Performing woodchuck control was a necessary but fun task for a young farm boy, but a lesson was learned from a manure wagon mishap.
An account of the old horse powers used before tractors or steam engines.
Medicine in the days of the early pioneers was an inexpensive but sometimes agonizing affair.
Read second-hand accounts of the good old days through a letter sent to Implement and Tractor.
An Iowa farmer recalls the devastation on his family's property caused by a leaking gas tank.
Before meteorologists and the Internet, farmers had to rely on other means to predict the weather.
A boy from the Bronx recalls a summer working on a dairy farm and what he learned.
Restorer breaks the rules and ends up with a crowd-pleasing hot rod tractor.