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Russ's Vintage Iron
Russ Quinn DTN Staff Reporter
Thu Oct 31, 2013 03:21 PM CDT

Today is Halloween, the one time of year it is socially acceptable to scare little kids as they come to your door. Well not my door -- I have lived at my farm for more than 10 years now and never once had a trick-or-treater.

I kind of like this, but my kids are not as excited about living on a remote farm, at least not on Halloween. We will be making the trek to the grandparents' houses and their neighbors to get some candy tonight.

So in honor of Halloween scaring, I present the top five scariest vintage iron/farming-related ...

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