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The painting I was thinking of is not a Russel. It's a Remington. Just got it from a neighbor before he moved the year before last. It almost went into the dumpster!! Was not going to let that happen. Put it upstairs in the library for safe keeping & hung it behind the door when the frame for my Robert E. Lee painting gave out. Starting to think I keep that room a bit too dry, as there have been a couple pictures that fell apart.

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11 minutes ago, Old Binder Guy said:

 Mike, I have this small copy of the Last of the 5,000 in color. The other B&W my wife used has the data, the reason I posted it.

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I always head for the ice cream cones and fudge there in St. Regis. If I was Mt Matt, I'd weigh even more than I do! This was the day I first met Matt Eisenbacher, at St. Regis, where he'd given me a pair of IH plow shears.

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The shears in the shadow of the Little Genius IHC plow.

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I had to be creative mounting the shears, but I got them on.

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Then he brings his pitchfork to Silver Creek to thresh. Working there like an animal!

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His only reward that day was getting to steer the Reeves steam engine pulling the disk. Thank goodness he didn't bring any St. Regis fudge! Gary.

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The fudge was wonderful & they have very good huckleberry saltwater taffy too. It's a sure thing that I'd weigh a bit more living in that area.

Those shares have me intrigued. Are they knock on shares? Don't recall seeing any with one bolt hole.

Between the fudge, the threshing & the Reeves, I don't know which to prioritize. All three at once may cause too much excitement!! There may be laws against that these days. :vD

Mike

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On 1/18/2023 at 11:18 AM, twostepn2001 said:

l'm not sure what that is on the middle cowboy's belt

Part of a knife sheath maybe? My dad likes to carry his belt knife in that general area so that's what immediately came to mind. Of course, I may be completely wrong. 

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On 1/18/2023 at 6:03 PM, Absent Minded Farmer said:

The fudge was wonderful & they have very good huckleberry saltwater taffy too. It's a sure thing that I'd weigh a bit more living in that area.

Those shares have me intrigued. Are they knock on shares? Don't recall seeing any with one bolt hole.

Between the fudge, the threshing & the Reeves, I don't know which to prioritize. All three at once may cause too much excitement!! There may be laws against that these days. :vD

Mike

Absent Minded Farmer... Mike, I'm the least educated person on this board about plow shears. In front they had what I'd call a "button" on the back that slips into a notch holding that end. Then the rear end is the one that bolts to make it tight. I never grew up plowing with moldboard plows. It wasn't until I started hanging around serious steam engine plowing people that I learned a few things. A man brought that two bottom IHC Little Genius plow off by my front yard when I lived in Kalispell about 20 years ago. Then with Matt Eisenbacher giving me the shears, I don't have much into it but an afternoon's work. And in spite of a frustration here or there, that kind of work is something I still love doing.

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Both of the plows I posted are IHC moldboards, a two and a four bottom.

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The four bottom is behind the McCormick-Deering TD-40 several years ago when breaking the cropland at son Mike's place. The TracTracTor diesel is putting out smoke. Mike had just shifted into 5th gear. The smoke soon cleared. Gary 😁

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That TD-40 is an IH Tractor on a Montana Farm!

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Glad you were able to mount those shares to your plow Gary. I’ve had a great time pitching bundles when invited to your “threshing bee”.  Hope this year allows you to put a crop in the ground again!

If I was home, I’d dig around the house for some pictures of threshing in Minnesota when I was 9 or 10. I’m currently in Kentucky at a sport show hawking fishing lures.  I’d rather be home working in some IH red equipment but this isn’t a bad gig. 

I must be one of the few people in the world who just can’t stand huckleberries. 🤣  The Travel Center in town probably has socks made from huckleberries… and 100 other items as well.

Someone else can have my share, thanks!

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l know this don't have anything to do with IH Tractors On A Montana farm and it probably is in other states too but l thought it is interesting that communities grew up around or on state lines. First pic is of Farwell, Texas in 1943. Half the town is in Texas, the other half in New Mexico. You can see the New Mexico sign in the lower left corner. l don't know what kind of car that is but l bet if you had it now days in the same shape it's in like in the pic it would be worth a few bucks! Also wonder where that smoke is coming from in the background...?

 

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This pic is of the E.L. Bowman store on the state line with New Mexico in Gaines county, Texas in 1940. l really like looking at those old signs and other details of old pics. Just wonder where the ice came from to put in that ice house? Or when was the last time you could buy a Oh Henry candy bar for a nickel? And are those cars the same kind just different colors?

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On 1/19/2023 at 9:19 PM, Old Binder Guy said:

Absent Minded Farmer... Mike, I'm the least educated person on this board about plow shears. In front they had what I'd call a "button" on the back that slips into a notch holding that end. Then the rear end is the one that bolts to make it tight. I never grew up plowing with moldboard plows. It wasn't until I started hanging around serious steam engine plowing people that I learned a few things. A man brought that two bottom IHC Little Genius plow off by my front yard when I lived in Kalispell about 20 years ago. Then with Matt Eisenbacher giving me the shears, I don't have much into it but an afternoon's work. And in spite of a frustration here or there, that kind of work is something I still love doing.

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Both of the plows I posted are IHC moldboards, a two and a four bottom.

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The four bottom is behind the McCormick-Deering TD-40 several years ago when breaking the cropland at son Mike's place. The TracTracTor diesel is putting out smoke. Mike had just shifted into 5th gear. The smoke soon cleared. Gary 😁

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That TD-40 is an IH Tractor on a Montana Farm!

I'm 90% sure that 4 bottom is a low production 'Deep Tillage" plow.

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8 hours ago, twostepn2001 said:

l know this don't have anything to do with IH Tractors On A Montana farm and it probably is in other states too but l thought it is interesting that communities grew up around or on state lines. First pic is of Farwell, Texas in 1943. Half the town is in Texas, the other half in New Mexico. You can see the New Mexico sign in the lower left corner. l don't know what kind of car that is but l bet if you had it now days in the same shape it's in like in the pic it would be worth a few bucks! Also wonder where that smoke is coming from in the background...?

 

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This pic is of the E.L. Bowman store on the state line with New Mexico in Gaines county, Texas in 1940. l really like looking at those old signs and other details of old pics. Just wonder where the ice came from to put in that ice house? Or when was the last time you could buy a Oh Henry candy bar for a nickel? And are those cars the same kind just different colors?

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twostepn2001, I think that car in your first photo is either a 1941 or a 1946 Chevy. Wouldn't we all find a location somewhere inside to protect that one and keep it in that shape?

That smoke doesn't look good. It sure appears to be coming from that (likely) hotel?

Now I don't know if there are any IH Tractors in Fairview, Montana or Fairview, North Dakota? But theoretically, an IH Tractor could be parked in both states. An IH Tractor on a Montana and North Dakota Farm!  Gary😉😊😁🤩

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As you might guess, I don't know a darn thing. So I just grabbed some "stuff" from my files, mostly from Facebook, but not all of it.

This first crawler is a Lanz Bulldog diesel hauling sugar beets.

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This Cletrac by Cleveland Tractor Company appears to be hauling part of a bridge structure over a railroad?

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I'm not sure what model Caterpillar this is that is plowing what was once ocean floor in Holland. 

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This crawler appears to be an Allis Chalmers? I don't know what size. A couple of my classmates at Moore High School said their father owned an AC HD-21. When he had it delivered, it was parked on some of their land on a nearby place they owned. On their way to Lewistown to go shopping, their mother remarked that the county road crew had a lot of nerve parking that "cat" on their land!

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From the height this guy is sitting, I think that is a wide gauge TD-9 IH, not a TD-14.

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Moving to rubber tires, this is a 10 hp Stanley Steamer touring car climbing a 45% grade.

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I think this 5 hp pickup is an IHC? He said he gets a lot of attention at tractor shows with this.

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An early "hay press."

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Son Mike plowing at Belgrade years ago with their 16 hp Nichols & Shepard. 

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Obviously the plow above was no load for the 16 hp N&S, so Mike hooked onto the 20-bottom plow. (April fools)

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A row of the IHC tractors at Crosby, North Dakota this past summer. John Tysse must own most of them?

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From a 1924 IHC publication.

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Baby Peggy sitting on the hood of this 1924 McCormick Deering 15-30 Orchard tractor.

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This appears to be a fun filled book for kids? I'm envious.

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My Facebook friend, Jeff Estley posted this photo of his father sitting on "Grampa's new 1941 Farmall H" that's hitched to their 42R combine. He posted this on a site that was talking about Firestone tires, like these on the rear.

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I don't remember anything about his photo except it is a 4300 and a lady is posing with it.

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Since son Mike figured out how to get to Red Power Forum with his phone (since he retired early last summer) this is him on our 4568 back in about 1978. He was the best hired hand I ever had on the farm. So obviously, it is an IH Tractor on a Montana Farm. Gary😉

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I may have seen that 4300 a couple years ago at the Farmalland museum at Avoca IA.  He had a similar inscription on the front fender referring to a Cub Cadet.  It and many other fine pieces were sold at auction before his passing. 

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22 hours ago, oldscoutdiesel said:

I may have seen that 4300 a couple years ago at the Farmalland museum at Avoca IA.  He had a similar inscription on the front fender referring to a Cub Cadet.  It and many other fine pieces were sold at auction before his passing. 

That's the one. I stared a hole in my computer screen watching it sell at the online auction. There were a lot of great tractors at that sale.

Mike

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Ok....

I was lost on my computer again & ran across these pics from my first voyage across Montana. Want to say that's Livingston?? The pics on this roll of Kodak VR 400 are a bit scattered, as I grabbed a different camera that had some B&W film in it that I was testing & didn't resume with that roll until Butte.

Anyway....

I bet there was at least one IH tractor on a Montana farm that put grain into that prairie skyscraper.

Mike

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15 hours ago, Absent Minded Farmer said:

Ok....

I was lost on my computer again & ran across these pics from my first voyage across Montana. Want to say that's Livingston?? The pics on this roll of Kodak VR 400 are a bit scattered, as I grabbed a different camera that had some B&W film in it that I was testing & didn't resume with that roll until Butte.

Anyway....

I bet there was at least one IH tractor on a Montana farm that put grain into that prairie skyscraper.

Mike

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You're correct. There definitely would have been IH Tractors on Montana Farms putting in crops and harvesting in this vicinity. Gary😁

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On 1/27/2023 at 10:06 PM, oldscoutdiesel said:

I may have seen that 4300 a couple years ago at the Farmalland museum at Avoca IA.  He had a similar inscription on the front fender referring to a Cub Cadet.  It and many other fine pieces were sold at auction before his passing. 

Those IH 4300s can be IH Tractors on Montana Farms too! Plowing on the Mehmke farm between Belt and Great Falls, Montana.  Gary😁

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On 1/25/2023 at 11:02 AM, twostepn2001 said:

l know this don't have anything to do with IH Tractors On A Montana farm and it probably is in other states too but l thought it is interesting that communities grew up around or on state lines. First pic is of Farwell, Texas in 1943. Half the town is in Texas, the other half in New Mexico. You can see the New Mexico sign in the lower left corner. l don't know what kind of car that is but l bet if you had it now days in the same shape it's in like in the pic it would be worth a few bucks! Also wonder where that smoke is coming from in the background...?

 

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My guess on the smoke is a coal fired furnace trying to heat the building in front of it. Looks like some snow on the ground and coal on the wagon.

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OBG had a visitor today. Tubacase47 stopped in at the shop. He mentioned needing to find a "Skilsaw." We just happened to have one for him. I inquired why he came to Helena from Great Falls. All I remember him mentioning was "Pizza!" I figured in a couple days, that pizza will be history. But a Skilsaw is something to remember the trip by. And he needed one to shorten a door at home.

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Since he's a Case tractor fanatic, I got a couple of pictures for him. This one going for a rack load of hay.

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This one the hay is loaded.

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Here's a Case tractor pulling spring tooth harrows and a Fordson pulling a disk.

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This is a picture of the first Fordson exported to England in 1917. Even Henry Ford is middle row at right.

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I'm assuming these tractors are both Massey-Harris?

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Then an IHC 10-20 Titan.

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A 10-20 McCormick-Deering turning a "Mill" threshing grain somewhere out of the USA.

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A man and his wife pose with their 10-20 McCormick-Deering.
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An IH Farmall A is preparing to load hay.

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This is a new one to me. Hopefully somebody knows something about this International crawler. I don't know if it is a TD-6 or a TD-9? With the seat on the rear end, it must have been something like an Orchard crawler?

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One of my Facebook friends restored this 25-45 Little Oak gas tractor. I know nothing about them, but it sure is pretty!

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I just HAD to put this photo of this Maxwell automobile at Katy Texas. It seems to have drummed up some interest with the townspeople?

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I just posted this because I've never seen a full size tricycle like this before. There was mention on Facebook about "Dunlop Tires."  Gary😉

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Oops, I missed this photo of a gentleman plowing snow with his IH Farmall Cub.

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Never seen a TD like that one 🙄 it has 2 upper carrier rollers so its not a TD6, sure is a strange one 🤔 it has some orchard features, fenders, spark arrestor and hood, maybe it is and the rest is missing, I would have thought they would have wanted narrow guage and small pads for it

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That is a tail seat orchard tractor. I agree with hardtail on it most likely a 9 as it has 2 carrier rollers and 6 only had one. Depending on what trees you are growing, back in the day of that tractor 15 to 30 foot wide rows where the norm. And it could be on some very steep ground in some cases. One of the reasons real fruit picking ladders only have 3 legs.

 

But orchard work could of been in it's past as the exhaust is much higher than you would use in a orchard.

 

I can say I am thankful to never having operated a tail seat crawler. Any small crawler can buck enough going over berms let alone a tail seat. Why in the last years bigger tractors have been very common. So I have dodged a lot of limbs doing there best to take my head off on TD 14's and Cat D6's and even a AC HD 9 and HD 5. Some of which had the exhaust cut off about a inch over the hood. A good part of why I don't hear so good even using foam ear plugs since I discovered them about 1980.

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41 minutes ago, ray54 said:

That is a tail seat orchard tractor. I agree with hardtail on it most likely a 9 as it has 2 carrier rollers and 6 only had one. Depending on what trees you are growing, back in the day of that tractor 15 to 30 foot wide rows where the norm. And it could be on some very steep ground in some cases. One of the reasons real fruit picking ladders only have 3 legs.

 

But orchard work could of been in it's past as the exhaust is much higher than you would use in a orchard.

 

I can say I am thankful to never having operated a tail seat crawler. Any small crawler can buck enough going over berms let alone a tail seat. Why in the last years bigger tractors have been very common. So I have dodged a lot of limbs doing there best to take my head off on TD 14's and Cat D6's and even a AC HD 9 and HD 5. Some of which had the exhaust cut off about a inch over the hood. A good part of why I don't hear so good even using foam ear plugs since I discovered them about 1980.

ray54, This is a Caterpillar Fifteen Orchard in southern California. The farmer has his hired man adding water, as it must have been low and getting warm? This fruit raising farmer must not have been able to feed his family raising fruit, as he had to have a second job to make his car payment.

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 If he'd only known the dirty thirties and Great Depression were coming, he'd have probably just bought a Model A Ford to drive and wouldn't have had to have a second job. Obviously, being stuck making payments on a Packard, he had to have that second job at Hollywood. Frankly, Ray, I don't give a darn. Gary😁

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I have seen that photo before, and that tractor is local today. I might ask how many times Clark drove the tractor, but a different time. The actors where not the "limp noodles" of today most had done manual labor before "making it".

 

With further thought it might be the one that got away. A young man just getting started had the Cat 15 but did not know it's history.  So I cannot say if he still has it, or sold it and then found the history. But Tom Madden has talked of it on ACMOC. 😉  Oh he would be the same fellow in charge of the Holt tracked steamer we have discussed before. 😁 He is head of tractor care for Paso Robles Pioneer Committee. As well as the Cats, Holts, and Best's in his own collection. The last 5 to 10 years he has been buying the big Prairie Tractors. Maybe even a steamer. And info on the local up come show in May that Tom is one leaders of.  https://www.acmoc.org/bb/discussion-d72/30306-2023-acmoc-national-show-santa-margarita-california-usa-may-25-28-2023

 

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