The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 13, 1956 · Page 90
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 90

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Tuesday, March 13, 1956
Page 90
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MINNEAPOLIS MOLINE MODERN MACHINERY *$$&$v ^Hj&^ Modern farming has gone piggy-back, so This Farm Fleet has a -Man Crew! Motomation has reached the farm! With a Minneapolis-Moline Uni-Farmor, you command a self-propelled squadron of machines that lets you harvest virtually every crop you grow and you do it from a single power source. You cut hay with the Uni-Wind- rower, bale hay with the new Uni-Balor. You turn hay or row crops into silag* with the Um-Foragor. You harvest grain, bean, or seed crops with the ?i!^ an ?? to « ; . *? lck com with the Uni-Huskor or pick and shell your corn with the Uni-Picker-Sheller. And, all SIX Uni-Farmor machines mount on the same Uni-Tractor. One man runs them all! Only Minneapolis-Moline builds the Uni-Farmor. It is another of the outstanding engineering achievements that have given this 131-year-old company idea leadership in the farm machinery industry. The Uni-Farmor is one more reason why thousands of American Farmer-Businessmen look first to MM for machines to make farming pay a better profit. It is on this firm rock of acceptance and trust that MM builds for American Agriculture. INNEAPOLIS-MOLINE MINNEAPOLIS 1, MINNESOTA NEW UNI-TRACTOR OFFERS NEW POWER ... NiW HANDLING EASE! M% MORI POWMI Powerful n.w Msh-cempressier* V-4 engine giv.t y*« • M f boost In work capacit y NiW POWM STIIRINOI Steer wild hydraulic power a* standard equipment. WINNtK,.. AND STILL CHAMPION I In tha ItM IntornjNenal Mechanical Corn Picki , pta«od Is*,Jiid,and ird. Nawjn Musker proved Ms Champienshlp by taking 1 st Prisa ' to SILF-FtOPILlID VISIilllTYl Putt you on top of ovory job. NIW UNI-V DRIVE! Tho ttrongth and simplicity of flat boHs . , , tho spood and grip of V-bolts. UNI-MATIC HYDRAUUC CON- J5OM Pingor^tip handling of all Unl-formor machines. "ACKI AVAKAHII On now crawler track* offor sure traction where wheels can't g».

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