A reader thinks that an unidentified manure spreader might be similar to one his grandfather purchased almost a century ago.
Southland Flywheelers revive an International Harvester 114A cotton harvester.
A reader thinks a plow in the August 2016 issue might be a Grand Detour plow.
A Farm Collector article helps identify a corn sheller manufactured in New York.
A reader seeks information about the origins of his manure spreader.
A reader shares his experience with the AC roto baler, which his dad used.
Minnesota couple's windmill collection is an unusual display of antique windmills.
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.
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