The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1957 · Page 34
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 34

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Thursday, May 16, 1957
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DAFFODIL DELIGHTS By J. H. Staby STEPPING OUT By Howard Frisbee OPENING DAY By Jeffrey Wrolstad EASY DOES IT! By John Jeter Look at NSJE I&£* before you buy This U on* of NIW IDIA'S now tortvro tosts. Strain gage recording equipment mounted in truck accompanies new No. 400 rake. 250 round trips over this track subject the rake structure to the stresses and strains encountered in about 2500 acres of heavy raking. This supplements actual on-farm tests. New at NSH l££* ... Pull-type Parallel bar rake makes finest hay Cuts raking time in half, with uniform, fluffy windrows There's something new at NEW IDEA—in rakes, too. It pays to look at NEW IDEA before you buy because you'll find one new idea after another. To help you make better quality hay, NEW IDEA engineers have designed a truly advanced new 8-foot pull-type parallel bar rake that fits all tractors. Quality hay in half the time. Handles hay gently, making uniform, fluffy windrows. Basket tilts to vary fluffiness of windrow. Makes unbroken windrows on corners so that balers and forage harvesters can operate with uninterrupted feed. Positive ground drive, with constant ratio between reel speed and forward travel, gives minimum leaf shattering plus unusually clean raking. New convenience. Exclusive single crank (standard equipment), operated from tractor seat, controls transport lift and operating height. Basket is levelled by a simple adjustment; a crank attachment, driver operated, is available as an extra. Torture proved, farm proved. This new rake has been developed on the NEW IDEA torture track to provide longest life. And on-farm tested for finest field performance. Get all the fact* on NEW IDEA rakes. There's a NEW IDEA rake to fit your needs. Ask your dealer; or write today for literature. Mounted parallel bar rake. Fits many tractors, rakes full 8- foot swath. Low wheel side rake and tedder. Rubber tired for easier handling. Rakes or teds. Lowest cost NIW lot* rake and ted* der. High wheeled, handles hay gently. » »AMMOUIM»|NT C0,, •'»'•>«• Depl. 182, Coldwater, Ohio P/«ue lend me the following FREE literature: D Pull-type parallel bar rake D Pull-type r*ke* and tedders Mounted parallel bar rake D Booklet—Tried and New Ideas (or Making Hay Addrew Town.

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