By Darrell Jodock
A reader responds to Clell G. Ballard's article on the hay hook and describes his father's first hydraulic hay stacker.
A No. 4 Victor double-huller clover machine survives in fine original condition.
Friends team up to breathe new life into a 1923 McCormick-Deering threshing machine.
It was the end of an era when the last Land Rover Defender manufactured in Britain left the factory.
One major player in the agricultural sprayer business was the John Bean Mfg. Co. of San Jose, California, and Lansing, Michigan.
This 1940s or ‘50s ear antique mower remains a mystery—it’s most identifying feature is an electric engine.
Vintage John Deere equipment keeps the yearly harvest enjoyable for one Michigan farmer.
The Southland Flywheeler Antique Tractor & Engine Club in Alabama restores a circa-1880 cotton gin and gets it running on steam power.
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