The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 15, 1956 · Page 76
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 76

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Tuesday, May 15, 1956
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HereVwhv fr wiHiMiif YOU MCCORMICK N0.45 •AMERICA'S FAVORITE HAY BALER! Look «t tho rocord of the McCormick No. 45 baler in your own neighborhood! It's noted for uninterrupted feeding and big daily tonnage. IH-pioneered features like low-level pickup and floating auger helped earn this reputation. The many No. 45 balers still going strong after tying as many as 100,000 bales are proof of extra built-in strength. No wonder this twine-tying, pto-driven baler is the choice of more farmers and custom operators than all other family sized balers put together! This popularity makes possible volume production savings that are passed on to you. •olo non-stop In hoovy h«y with the twine-tying McCormick No. 45. This baler can be pto-driven with a 2-plow tractor. A mounted, air-cooled engine is also available. 1. Lonoor boto chamber makes neater, denser bales as heavy as 70 Ibs. You can hold desired density automatically with optional hydraulic regulator. 1. tolor •of»9uoro's like the needle break-away (shown), plunger stop, and flywheel shear bolt head off break-downs . . . avoid costly "down" ^ime -when you're 'busy. 4. low-level pickup, platform and wide-mouthed bale chamber opening reduce hay travel and handling to save more of the feed-rich leaves. "Pickup is 52 inches-wide. 4. Non-stop plungor slices each, charge . . . packs bales uniformly. It helps the No. 45 match tonnage with outfits claiming 30 to 50% greater capacity. Flooring auger adjusts to big or small windrows—automatically! It moves hay to packer fingers gently, positively. Adjustable packer fingers help you get uniformly dense bales in any crop. Simplified knottors have only 11 rugged parts—seldom need adjustment. You get firm twine ties, close to the bale, that stay tight! McCormick baler twin., of sisalana fiber, is backed by a written guarantee in every bale. It runs longer —9,000 feet per bale. It's stronger—325 Ibs. average tensile strength. SEE YOUR INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER DEAL.. International Hurv«tt«r products pay for th«m»«lv»» In «»•—McCormick Form Equipmtnt and f armall Tractor* ... Motor Trixki... Crowl«r and Utility Traclon and Pow«r Unit« — General Orfle«, Chicago 1, Hlinoit NEW LOWER DOWN PAYMENT * Your trade-In may moro than covor tho down payment! 3 FULL CROP YEARS TO PAY! Got America's most-wanted baler-NOW! Take advantage of new special liberal terms . . . put the money-saving, money-making McCormick No. 45 to work for you this spring! If you have as little as 2 days' baling a year— you can't afford to be without a No. 45! Ask your IH Dealer how a new McCormick baler can pay for itself in use under the flexible IH Income Purchase Plan. Call or come in TODAY!

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