John Deere on a Nevada Farm
by Maria J.
Potato Field in Fall
This John Deere tractor was parked by the side of a freshly plowed field on a farm in Nevada.
The photo was taken in late autumn, November 2009. This particular farm is preparing to plant potatoes here next spring.
Tractors pictures : sunday morning in West Michigan
(Grand Rapids, Michigan)
I was out for a ride early sunday when I saw this farm that had a bunch of old farm equipment sitting all over there land.
There was this old lady standing in her front yard I stopped an ask if I could take some photos of the tractors she said go head and she let wake all over her farm shooting photos of the old equipment when I was done I asked if she had a computer she did so I sent her some of what I took her family has been working this farm for more than 70 Years.
She was so friendly & accommodating.
The photos were taken in North Kent County in West Michigan
Farm Day Transportation
(Donvale, Victoria, Australia)
Country Living - More my size
Farm day here in Victoria, Australia is traditional.
Host farm families donate their time to city kids who may never have experienced the pleasures of Farm Life.
Lorraine and Ron Trewick from Elmore were kind enough to invite us to experience their sheep and cattle run and drive through their vast wheat and barley plains in Elmore.
The Poppit, ie the granddaughter, got to ride on this little work horse, sit in the huge harvesters, see where the sheep got shorn, play with new born Kelpie puppies, chase the chooks and geese, climb the silos and round up the sheep for market.
Thoroughly exhausted, she was asleep 5 minutes after we left the farm to drive the 150 kms back home.
Great day, great memories and great people our true blue Aussie Country Folk
This is the Poppit on the ride-on, more her size she said.
Family Getaways Melbourne
by Joe Kingsley
Taken near Hall, MT
Farmall tractor picture 1928
by Dennis Dowling
(Fountain Hills, AZ)
1928 Farmall / Clay Sprgs, AZ
Our summer home is in Navajo County (Show Low, AZ) This is 150 miles from Fountain Hills where we live and work most of the year. Our home is at 6500 ft elevation...so its a cool break from the summer heat of the Phoenix area. We play golf and entertain family and friends.
I still own a State Farm agency and drive back and forth almost every week for 1-2 days to keep up with my agency. On my drives back and forth I started noticing an old truck in the weeds, a neglected tractor here and there and I got out a camera, tripod etc and began to develop ( no pun intended) a theme for my photography....that being "Discarded, Abandoned.......but Not Forgotten"
The picture that started it all for me is of a 1928 Farmall tractor on Highway 260 at Clay Springs about 15 miles west of Show Low. I've been back many times in different seasons to capture an angle, a mood, a perspective etc. Since that time I have begun to explore the backroads and little traveled roads of several Arizona counties and have discovered some interesting subjects that I hope to share on this site.
Matt and the 4010 John Deer Tractor
by Robbie Lamb
This old tractor has helped us farm for many years.
Matt liked to sit on it and pretend to farm.
I am a woman, but I have driven it with farm machinery over many steep hills.
Old John Deere
by Doyle McClung
(Greenbrier, TN. USA)
This old John Deere sits in front of a tractor repair shop here in Greenbrier, Tennessee. It just looks so perfect sitting in the landscape.
by J Kingsley
Located in a field in rural Caribou County, ID
Tractor out to pasture along with a 68 Baracuda' in the background.
Riding the Tractor
Tilling the Garden
Growing up in the country means lots of interesting experiences with your family and children. My boys love to ride the tractor with their cousin's and would spend all day out there doing so.
I captured this picture when they were preparing to till up the garden for spring planting. I can not imagine what was going through his little mind as he rode along on that big tractor.
It was an experience he will never forget, and I am sure something that we will be doing many more times as he grows.
Country living is one of the best things in the world, life is so much easier and I would not raise my children anywhere else.
Too Much Sun Tan Can Be
a Bad Thing
Old 1938-40 Massey-Harris e20 relaxing on the farm with a few friends.