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Old July 01, 2018, 08:26   #1
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Vintage Farming

Ebeling bought the Super W6 for $4500 when he was 10 with money earned selling cattle as a member of the Nebraska Multi 4-H Club.

“You don’t need big equipment to go farming, and you’re putting in the same thing as everyone else,” his father told him.

Ebeling said his interest in farming with vintage equipment began while participating in a Canadian Foodgrains Bank growing project harvest near Ponoka, Alta., in 2015.

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