In 1890, people are leaving the remote countryside to be closer to the city. Still, they need to produce food for family consumption. This is the ideal time for Allen & Company to introduce the light horse drawn cultivator as well as push-types. The depression especially creates a need for human power as horses are not replaced as their useful life ends. The machines progress with time, constantly improving, adding self-propelled cultivators with gasoline engines. Planet Junior wrenches are popular with the name appearing on their tools. There is also an affordable cutout available as well as rarer varieties. Being made over a period of years also means variations exist.
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