AgLoop TV Episode 2: Story about 80 Year Old John Deere A

Sage on 1935 JD "A"

Grandson Sage on 1935 JD “A”

AgLoop.TV’s second episode covers a couple of friends we recommend you add to your social media “have to follow” list for agriculture. In addition, you get a chance to meet Art and see some video on his 1935 John Deere A, made famous in his story “A Really Rough Diamond”.  After being rebuilt by Art and his father nearly 50 years ago, the tractor still sports mostly original equipment, to include the tires, that replaced the old steel wheels.  That is impressive.  Even better is it still earns a liveing with a John Deere 290 cultivator and sometimes running Art’s International Harvester Threshing machine.  Best of all we get to hear the old A and some background from the story…Also feel free to ask Art & Jim questions about old iron…if we do not know an answer we will connect with folks to help find the correct answer…that is what the AgLoop community is all about.

Enjoy this short segment of AgLoopTV and in two weeks we will have more Ag UAV material from our friends at Precision Hawk and if lucky some words from friends outside the US, a little more old iron,  among other stories.

From the show, Social Media Friends to follow:

Bill… Indywx.com

Mike… AgronomyUkraine.blogspot.com

Just in case you have missed the John Deere A segments in Art’s story…the links are below for Segment 1-9.

Really Rough Diamond (1)

Really Rough Diamond (2)

Really Rough Diamond (3)

Really Rough Diamond (4)

Really Rough Diamond (5)

Really Rough Diamond (6)

Really Rough Diamond (7)

Really Rough Diamond (8)

Really Rough Diamond (9)

Really Rough Diamond (10)

 

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J.R. Brown
Written by J.R. Brown

Retired USAF SNCO, Hay & Cattle Farmer, GIS User, Antique Farm Machinery Collector, Favorite old iron...anything Oliver, Moline, Farmall, or Allis-Chalmers.

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