A reader wants to know more about an Emerson-Brantingham spoon that once belonged to his father-in-law.
Reader requests assistance in determining what implement would have gone with his eveners.
A unique wheel might have belonged to a Massey-Harris corn binder, according to one of our readers.
This ad for the Improved Light Harvester shows a farmer riding his colorful binder being pulled by a team of horses.
The twine-tie grain binder was not the work of a single inventor, despite popular belief.
A Scotch baronet, an agricultural engineering professor and others had a hand in improving the forage harvester.
A reader recalls horseshoe tile, sometimes called shin tile because it was formed on a person's shin.
By Ralph Hurlbert
South Dakota reader finds another IHC sign while pushing dirt with his crawler tractor.