Friday, August 18, 2017
Let's Talk Rusty Iron

Let's Talk Rusty Iron

Over the years, spring cleaning has evolved and become much simpler.

To commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the Let's Talk Rusty Iron column being in the Farm and Dairy, Sam Moore duplicated his first effort.

During the second half of the nineteenth century, there were scam artists and swindlers active in most every part of the American farming community.

A brief look at the contribution made by Caterpillar tractors to the war efforts, and the development of the military tank.

Harry McGee raced the St. Louisan from Indianapolis to Terre Haute in 1915, proving an automobile could provide faster transportation than a train.

Insect control is safer and more sophisticated than ever before, but demand for organically-grown food has revived interest an ancient Persian pesticide.

Until the 19th century all clothes, hats, shoes, harness and ships sails were sewed by hand.

Learn more about taking care of your tractor during the cold winter months.

The automobile revolutionized life on the farm and gave farm families a freedom they had never known before.

The fictitious story of a farm family looking through the Montgomery Ward's Fall and Winter 1930-31 Catalogue to make their Christmas lists.
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