When did we start to use tractors for agriculture?

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    In 1868, the first attempts to build and use steam tractors were tried. In 1892, John Froelich built the first gasoline tractor. By 1910-1915, gas tractors were beginning to be used for larger areas of farmland. More successful and lighter tractors began to show up in 1926, and by the 1930s, all purpose tractors and the machinery to go with it were being used by more and more people. By 1954, there were more tractors than horses and mules on Americans’ farms. Since then, tractors have only gone up in popularity and usefulness.

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