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.
Stockyard memorabilia collectors group preserves the heritage of the American stockyard.
Sam Moore gives a lesson on grease fittings, which seemed to be in every piece of machinery, especially before the days of modern bearings.
Introduced in 1923, the MontaMower had a unique design and was advertised as being easy enough for a 10-year-old to use.
Rust-Block is not only ideal for home and shop use, it's safe for your skin and the environment.
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