s logging heritage.


Rock Star: Fairbanks-Morse Z Rock Crusher

By J.O. Parker

Early rock crushers were critical to crop production – and provided an additional revenue stream on the farm.


Early Thoughts on the Threshing Machine

By Sam Moore

Sam Moore shares an 1808 article written on the threshing machine, including the advantages of the using one.



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