The practice of shipping cattle across the ocean was not easy and could be outright dangerous.
Threshing was hard work, to be sure – but also offered the pleasure of neighborly camaraderie.
Josephine Roberts reminds us that it’s important for us to preserve all aspects of rural history.
A reader shares a photo showing how labor-intensive harvesting was long ago.
A piece named “The Jolly Thresherman” served as a commercial for the Aultman & Taylor Machinery Company in the 1880s.
Sam Moore provides another glimpse into the past through a December 1946 issue of Farm Journal magazine.
Around the turn of the century, steam traction engines were an impressive and more common sight across the West.
Taking a glimpse into the past through a Panhandle farmer’s ledger book.