The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 13, 1956 · Page 81
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 81

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Tuesday, March 13, 1956
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Notice the spiral rails on the rim of this tractor rear wheel. Engine power matches tread with the row spacing. It is just, a matter of minutes until you •are cultivating. Here is another way that field work has been made easier and quicker, leaving more time for the farmer to enjoy his family and the good things of country living. This hydraulic platform for the tractor saves half the lifting normally required to get feed and fertilizer out in the field where it can be used. The platform also may be used to move service equipment, fuel oil, and milk cans. The low-bed trailer is popular for moving farm machinery. There was a time when a city man could almost recognize a farmer by the bruises on his knuckles. Now tractor hitches do not require a wrench to change from one implement to another. In fact, implement adjustments are made by hand cranks or turning buckles. This is another way that field work is made easier and faster. Time and energy are saved for other things. One way large tractors make field work easier is doing several jobs in one operation. Here seeding and fertilizing are done at the same time. Some people do two operations at the time of plowing, but usually the load on the tractor is too great for this. Often several seedbed preparation jobs can be done at one time. • •for TWINE-TIE FARM-SIZE TWINE OR WIRE BIG TONNAGE TWINE OR WIRE BIG BALE baling at its best Makes 14 x 18 biles up to 42 inches long, twine-tied to stay tied. Length and tension adjustable to give desired weight and density for easy handling, continued curing. Streamlined feeder head folds hay into chamber, slices it neatly with less power. Sturdy Case knotter seldom needs adjustment, cannot lose its timing. So .simple almost anybody can operate it... so low in cost most any farmer can afford it. Choice of PTO drive or air-cooled engine. Makes 14 x 18 bales, quickly adjustable for length. Double plunger first slices, then compresses hay . . . divides load and adds capacity. Tying units are mounted in sub-frame, isolated from distortion by bale-chamber pressure. Wire-lie model makes only one twist per wire, automatically "locked" against bale. No wire clippings. Ties snug, without wire-wasting slack. Simple to thread as twine model. PTO drive or 4-cylinder air-cooled engine. Makes 16 x 18 bales up to 45 inches long, tied to stay tied with wire or twine. Wire twist is strong as wire itself. Supremely simple tying mechanism. Parts are fewer, more wear resistant. Wire moves over low-friction rollers or hardened surfaces . . . stellite on twister. Hardened drive gears run in oil. Closed-drum pick-up has easily replaceable teeth, adjustable strippers, floating wind guard. Choice of PTO drive or air-cooled engine. New C«M "300" Tractmr with Trlpl- Range transmission has 12 forward gear speeds, 3 reverse, 1 \-l 10 20 MPH. Choice of engines for gasoline, LP-gas, distillate, diesel fuel. This is the low-profile Utility Model. Cos* Incanw Payment Won enables you to get crop-saving, moneysaving machines when you need them, pay at nrne* when your farming system has money coming in. Ask your Case dealer about this sensible, economical plan. For latest catalogs and folders, mark here or write in margin any sue •••ictor, any kind of machine that interests you. Send to J. I. ise Co., Oept. C-7O6. Racine, Wis. tra Case D "130" Farm-Size Baler D "Mil" Uig-Tonnage Haler Q "16O" Uig 16 x 18 baler O 3-Plow "300" Tractors D 4-Plow "400" Tractors D 5-Plow "500" Diesel How many acres do you farm?__ Are you a studem?_ Name Address.

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