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."
Ronn Dillavou's collection of "junk" is anything but. The items covering the walls and filling the shelves and cabinets of his corncrib tell stories of our farming heritage.
Larry Scheckel reminisces about his family's adaptation to mechanical farm equipment, and their final days of traditional horse farming.
An article from a 1926 issue of "The American Thresherman" details a process of threshing watermelons for seed that has long since passed.
Reader Larry Whitesell is reminded why not everyone is interested in traditional farming.
James Creek recalls fixing up his childhood Whizzer and eventually trading it for a Cushman motor-bike.
Sam Moore looks back on the history of female influence on the farm.