A letter from an old issue of The American Thresherman magazine gives insight into threshing in the first decades of the 20th century.
Sam Moore shares some tidbits from the December 1945 issue of Farm Journal magazine for the Christmas season.
A rural road might have benefited from modern engineering, but it still provided plenty of fond memories.
A reader needs information on some old photographs he found.
Several farm-related occupations, such as rope splicer and bovine midwife, have disappeared in the past few decades.
Wait, corn smut actually has positive benefits? Who would have thought? Sam Moore fills us in.
Scrap drives during the early 1940s emptied barns and fields across the country, for better or for worse.
Reconnecting through one's youth through the old farm vehicles used decades ago.