A South Dakota man keeps the traditions of the past alive for a new generation by sharing steam engines, tractors and other antique farm equipment.
A reader shares his own homemade tractor built with McCormick-Deering axles, Versatile transmission and Detroit engine.
By Sam Moore
Claimed to be the “greatest single invention ever devised for tractors,” the Christensen self-starter made a possibly dangerous task safer and simpler.
A reader sends in a photo of “the goatmobile,” which was powered by goat power.
Faced with tractors too small for his farm, Minnesota man took matters into his own hands by assembling his own four-wheel drive tractor.
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.
Farm Collector is a monthly magazine focusing on antique tractors and all kinds of antique farm equipment. If it's old and from the farm, we're interested in it!
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