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Experimental Ford Tractor: Link between Fordson and Ford 9N - Antique Tractor Blog

…for the Fordson tractor. After it wasn’t placed into production, it was tied up in a lawsuit between Ford and Ferguson and was eventually used to pull a manure spreader on the Ford farm. Much of the work on the tractor’s design was done by Howard Simpson, a Ferguson engineer from England.…

Tractor Trivia Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

…for the Fordson tractor. After it wasn’t placed into production, it was tied up in a lawsuit between Ford and Ferguson and was eventually used to pull a manure spreader on the Ford farm. Much of the work on the tractor’s design was done by Howard Simpson, a Ferguson engineer from England.…

What's the Big Deal with the Allis Chalmers G? - Antique Tractor Blog

…was a planter, disc, plow, sickle bar mower, belly mower, loader, manure spreader, and a front-mounted hay rake. While some of these were less popular (you’ll want to be sure of the wind direction before using the manure spreader or the hay rake!), they make very interesting collector items. *…

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Why We Love the Farmall H - Antique Tractor Blog

…the perfect tractor in a non-running Farmall H. The price was right (just $250), and our dad helped us get it running in no time. We bought a manure spreader to use as a cheap, heavy-duty trailer and borrowed a chainsaw from my grandpa. We were in business! The only question was who got to drive the…

McCormick-Deering History Challenge - Antique Tractor Blog

…09/11/2017Written by Suzette Thomas 1 Comment Our farm has been in the family since February 27th, 1907. I have purchased a horse drawn manure spreader for an attention grabber for our feed store.  I have located the IHC stamped into the castings of a few parts and would like to put the vintage…

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