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.
A collector is looking for information on setting up an antique air compressor he has acquired.
Heartland Acres' Increase Your Ag IQ explores the history of J.S. Bloom's Corn Cutter.