Baling hay is good for the soul
Did you ever notice that there are a lot of things that are good for your soul? Chicken soup. Dogs. Horses. Laughter. The list keeps going, and well, I’m adding one more to the list: ba…
Preserving an Heirloom: Family Finds New Home for Rare Ford Combine - Equipment - Farm Collector
Dan Depner never realized how rare his Uncle Joe's 1959 Ford 611 was, until 55 years later when he discovered that it was one of just 51 models built that year.
Cultivating Questions: Portraits of Four Horse-Powered Produce Farms - Small Farmer's Journal
Thanks to the many resources available in the new millennium, it is relatively easy for new and transitioning farmers to learn the business of small-scale organic vegetable production. Economic models of horse-powered market gardens, however, are still few and far between. To fill that information hole, I asked three experienced farmers to join me in tracking work horse hours, expenses and labor over a two-year period and to share the results in the Small Farmer’s Journal.
One of the earlier model Allis-Chalmers self-propelled combines. It appears that many parts of their pull type combine were used. AC stopped production after they bought the Gleaner combine company.
Simplicity is Happiness
Hello. I'm Kevin, a 41 year old conservative farmer from Ohio. This blog is mostly farm, country, and history related. Pictures of America, the way I choose to see it. You'll see cabins, cottages, barns, and vintage farm scenes the most. Just a picture blog of the things that interest me, I hope you...