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Friday, November 28, 2014

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Harvestin Hay: The Early Years (Part 2) - by Pat Browning. The summer of 1950 was the start of a new era in farming for our family. I was thirteen, and Kathy (my oldest sister) was seven. At this age, I believed tractor farming was the only way, hot stuff -- and given a chance I probably would have used the tractor, Dad's first, a 1936 Model "A" John Deere, to go bring in the cows! And I think Dad was ready for some automation too. And so it was that we acquired a good, used J. I. Case, wire tie hay baler. In addition to a person to drive th ... [Read Article]

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A quick bath in baking soda water, or even soda pop - lemon lime works well, will clear the corrosion off quickly. It is good to cover ... [ More ]


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    1965 Farmall 504 with 314 IH One-Row Cotton Picker

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