Farm Engineering Co.

The Little Chief was fitted with a four-bottom power lift gang plow. The unique engine was one of the very few four-cycle reversible motors ever used in a tractor. Two forward and two reverse speeds were provided.

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Farm Engineering Company made a brief entry into the tractor business with the “Little Chief” announced in 1916. The tractor was developed in Oshkosh, Wisconsin by A.J. and O.G. Patch. J.P. Burke, formerly with the J. I. Case and M. Rumely firms was also one of the executive officers. The Little Chief appeared in tractor listings as late as 1918.


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