The Farm Jeep, a low-cost alternative to the tractor couldn’t cut it on the farm mostly because of its light weight, weak drive train and cost.
Farm Collector writer Josephine Roberts finds herself outnumbered in the matter of a Leyland 154 tractor acquisition.
Despite popular belief, the Graham-Bradley wasn’t the first attempt at a tractor for the Graham brothers.
A reader informs us that a tractor described as a Hoke in a past article is actually a General tractor.
A Michigan family holds on to a Grand Haven garden tractor for 70 years.
Tracing lineage of the Fordson tractor from the Model F to the Dexta in Great Britain through two world wars.
Allis-Chalmers spurred imitators with production of its Model G rear-engine tractor, which was advertised as a “second tractor” on the farm.
By Robert N. Pripps
The Minneapolis-Moline UDLX Comfortractor was marketed to younger people to help keep them on the farm, but farmers never truly embraced it.
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