“Get It All” Grain Thresher Appears in American Blacksmith
Standing grain threshing attachment for the Fordson tractor.
Richard Stout, who provided extensive research materials for a September 2018 article on inventor George W. White and his Get It All combine, continues to uncover new information on the topic. These photos, from an August 1923 article in American Blacksmith & Motor Shop magazine on inventor George W. White, Hutchinson, Kansas, show White’s Get It All standing grain thresher.
Another view of the Fordson tractor attachment for threshing standing grain.
Can Anyone Identify this Chassis?
Know your farm equipment? Then see if you can help identify this mysterious chassis!
A Testament to Craftsmanship
Early pump and motor showcase uncommon attention to detail.
Iron Age Ads: The Louden Machinery Company
The Louden Company built a wide variety of barn equipment items, some of which can be seen in these vintage advertisements.