Delbert Trew recalls plowing in his youth without expensive equipment or modern farming technology.
A hundred years ago the first world war changed life in rural Great Britain with women being sent to the fields and horses sent to the battlefields.
An author describes what farming with steers was like in the 1800s, and what a nuisance heel flies were to the animals and those working with them.
A reader shares a story about a relative missing what it took to get his Case car going again.
A reader gives insight into the origin of the music used in an Aultman & Taylor advertisement.
Divco was the standard for decades in daily residential milk deliveries.
With springtime here, we take a look back on the art of courting.
Sam Moore shares a short story of a buggy accident from 1925 and the lessons learned from not tending to repairs.
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