This is a horse drawn corn planter and fertilizer distributor from Massachusetts.
Very old, patented in the 1880s.
The wooden corn hopper has a brass bell in the bottom to tell when it is empty.
founded by Steve Melton
This is an International Grain Drill used for winter planting.
This drill is horse drawn between the mature corn rows.
This is a buzz saw that was mounted on a Farmall M and was driven by a belt..
It was used to cut firewood.
This corner consists of antique marine and railroad memorabilia.
At right, the round acetylene generator was used for gas lighting in houses.
This is an International Harvester hay bailer with hand hay tied strings from the 1920s.
This is belt driven with a tractor.