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Antique Grain Seeder 1925 - 1926 JD VAN BRUNDT by Leslie van de Ligt

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Views 1019 February 5, 2011

I found this gem sitting in the middle of a farmers field after the land had been sub-divided. For the life of me it looked as if he had simply unhooked it in the middle of the hay field from his tractor and driven away. I mean right in the middle. So I wondered if he was late for an appointment, had an argument with his wife or just gave up on it and never went back. Grain Seeders or Grass Seeders were regarded as inexpensive alternatives to the grain drills at that time.Near Sherwood Park, Alberta Rebel XSI

JD Van Brunt grain seeder. Model R. Made between 1925 and 1926

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  • sundawg7
    sundawg7over 5 years ago

    Say Leslie, this was a gem of a find, and well composed.>>Ron.

  • Many thanks Ron. I was happy to run across this one. :>)) Leslie

    – Leslie van de Ligt

  • Joanne  Bradley
    Joanne Bradleyover 5 years ago

    This is so interesting, a great old find and wonderful display in the subdued color scheme!

  • Thank you very much Joanne. Your comment is appreciated. :>)) Leslie

    – Leslie van de Ligt

  • PrairieRose
    PrairieRoseover 5 years ago

    A real ol’ time relic now………. such a great find and so well captured dear Leslie!! :)))

  • Thanks so much Rosie. I love this type of thing and finding out the history on it. Take good care my friend. :>)) Leslie

    – Leslie van de Ligt

  • Scott  d'Almeida
    Scott d'Almeidaover 5 years ago

    great work,

  • Many Thanks Scott. :>)) Leslie

    – Leslie van de Ligt

  • Antanas
    Antanasover 5 years ago

    lovely capture

  • I appreciate your comment Antanas. :>)) Leslie

    – Leslie van de Ligt

  • Vickie Emms
    Vickie Emmsover 5 years ago

    Hey sis! Congratulations on your Top 10 placement in the Canadiana challenge way to go,,,,,,,,,,,,,,hugs xx

  • Thank you so very much Sis. I really appreciate that. By the way is that a new puppy I see with you in your new avatar? Hugs Leslie

    – Leslie van de Ligt

  • Vickie Emms
    Vickie Emmsover 5 years ago

    no hon, that’s Sneakers our baby and only dog. She’s 5 1/2 already but most people think she is a puppy.

  • Well Sis she really does look like a puppy. Very cute. Hugs XXXX Leslie

    – Leslie van de Ligt

  • Cora Wandel
    Cora Wandelover 5 years ago

    Excellent work, Leslie!

  • Many thanks Cora.Appreciate as always. :>)) Leslie

    – Leslie van de Ligt

  • Larry Trupp
    Larry Truppover 5 years ago

    Great find Leslie, my Dad used one of these many years ago, actually pulled by horses…I still have an old B&W of my oldest brother filling it with seeds.

  • Thanks Larry. A few people want to call this a seed drill but this was used in lieu of and was more viable cost wise as well. I would have loved to see it in use with a team of horses. :>)) Leslie

    – Leslie van de Ligt

  • JDHeritage
    JDHeritageover 5 years ago

    Beautiful picture! Unfortunately it is not a Van Brunt drill it is an International Harvester Company drill.

  • Hi JD, I checked this one out pretty well and it is not a drill. These seeders were really popular because they were cheaper and money was hard for many farmers at that time. There is nothing on this piece of equip to give a name and International should have been in the cast iron somewhere on this baby but it’s nowhere to be found, This would have been pulled behind a team of horses. I looked a a lot of sites before I found one like it. My husband thought it would be a drill as well, but there are actually discs in front of where the seed in drops down from the wood tray. So I thank you for your opinion, I value others opinion and input greatly. Regards Leslie

    – Leslie van de Ligt

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