We got it from another farmer that had bought a real tractor. We had a bunch of old horse drawn equipment, manure spreader, McComic Deering mower, a kick rake etc. Put hay up loose but we had a real nice barn that had a nice set up with a hay fork and track.
I kinda thought we were a little backward until I started helping on my wife's farm where they had a self propelled JD baler. That's when I found out what work was. 16 foot hay conveyor trying to put bales into a 30 foot high barn. That old hay fork was a whole lot easier.
So I guess being the only kinda tractor we ever had I would have to pick that old model A.
Talking about it kinda takes me back. The whole family pitching hay on the wagon working together. Dog laying under the wagon. Going to the swimming hole after dark when haying was done. Worst job was treading hay, too dam itchy.
Edited by Richardin52, 14 April 2012 - 12:18 PM.