Once upon a time (in the 1950s), there was a feed grinder. It worked very hard at its job.
Gehl MX65 Feed Grinder/Mixer
But eventually, it was disassembled. The frame was left to rust away, until a nice family called Andrews rescued it. With love and care, they sanded away all the rust, gave the frame a nice coat of paint, found some wheels (which they painted grass green) and tires, and built a wooden body on it. Finally, they attached the finishing touch: a beautiful sign. Hooray! The wonderful wagon was a wing-ding of a wedding gift for the wide-eyed whippersnappers at Cotton Hill Farm.
Our tractor is indispensable here on the hill, but the wagon truly completes it. We use it to haul things up the hill, like this:
Here's the wagon transporting the chicken pen up the hill.
Thank goodness we don't have to drag all this brush up to the firepit!
The wagon is also a crucial part of our current irrigation system for the garden, which unfortunately involves transporting 50-gallon garbage pails full of water across the property.
We drag all kinds of stuff around in it:
I'll catch a ride in the wagon any old time, and a certain fuzzy farmdog thinks it's the BEST place for a nap in the sun.