What would Sir Frederick Bramwell, a 19th century engineer, think of modern farming technology such as autonomous tractors?
A reader shares old checks he still has from Montgomery Ward.
The traditional way of harvesting oats was a strenuous, labor-intensive process.
Sam Moore shares some tongue-in-cheek stories and poems from old farm books and magazines.
By Clyde Eide
A straw pile fire sparked by a lightning strike threatens a farm family's barn.
By Clell G. Ballard
A little 1938 Fiat sees the light of day again after being stashed away in 1990.
Sam Moore looks back on whitewall tires, which fell in and out of favor with car owners throughout the decades.
Letters sent in to the National Stockman & Farmer magazine provide a glimpse into the lives of Americans living in 1918.