The worst-case scenario creates a cascade of woes.
Companies cashed in on the fencing crazy in the late 1860s, appealing to landowners across the United States.
A classic scene comes to life in this 1905 print showcasing farm machinery.
Delbert talks about the scourge of his childhood that led to playtime ingenuity.
Lugged wheels were great in the field but spurred conflict when tractors traveled on paved roads.
Sam Moore shows us how different threshing was a century ago in a letter sent to The American Thresherman.
Read how this writer spent many summer hours of his youth in Texas.
This ad, from an undated Empire sales catalog, advertised J.F. Seiberling and Co. equipment.
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