This antique text comprises a detailed guide to welding in relation to farm work. 'Welding Helps for Farmers' was made possible by the personal reports of experiences in repairing and building farm machinery by welding. The experiences were related by farmers and by persons working with farmers, and were presented in papers entered into the 'Agricultural Award and Scholarship' program. Complete with clear and concise instructions, as well as being profusely illustrated with detailed drawings and diagrams, this timeless text will prove of much value to modern farmers, and constitutes a worthy addition to collections of farming or metalwork literature. The chapters of this book include: 'Purpose and Work of James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation', 'Farmers Quickly Become Welders', 'Arc Welding Whittle Metal', 'Equipment for Welding', 'Setting Up the Farm Workshop', 'Tips on Welding Methods', 'Repair Work with Arc Welder', 'Welder Salvages Broken and Worn Equipment', etcetera. We are proud to republish this antique text now complete with a new introduction on metal work.