Sounds like it past due for a good lubrication. Look for a grease fitting on the wheel shaft housing. Pump grease into it until it comes out at the ends of the housing. Run it for a while and grease it again. If the shaft has not frozen to the inside of the housing the grease may break it loose. Also look for a grease fitting on the center of the wheel. It should be greased as well. Some people use just regular chassis grease. I use EP grease. Either are available at any auto parts store. It comes in a cardboard tube. You will also need a grease gun that is the correct size for the tube. If your husband ran a farm he will have a grease gun and most likely some tubes of grease some where.
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