• FARM COLLECTOR IN RUST WE TRUST T-SHIRT

    This black Farm Collector T-shirt is perfect for any tractor enthusiast or collector. Printed with the image of a tractor and the Farm Collector logo as well as the saying, “In Rust We Trust” you’ll always be reminded that sometimes old is better. Printed on a soft cotton and polyester blend, you’ll never want to reach for another t-shirt again!

    Item: 9766
  • CAPPER'S FARMER GUIDE TO COOKING FROM SCRATCH

    Homemade meals are making a comeback, and you can start with the basics with Capper’s Farmer Guide to Cooking from Scratch. Full of 95 recipes and tips, this guide will give you many ideas for homemade food, such as making your own butter and bread, freezing your own fruits and vegetables from your garden, and preparing delicious and simple one-pot meals. Learn all about cooking from scratch with articles teaching you how to:

    • Churn Homemade Butter for the Best Flavor
    • Make Pickles, Sauerkraut, Cheeses or Candies
    • Bake Bread, Preserve Jams, Freeze Garden Produce
    • Sweet or Savory, Bake Pies for Every Occasion
    • Create a Treasured Heirloom Cookbook
    • And more!

    No matter your experience with homemade cooking or baking, ditch the processed, store-bought treats or meals and learn how to whip up the tastiest, healthiest and freshest recipes with Capper’s Farmer Guide to Cooking from Scratch!

    Item: 8261
  • FARM COLLECTOR "IN RUST WE TRUST" HAT

    This Farm Collector “In Rust We Trust” hat will quickly become your go-to hat for field work, restoring an old tractor, or just a trip into town. Featuring an embroidered patch with the motto "In Rust We Trust", a 100% brushed cotton twill structured crown, a pre-curved visor with a mesh back, and velcro closure, this hat will feel like an old favorite the first time you put it on!

    Item: 10440
  • FARM COLLECTOR & GAS ENGINE MAGAZINE ARCHIVE 1951-2019

    We have compiled 69 years of Farm Collector, Gas Engine Magazine, and The Iron-Men Album (Steam Traction), bringing you the most popular antique tractors, engines, and farm equipment ever made …delivered on a flash drive that plugs into the USB port on your favorite device. Whether you’re interested in antique tractors and farm equipment or stationary gas engine information, use our search function to bring up all of the great information we’ve collected! For collectors and enthusiasts, dreamers and restorers, newcomers and lifelong collectors, this archive has you well covered.

    By bringing together this complete collection of articles and photographs, we get to share the vast archives we've been able to accumulate over the years, much of it made possible thanks to you, our readers!

    Today, as we forge ahead into a new and uncharted media landscape, we continue to invest in ways to deliver the most relevant and valuable content in the most efficient and innovative formats. This digital archive contains over 19,400 articles formatted for optimal viewing on computers.

    In addition to the ability to search the entire archive or browse by each month and year, the interface contains enhanced search features.

    Search by:

    • Date range
    • Exact phrases and word combinations
    • Entire flash drive content
    • Headline only
    • The content of each individual article

    We hope this digital archive provides you with endless hours of inspiring and practical advice as we continue our journey together.

    Technical Information:
    This archive uses your preferred Internet browser to view content, but an Internet connection is not required. However, many articles – especially web posts and articles printed in the last five years – also contains links to other websites. An Internet connection is required for these links to work properly.

    System requirements: Windows 2000/XP and Mac OS X 10.3 or later. For optimal results use Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer.

    Item: 9955
  • FARM COLLECTOR FIELD GUIDE TO MYSTERY FARM TOOLS

    Take a trip to a simpler era, when inventors crafted solutions that required neither chips nor circuit boards – just plain old American ingenuity. This collection features a variety of tools, presented with original photos and text. Can you identify these mystery items without looking at the descriptions?

    All of the tools come from the pages of Farm Collector, a magazine for collectors of vintage farm equipment. In the monthly What Is It? feature, readers contribute photos of objects and others pitch in to identify the items (often sharing memories of personal experience with long-forgotten tools). The popular articles have been running for 12 years, and this collection draws from that rich archive to present some of the most inventive of inventions and most curious of curiosities.

    Item: 4850
  • GAS ENGINE MAGAZINE ARCHIVE CD SET (1966-2004)

    The Complete Archives on CD — Everything published in Gas Engine Magazine from 1966 through 2004. Four fully-searchable individually wrapped compact disks featuring nearly 7,000 articles.

    *PC requirements: CD-ROM drive (auto-start should be enabled). Microsoft® Windows 98 SE (Second Edition) or newer; with Microsoft Internet Explorer version 5 or newer, or Netscape 7 or newer. You will also need Java Virtual Machine (VM) version 1.3 (free download from www.java.com/en/download/manual.jsp) or newer browser plug-in with Java enabled on your browser and computer.

    Mac requirements: Mac OS X with Netscape X 7.1 (available free from www.versiontracker.com) and Java (available free from www.apple.com/java). For Mac OS 9.2.2, CD must be run in Netscape 7.0.2 with Apple MRJ 2.2.5 (Both available free from www.versiontracker.com).

    Item: 2748
  • GAS ENGINE MAGAZINE CHARCOAL SHORT-SLEEVE T-SHIRT

    Perfect for the Gas Engine magazine reader, this charcoal gray short sleeve (60/40 combed cotton/polyester blend) T-shirt features our classic logo and the very first gas engine made by Waterloo Gasoline Engine Company in 1893. Proudly wear this t-shirt to your next antique farm or gas engine equipment show!

    Item: 8962
  • GRIT COMPLETE GUIDE TO THE WOODLOT

    In this guide you'll discover information on managing your forest, how to choose a woodstove, making money from your wooded acres, and much more. The Complete Guide to the Woodlot explores ways to get the most out of your woods, from the science of stacking firewood and choosing the best wood for burning to picking the best chainsaw and selling timber from your land.

    Whether you want to heat your home with wood, grill with wood chunks, or pick the perfect log splitter, this guide covers it all. Learn how to build a kitchen island, make your own wooden shakes, or maintain your property with a chipper-shredder.

    Other articles include:

    • The Time-Honored Art of Splitting Wood: Once you’ve mastered the tools and techniques, splitting wood by hand can be a pleasure.
    • The Art of Coppicing: This ancient technique lets forests produce timber without killing trees.
    • How to Make a Homemade Fire Starter: A few ordinary household items can be combined to easily create a starter for your fireplace.
    • When to Choose Wood Heat: For some households, heating with wood is a smart, sustainable option. Learn about the benefits and costs of using a woodstove to heat your home.
    • Home Lumber Mill: Crafting Dimensional Sawed Timbers: Portable sawmills let you use your lumber from your land.
    • Profit With a Portable Sawmill Business: Learn how to generate money for the homestead by processing wood, custom cutting lumber, and more.
    Item: 7362
  • GRIT COUNTRY SKILLS SERIES GUIDE TO HUNTING

    Read about basic surviving skills, turkey hunting, whitetails, and more in the GRIT Country Skills Series Guide to Hunting. Whether you’re a beginner or have been out hunting hundreds of times, this guide has helpful tips for a successful hunting season.

    Read about tracking techniques for ethical hunting. Stay safe with wilderness first aid basics and learn how to tan a deer hide.

    More articles include:

    • A Stick and String – A guide to bow hunting.
    • Running the Trapline – A primer to trapping.
    • Hunting Canada Honkers – Canada geese are a blast to hunt, they’re great-tasting game, and you might find easy access from farming neighbors tired of having pastures and fields fouled.
    • Fishing Freshwater and Farm Ponds – Local angling holes provide a valuable food source as well as hours of fun and fulfillment.
    Item: 8877
  • GRIT GUIDE TO FIELD AND LAWN CARE

    Want the best-looking yard in your neighborhood? Or a sprawling green lawn that welcomes visitors as they make their way up your driveway? With the help of the Grit Guide to Field and Lawn Care you'll discover how to grow and maintain the sharpest lawn, as well as tips for safe mowing, advice for rejuvenating your lawn, and so much more.

    Packed from cover to cover with expertise on field and lawn care, this helpful guide can assist you as you decide which mower will work best for your yard. And whether you need an economical pushmower or a time-saving zero turn machine, you'll find advice on routine maintenance that will keep your mower or garden tractor on track all summer long. Read 10 ways to sustainably manage the unwanted weeds that sprout up every year. Master the ins and outs of lawn maintenance and keep your yard looking its best all summer. Plus, learn how to lawn stripe your yard: Not only will it look professionally mowed, but fertilizing and overseeding will be that much easier!

    Other articles include:

    • Rules of Engagement: Before operating any mower, it's imperative to wrap your mind around basic mowing safety.
    • (Electric) Wave of the Future: Mowers and bots that will cut your grass, without gas.
    • Mowing the Old-Fashioned Way: Use a scythe to make hay and trim your lawn.
    • Mowing and More with your ATV: Save money by turning your all-terrain vehicle into a top hand.
    • All the Trimmings: From string trimmers and edgers to the old reliable ax, here are all the tools you'll need to keep your landscape neat and tidy.
    Item: 6751

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