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.
Farm Collector columnist Sam Moore answers a reader's inquiry about grain cradles.
By Leon Osterhaus
A reader seeks help on identifying a cattle waterer that has no markings on it.
A reader is looking for information on a Wright 4-ton chain hoist.
A family spends the afternoon watching the man of the house work the field with his Empire grain drill in this sign from the 1890s.
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