The rear end of the machine is mounted upon two wheels. A trough, with a runner-like bow, containing…
This specification discloses a land leveler comprising a massive rectangular frame including reinforced…
A lister, used for planting corn in semi-arid regions.
"The locusts come down in swarms of millions from the warm lands of southern Brazil. There are so many…
Machine planter about 1900.
A machine for cutting down standing grain, usually worked by a pair of horses, the cutting machinery…
An illustration of man on a farm with two young boys. He is pointing at a building with a weather vane…
A manure spreader in operation. The manure was pitched from the stable to the spreader, handled only…
A farmer spreading manure by throwing it in piles and spreading it around.
F farmer spreading manure with a shovel in a field.
A farmer spreading manure firectly from atop a wagon.
Cyrus Hall McCormick's first reaper pulled by two horses
An illustration of two men operating a plow.
A machine used to separate immature seeds from wheat, oats, rye, barley, and other grains. This diagram…
While the Federal "Land Grant Act of 1862" mandated a college structure at the University in Columbia,…
A mower used for cutting hay.
Wild mustard the proper size for spraying.
A line of different types of oats in a planter.
The old woman talks to the haymakers. "haymakers, give me a wisp of hay."
A team of two oxen pull a plough across a field. Trees and a fence frame the field.
Paris green was used as a popular pigment in artist's paints because of the brilliance of the green.…
White pines coming into a pasture. On this land trees pay better than the poor pasture.
Trees in a pasture.
"Early Egyptian Pictures. Ploughing, breaking clods, and sowing."—Gordy, 1912
A farming utensil used in pitching or throwing hay or sheaves of grain, as into carts or wagons.
A planker, used for crushing clods of soil.
A wooden plough of early days.
This design features an adjustable plough allowing for the wing to pivot.
A good plow.
A well-known implement for turning up the soil.
A farm implement consisting of a heavy blade at the end of a beam, usually hitched to a draft team or…
The plow is a tool used in farming for initial cultivation of soil in reparation for sowing seed or…
Farmer plowing with two horses.
This plow is an agricultural tool which is used in farming for initial cultivation of soil in preparation…
"Potato digger with agitating rear rack and vine separator."—The Federal Digest, 1921
Self-acting horse rake.
Raking hay and loading it onto a wagon.
A roller. Crushes clods and packs the surface so as to keep the seed moist at the expense of increased…
A normal rye plant.
Seal, with a shovel and hoe on it.
A sheep, the head of the herd.
A type of door used in a silo.
A patch of soil and grass which has cracked after having been worked too fine in the fall.
An illustration of a remount depot built close together to prevent cold droughts. A remount depot is…
A Steam plow, 1901. The travel of the plows is at right angles to the travel of the engine.
A swathe turner.
The farming symbol is found in front of the Tuileries a royal palace in Paris, France.
A pair of timothy plants growing side by side, illustrating the difference in yield. Each one grew from…
A scene where farmers are harvesting tobacco to be dried.
A weeder used for harrowing small grains.
The college of agriculture at West Virginia in Morgantown.
The frame of wood by which two oxen are fastened together for drawing.