Offers to make donations to this website are greatly appreciated, but not necessary. Just dropping a friendly note, suggestion, or correction thru my Contact page is more than enough compensation. This web site is not associated with any business, but it is self-supporting. It is my intent to keep the ads small and never allow them to block any content. This will never be a site that pops ads in front of content or blocks content until you create an account and log in. My vintage Ford tractors and web site are a hobby that has paid-off in work done around our property and many friendly contacts made over the years. If you feel the need to pay for any help this website may provide, we support several local and national charities. They will certainly put your donation to better use than supporting our addictions to eBay and Amazon.
The American Red Cross is not the most efficient charity but they are often first on the scene helping to prevent and alleviate suffering in the face of emergencies.
Feeding America org is a nationwide network of food banks connecting people with food and ending hunger in communities across America.
Matthew 25 Ministries (M25M) is an international humanitarian aid and disaster relief organization helping the poorest of poor locally, nationally, and internationally regardless of race, creed, or political persuasion.
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