• HOMESTEAD IRON BATWING HOE

    This unique blade, we call batwing was traditionally a cotton hoe. Used for working in the fields between rows and around plants. It's easy to see why. This tool is one of the most versatile tools we offer.

    You can use it for delicate scalp weeding, hacking and chopping, or turn it on either point for dragging seed furrows or chopping out sod. The extra long shank allows for better extension in larger raised beds.

    Batwing Hoe Specs: Weight- 14.8 oz., Tool Length- 18", Blade Width- 5", Blade Length- 2"

    Item: 8606

    Author: HOMESTEAD IRON

    Format: Other/miscellaneous products

  • HOMESTEAD IRON CROWS FOOT CULTIVATOR

    The Homestead Iron Crows Foot Cultivator is great for working in finer amended soil, cultivating the dirt around plants easily. The tool is forged by hand, heated and beat into shape – just like in the old days. Each tool comes with a lifetime guarantee. Give it proper care and maintenance, and should it bend or break, Homestead Iron will repair or replace your tool.

    Item: 8600

    Author: HOMESTEAD IRON

    Format: Other/miscellaneous products

  • HOMESTEAD IRON DUTCH WEEDER, LEFT HANDED

    This beauty is a reproduction of the same tool that came into existence 1,200 years ago. Japan and Holland thought up this design independent of one another during the same time period! Made with a thin, flexible blade, this is the perfect implement for fine weeding up close to your plants. A scraper and slicer, it’s made to get baby weeds as they come up (before they get stringy or woody). All Homestead Iron tools are sharp! They use 1075 high-carbon steel for their blades and treat each as a high-quality knife. Each tool comes with a lifetime guarantee. Give it proper care and maintenance, and should it bend or break, Homestead Iron will repair or replace it.

    Item: 8602

    Author: HOMESTEAD IRON

    Format: Other/miscellaneous products

  • HOMESTEAD IRON DUTCH WEEDER, RIGHT HANDED

    This beauty is a reproduction of the same tool that came into existence 1,200 years ago. Japan and Holland thought up this design independent of one another during the same time period! Made with a thin, flexible blade, this is the perfect implement for fine weeding up close to your plants. A scraper and slicer, it’s made to get baby weeds as they come up (before they get stringy or woody). All Homestead Iron tools are sharp! They use 1075 high-carbon steel for their blades and treat each as a high-quality knife. Each tool comes with a lifetime guarantee. Give it proper care and maintenance, and should it bend or break, Homestead Iron will repair or replace it.

    Item: 8601

    Author: HOMESTEAD IRON

    Format: Other/miscellaneous products

  • HOMESTEAD IRON GRUB HOE

    The hand-forged Grub Hoe is a great all-around tool: It digs and slices through your toughest chores with ease. The heat-treated 1075 spring steel blade is sharp and durable, making it great for chopping and weeding. The tool’s tines, meanwhile, dig hard ground and effortlessly cut out tough roots. Precision TIG-welded on a forged diamond shank and finished with a solid hickory handle, this tool provides a lifetime of service.

    Item: 8608

    Author: HOMESTEAD IRON

    Format: Other/miscellaneous products

  • HOMESTEAD IRON MULTI-PURPOSE TROWEL

    This little guy does it all! The sharp chisel tip works to pop out stubborn weeds. The forged ridges in the blade act as a depth gauge and meter out fine seeds: Just shake and trickle out a few at a time. If that's not enough, the tool does everything a trowel does, too! It’s a must-have for the gardener who has everything (or the minimalist who needs a single, versatile tool). Each of Homestead Iron’s garden tools comes with a lifetime guarantee. If you give it proper care, and your tool bends or breaks for any reason, the company will repair or replace it.

    Item: 8607

    Author: HOMESTEAD IRON

    Format: Other/miscellaneous products

  • HOMESTEAD IRON SMALL TROWEL

    Homestead Iron’s hand-forged trowel is as functional as it is elegant: It features a sharp, high-carbon steel blade that’s mounted on a forged steel shank. This is one tool you will want to pass down to your grandchildren. All of Homestead Iron’s heirloom-quality tools are fabricated from the best American-made materials the company can find. Each tool comes with a lifetime guarantee. Give them proper care and maintenance, and should one bend or break, the company will repair or replace it.

    Item: 8604

    Author: HOMESTEAD IRON

    Format: Other/miscellaneous products

  • HOMESTEAD IRON TOOL CARE WAX

    This tool care wax is an amazing rust preventative. The folks at Homestead Iron use it as a finish on each and every one of their tools. The ingredients are beeswax and linseed oil. Simple enough, yet sustainable.

    It's easy to apply, too! Just rub the bar of wax all over your freshly cleaned tool and its handle, then buff off with an old cloth.

    Item: 8609

    Author: HOMESTEAD IRON

    Format: Other/miscellaneous products

  • HOMESTEAD IRON V-HOE

    Homestead Iron’s V Hoe is the most aggressive tool they offer. The sharp, high-carbon steel blade excels at slicing through tough matted grass roots. A versatile tool, it weeds, cultivates, digs, furrows, and makes transplanting hot pack plants a breeze. All of Homestead Iron’s heirloom-quality tools are fabricated from the best American-made materials the company can get. Each of their garden tools comes with a lifetime guarantee. If you treat one of them with proper care, and it bends or breaks for any reason, they will repair or replace the tool.

    Item: 8603

    Author: HOMESTEAD IRON

    Format: Other/miscellaneous products

  • HONEY BEE HOBBYIST

    Beekeeping isn't just for the professional farmer-bees can be kept in any situation, from the simple backyard patio and garden to large expanses of farmland. A comprehensive and attractive beekeeping guide from Hobby Farm Press (the same folks who bring you Hobby Farms and Hobby Farm Home magazines), Honey Bee Hobbyist takes readers from finding their bees, housing them, collecting honey and using their produce for pleasure and possible profit. This colorful book includes entertaining chapters on the history of bees and beekeeping, and serves as an extensive introduction to help novice beekeepers fully understand this exciting hobby!

    Item: 6983

    Author: Norman Gary, PhD

    Format: Paperback

  • IRONCLAD MEMORIES DVD

    Hosted by Max Armstrong and featuring the Farmall Promenade — the square-dancing tractor troupe from Nemaha, Iowa. Other features include: 1955 John Deere 809 Diesel, 1967 Minneapolis-Moline Jet Star 3 Orchard, 1957 Oliver Super 99, 1962 Massey-Ferguson 98, all five John Deere Model L versions, 1961 International 460 Diesel Grove, 1941 Allis-Chalmers WC All Crop Harvester, 1956 Farmall 350 Diesel, 1928 Case K 18-32, Oliver 60, 1944 Cockshutt 60, 1935 Kaywood Model D Orchard, 1950 Massey-Harris 44 Orchard and 1958 Ford 641 Workmaster. 2001. Run time: 80 minutes.

    Item: 3759

    Format: DVD

  • JOHNNY POPPER PEOPLE DVD

    Visit the sparkling John Deere Pavilion in Moline, Ill., where you'll listen to the distinctive and delightful sounds of the John Deere two-cylinder tractors that have captured the hearts of American farm folk for decades. Featured models include: 1935 D, 1936 BO, 1936 B with cultivators, 1938 G, 1939 A, 1939 H, 1939 BR, 1941 LA, 1950 M/I, 1956 Model 420 High Crop and many more great green machines. If you like John Deeres, you'll love this video! 1999. Run time: 60 minutes.

    Item: 3748

    Format: DVD

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