A fleet of custom Cub Cadets totally equipped for every eventuality.
Early industrialist John R. Morris tackled everything from tools to barns.
This advertising sign for New Bettendorf Steel Gear Wagons was issued by the International Harvester Co.
12 reasons to consider collecting stove nameplates.
Iowa farmer builds museum of corn collectibles.
Farm implements and tools provide great collecting alternative to old tractors.
Adriance, Platt & Co. is a lesser-known farm machinery maker with ties to Minneapolis-Moline.
No. 3 Geiser and 1924 Fordson tractor pair remains part of North Carolina family's heritage.
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