The practice of shipping cattle across the ocean was not easy and could be outright dangerous.
Josephine Roberts reminds us that it’s important for us to preserve all aspects of rural history.
Threshing was hard work, to be sure – but also offered the pleasure of neighborly camaraderie.
A reader shares a photo showing how labor-intensive harvesting was long ago.
A piece named “The Jolly Thresherman” served as a commercial for the Aultman & Taylor Machinery Company in the 1880s.
Sam Moore provides another glimpse into the past through a December 1946 issue of Farm Journal magazine.
Around the turn of the century, steam traction engines were an impressive and more common sight across the West.
Taking a glimpse into the past through a Panhandle farmer’s ledger book.