Over a dozen different useful inventions are profiled on this DVD/Video. Features include a huge 40-foot manure spreader with three steering axles for ease of getting in and out of tight spots, a 120 foot self-propelled sprayer built on an old truck chassis, an air drill with low disturbance openers to work equally well in wet or dry soil conditions, a heavy duty air seeder cart designed to carry both liquid fertilizer and seed on the same chassis, and a 42-foot rotary mower which is the largest commercially available rotary mower. This video profiles an old W-9 International tractor where the direction of travel was reversed to create a sturdy bale tractor, a handy skid steer made out of the parts from several different old self-propelled swathers, a four wheel drive ¾ ton truck converted to six wheel drive, and a tractor/power unit built around an old McCormick Deering combine. This DVD also features a rock digger with heavy duty I-beams to handle the difficult rocks, a fork-type rock picker for picking up larger rocks, and a reel-type rock picker for handling smaller rocks. Other inventions include a garden tractor sized loader built out of salvaged components, an easy to use front end-loader mounted system that catches leaves blown on to it by a running lawnmower, a handy soil mixer driven by an electric motor, a hoist for looking after yard equipment maintenance, and an innovative design where one trailer acts as both a garbage pickup and a port-a-potty.