The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 13, 1956 · Page 31
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 31

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Tuesday, March 13, 1956
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3 5*i • O *-i n> ,_. TO fD — ^'" —-ft £; 0 ' BATTER UP! By Bob Taylor COVERED BRIDGE By Henry Bademaker OUT TO PASTURE ByEvaLuoma Another Vears-Ahead- FIRST BY FERGUSON A-Way Work, Control on the FERGUSON 35 How Ferguson Variable-Drive PTO Provides i ' Both Ground Speed and Engine Speed Drive • At last! One tractor that lets you operate PTO- driven implements aF either ground speed of engine speed, depending upon the need. Simply move the lever to "Ground" PTO and you're ready to do a perfect raking job ... distribute seed or fertilizer evenly in direct ratio to ground covered—because the PTO shaft will always revolve the same number of times per foot of forward travel, regardless of tractor speed. • ' Or you can select "Engine" PTO and the shaft rotates in ratio to engine speed for such jobs as harvesting,- mowing, belt work. It's that simple. IPs that conaenimt! And, in addition, you get those other 4-Way Work Control features that have come to' mean so much to Ferguson owners: Quadra- malic Control, Dual-Range Transmission; and "2-Stage" Clutching—all designed] to help you farm more, work less. Ferguson • Dealers have had years of experience in sales and service of the original Ferguson System. Catt your local Dealer today for a demonstration of the Ferguson "35" .. . and fed the difference on your day-today jobs. Ferguson, Racine, Wisconsin. FOR HARVESTING you'll use the power take-off that's driven directly from the engine. SEEDING-FERTIUZING utilizes "ground" driva for even distribution at uniform rate. FOR RAKING, put the PTO shift In "ground" position foi rake action in ratio to forward travel. I! 4 * I!

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