This little kid was anxious to make a friend. Playing peek a boo was a great way to get our attention.
8N Ford tractors were once used as the mainstay to farm acres and acres of land. Now a part of history, a friendly young chap waves as he provides hay rides to children on a wagon pulled by an 8N Ford.
That’s a funny looking black nose ya got there, human!” Said number 375
“He provided them with smiles as he barked for his dinner…”
It seems, according to Ithaca, growing “herb” is now as hazardous to the environment as much as farting cows. We will keep our opinion to ourselves concerning this particular subject giving you the opportunity to develop your own conclusions. We do have to say we find intelectual humor here. . Our involvement in political subjects are… Continue reading Mary Jane Farming
Watermelon Patch A small-town country farmer has a watermelon patch and upon inspection he discovers that some of the local kids have been helping themselves to his prized watermelons. The farmer thinks of ways to discourage this profit-eating situation. So he puts up a sign that reads: “WARNING! ONE OF THESE WATERMELONS CONTAINS CYANIDE!” He… Continue reading The Harvesters Patch
The picture above is part of an old fashioned sickle bar mower. Earth Tools describes the mower: Typically called Sickle bar mowers, these have been the traditional mechanized tool for mowing hay for over 100 years. The earliest ones were drawn by horses, and the reciprocation of the blades was powered by the rolling of iron… Continue reading Loch Ness