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.
Reader has not one, but two Oliver 880 tractors.
The Badger Steam and Gas Engine Club in Wisconsin had plenty of fun bringing this horse-drawn corn planter back to its former glory.
Sam Moore introduces us to pioneer homemaker recipes originally featured in a 1941 issue of "The Prairie Farmer."