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|susan barnett||I have several extremely old tractor implements that are believed to have been horse driven I cannot seem to pinpoint a date of origin any help appreciated
|bontai Joe||Either check your local library, or the book rack at your local Tractor Supply store for info on old implements. Without manufacturer's names, model numbers or photos, it's impossible to offer any information on your stuff. As to value, that would depend on condition, and what the attachment is and how complete and original it is. Something relatively rare like a horse drawn planter, or haybine, or other harvest equipment could be worth a decent amount of money if in operating condition. Plows and rakes are more common and worth less money.