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100 Years Back: Chickens, Coke, Harleys & More!

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    You sure don't see as many ads like this anymore! Flip through to see a few of the wares companies sought to sell via the pages of Successful Farming, like fencing featuring "mechanically joined" joints!

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    When's the last time you saw a new car for sale for under $500?

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    The early 20th century was a time of panaceas and cure-alls. Here's one for your cattle and horses! Think it worked?

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    "Stump remover" is a kind word for dynamite, isn't it?

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    Who knew chewing gum had such health benefits?

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    Get your Bohon "Bluegrass" Buggies Book of Buggy Bargains here!

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    The early- to mid-1910s was an interesting time when it came to transportation; the motor vehicle was coming along, but the horse and buggy was still a mainstay on a lot of farms.

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    And now, one for all the farmer/bikers out there!

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    How about a Coke?

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    "Merry War" was another in the long line of veterinary medications marketed in the 1910s, this one for chickens and hogs.

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    Tom Profit knew his pocket knives!

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    Farm data collection and management is not as new a sector of agriculture as you might think, as proven by this ad!

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Walk back in time and check out a few advertisements from Successful Farming in 1914! It's quite a collection!

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