There was once debate among threshermen as to which power was best to use on a separator: steam or gasoline. Two poems, submitted in 1929 to The American Thresherman magazine give the opposing points of view.
The work of threshing days brought communities together.
Fox terrier and 12-gauge shotgun fight epic battle reminiscent a different sort of battle.
Recalling fond memories of threshing days.
"The War Horses: The Tragic Fate of a Million Horses in the First World War," was right up Sam Moore's alley. The book was written by Simon Butler and published by Halsgrove House, Wellington, Somerset, in 2011.
By Sam Moore
Since it’s April and officially spring, here are a couple of the Lazy Farmer’s musings on the subject to help you forget the long winter most of the country has experienced.
Farm outbuildings house more than just equipment collections: they house lasting memories.
Fond, and not so fond, memories of the outhouse on the farm.