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Farm Life

Life on the land, farm shows, lessons from the past and more

Too Much Fun

Michael G. Cobb

Full-Size Fun From Pint-Size Tractors

It's the Oxygen Content, Stupid!

Tim Claremont

The brass oilers are shined to perfection

An Interesting August

Chan Mason

Chance Meetings, Simple Exchanges Lead to Great Finds


Richard Backus

Cotton has long been an agricultural staple in the south


1927 Ingersoll-Rand Portable Compressor

Brian C. Ferrence

Once on the Brink of Becoming Salvage Yard Fodder

Backyard Restorations

Leonard Keifer

Tips on Taking it Apart and Getting it Back Together

From Wreck to Resto -1 HP Mogul

Ted Utess

The Story Behind the Story

Back Home Again

John Mock

A Hercules Model S That Never Really Left


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