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Old Tractors Still Get The Job Done




Tractors from the 1950s and 60s proved they can still get the job done during Plow Day, an informal gathering of antique machines held in a field northwest of Archbold, Saturday, Sept. 11. About 13 antiques came out to plow the field as it was done in the past. Above, Anthony Stuckey, rural Archbold, brings up the rear of a line of tractors on an old John Deere. Other makes at the event included International Harvester Farmalls, Case, Oliver, and Ford. Mark Frey, Archbold, said his father, Bob, arranges the event on land owned by the Stuckey family.–photo by David Pugh

Tractors from the 1950s and 60s proved they can still get the job done during Plow Day, an informal gathering of antique machines held in a field northwest of Archbold, Saturday, Sept. 11. About 13 antiques came out to plow the field as it was done in the past. Above, Anthony Stuckey, rural Archbold, brings up the rear of a line of tractors on an old John Deere. Other makes at the event included International Harvester Farmalls, Case, Oliver, and Ford. Mark Frey, Archbold, said his father, Bob, arranges the event on land owned by the Stuckey family.–photo by David Pugh



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