The interesting design of this implement seat opens up questions that need answers.
Mike Weicht is looking for more information on the Midland Co., which manufactured garden tractors for Montgomery Ward.
Rick Shriver is able to identify one of the unknown pieces of equipment in his family's barn when he stumbles across the original shipping correspondence for a 1901 New Holland Machine Works cob and feed mill.
Looking for information on a push-type single-row planter manufactured by Haywood, Indianapolis, Ind.
Heartland Acres Agribition Center has added two new displays - a John Deere reproduction A-II tractor tank and a 1915 International Harvester Threshing Machine.
Bits and pieces of a piece of AB Farquhar equipment near Prindle Mountain Campground provide more questions than answers.
The Barre Historical Society is looking for a photo of a salesman’s sample of the New England Champion sulky rake.
Reader Neil Nelson is looking for information on the manufacturer of a walking plow.
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