Dryland farming demanded ’round the clock effort, exposed to the elements on board a crawler tractor.
A reader seeks insight on a couple of pictures from the early 20th century and whether one of them could be a family photo.
Sam Moore recalls the exciting days of using dynamite to remove unwanted tree stumps and large rocks.
Winter temperatures bring the need for heated farm shops, with rural folk utilizing different types of shop stoves.
A reader recalls a local blacksmith from his childhood who could repair or make almost anything needed.
A reader shares his story of seeing the Snow Cruiser featured in a recent issue in Ohio as a child.
Learn how milling evolved on the western frontier to use different parts of the grains, supporting fine flour for baking and bran for spirits.
Look back on harvesting in the 1800s and see what equipment and people were necessary to get the job done.
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