Many American magazines in the 19th and 20th centuries were aimed at farmers and ranchers, and rural people in general. At the time the rural population was a majority, and their work and cultural life was sufficiently different from that of the city dwellers that it made sense to publish magazines focused on these things. It made money, too; some of the magazines with the longest publishing history were Farm magazines.
  • American Agriculturist 18 photos American Agriculturist
  • Capper's Farmer 13 photos Capper's Farmer
  • Country Gentleman 153 photos Country Gentleman
  • Country Home 11 photos Country Home
  • Everybody's Poultry 1 photo Everybody's Poultry
  • Farm Journal 13 photos Farm Journal
  • Farm and Fireside 2 photos Farm and Fireside
  • Farm and Home 10 photos Farm and Home
  • Poultry Herald 4 photos Poultry Herald
  • Poultry Topics 4 photos Poultry Topics
  • Poultry Tribune 3 photos Poultry Tribune
  • Successful Farming 19 photos Successful Farming
  • Variety of Farm Magazines 4 photos Variety of Farm Magazines