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Ever wondered what food and #farming looked like in the past? New project lets you delve into old photos. http://www.foodpolitic.com/new-project-lets-you-delve-into-farms-of-the-past/

Ever wondered what food and #farming looked like in the past? New project lets you delve into old photos. http://www.foodpolitic.com/new-project-lets-you-delve-into-farms-of-the-past/

UT Agriculture class in Dairy Judging (circa 1924)

UT Agriculture class in Dairy Judging (circa 1924)

What kids SHOULD have in their hands rather than video-game controllers...

What kids SHOULD have in their hands rather than video-game controllers...

Two mule teams with four mules each working on the Kishi Rice Farms in Terry, Texas.

Two mule teams with four mules each working on the Kishi Rice Farms in Terry, Texas.

In 1935 many families had to leave their homes and farms seeking work and food due to the drought caused by the dust bowl. This lasted for about 4 years. This is a picture of one family leaving and mirgrating to a better place for their survial during these times.

In 1935 many families had to leave their homes and farms seeking work and food due to the drought caused by the dust bowl. This lasted for about 4 years. This is a picture of one family leaving and mirgrating to a better place for their survial during these times.

When my great uncle Char got a tractor in the 50's he was asked how he liked it. "Rained the other day. Creek came up. Tractor couldn't cross. Horses would have swum it."

When my great uncle Char got a tractor in the 50's he was asked how he liked it. "Rained the other day. Creek came up. Tractor couldn't cross. Horses would have swum it."

Dust Bowl Survivors: Oklahoma, 1942 - Farmer John Barnett's wife, Venus, works in her vegetable garden after a second planting, Oklahoma, 1942. A windstorm earlier in the year blew the first seedlings away.

Dust Bowl Survivors: Oklahoma, 1942 - Farmer John Barnett's wife, Venus, works in her vegetable garden after a second planting, Oklahoma, 1942. A windstorm earlier in the year blew the first seedlings away.

Picture of steam-operated threshing machine near Kewanee, Illinois, taken in 1937. From the Library of Congress.

Picture of steam-operated threshing machine near Kewanee, Illinois, taken in 1937. From the Library of Congress.

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