Wednesday, November 13, 2019
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Find out how Cyrus H. McCormick developed the reaper and revolutionized grain farming in the 1800s.

Sam Moore pens his last column, looking back on the very first Rusty Iron column he ever wrote in 1992.

A tale of how Doctor Carlos Booth, a physician from Youngstown, Ohio, became the first physician in America to make house calls in a motor vehicle.

On the 25th anniversary of the barn raising, Malabar Farm Officials and Christian had a workshop to build another, smaller traditional timber frame.

Did you know that for about 80 years, the United States Navy was in the dairy farm business, and for several decades even operated a hog farm?

Sam Moore recounts a recent visit to the Keystone Truck and Tractor Museum just north of Petersburg, Virginia.

Last week a convoy of restored military vehicles rolled through Salem, Ohio, inspiring Sam Moore to dust off and rerun a column he wrote 10 years ago.

The 2019 Military Vehicle Preservation Association’s Lincoln Highway Convoy went through Alliance Aug. 15. The convoy will go to San Francisco, California.

Although we are used to the sound of warning signals on vehicles today, we weren't always. Same Moore shares the history and development of the car horn.

Kymberly Foster Seabolt uncovers some relics from her past in an old steamer trunk while cleaning BoyWonder's bedroom.
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