The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1950 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 4, 1950
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4*Alflona Upper Des Molnei Tu , April 4, 1950 I w 5 a* B i s 2 I IT tut I '•T i* 5 •r SI FARMER'S BARGAIN COLUMN o — o Stock No. 496, Oliver Model 2 Power takeoff Combine with pickup and Scour Kleen __________________ 575.00 Stock No. 461, 3-14 Stock No. 497, John Spreader, good shape IHC Plow 125.00 Deere 95.00 Stock No. 411, Cross Cyl. corn sheller A-1 cond ----- 75.00 Stock No. 427, J.D. A tractor & Cult _____________ 895.00 Stock No. 429, Woods Bros. 1949 1-row picker __ 750.00 Stock No. 430, J. D. 1946 Field Forage Harvester ____ 775.00 Stock No. 432, Oliver Std. RC tractor on rub w/cult 325.00 Stock No. 437, J.D. 1939 25 2- row picker -------- 375.00 Stock No. 438, Litchfield Spdr ------- , ---------- 27.50 Stock No. 444, 6-1 V Spring tooth w/bar ______ 55.00 Stock No. 451, J.D. 2-16 plow on rubber --------- 115.00 Stock No. 731, IHC Mtd. 2-row planter for H or M... $165.00 Stock No. 779, Vulcan Stalk Cutter ____________ 65.00 Stock No. 147, Oliver rub. tired horse mower ______ 55.00 Stock No. 154, M.H. 7-ft. pickup attm., like new ___ 65.00 Stock No. 163, 2-16 IHC plow, new raydex bottoms 160.00 Stock No. 174, J.D. 3-14 plow ------------- 95.00 Stock No. 184, J.D. No. 25 2-row mtd picker _________ 250.00 Stock No. 205, IHC 2-14 plow -------------- 45.00 Stock No. 215, Hamilton 8-ft. fert. tpdr on steel ____ 65.00 Stock No. 242, AC 2-14 plow ------------- 75.00 Stock No. 25 f, IHC 10-20 tractor, runs good ______ 85.00 Stock No. 272-A, IHC Cult for F12 -------------- 50.00 Stock No. 288, JD baler with motor ____________ 200.00 Stock No. 300, Moore's Stalk Cutter ------------ 195.00 Stock No. 317, J.D. 2-14 plow ------------ 60.00 Stock No. 326, Papec ensilage cutter 35' pipe, excel. 185.00 Stock No. 335, IHC 22B picker for F30 or F20 ______ 275.00 Stock No. 336, Minn, hay loader ----------------- 35.00 Stock No. 378, Oliver No. 109 adj 2-14 plow _____ 95.00 Stock No. 424, AC 1942 model "40" combine, PU and Straw Spdr. ------------ 375.00 Stock No. 383, J.D. spdr on ' steel --------------- 50.00 Stock No. 389, M.H. 1949 2-row cult fits 30 & 44 ______ 150.00 Stock No. 390, Graham-Hoeme 8' plow on rubber ___ 250.00 Stock No. 393, No. 20 vuican landroller, new _____ 300.00 Stock No. 394, Huber 7' combine, motor, PU, & SK 650.00 Stock No. 403, J.D. 8' binder, swather _. _________ 60.00 It's Going to Be a Big Forage Due to Corn Allotments, A Good Many More Acres Will Be Put Into Forage Crops This Year . . . The Farmers With the Right Equipment to Harvest For age Crops Efficiently and Quickly Will Get the Job Done At the Right Time in Less Time... and Will End Up With A Greater Profit Showing. attVP * * This is FORAGE HARVESTER" " and I Have No Desire To Make a Change" Says GERALD FRANKL Kossuth County Farmer With rew^rop Everybody who sees the Oehl operate acclaims its superior performance and greater value. Like those famous Gehl feed cutters and silo fillers used since the first silos came, Oehl Forage Harvester has a cutting mechanism that REALLY CUTS. It puts up silage and hay clean, uniform and fast. A Mechanism That .REALLY CUTS With Row-Crop Attachment... Makes great savings In filling silos . . . and makes silage that pack** well and keeps well. With Pick-up For Hay ... It does a swell job on windrowed hay or combined straw. Our GEHL FORAGE HARVESTER "Enables Us To Fill A 14x50 Foot Silo in o Good Day" . . . Gerald Frankl farms 540 acres in Irvington township, and has fed chopped hay for the past fifteen years. He has forty head of Holstein heifers at present, and shipped 40 head to New York State last year. He hopes to be milking 50 cows within the next year. He has a herd of whiieface* calving now. Aside from its benefits to cattle, and Us great toeed and efficiency in tilling silos, the Gehl Forage Harvester has other good uses as well, according to Gerald Frankl. In raising 400 head of hogs, he found chopped hay most convenient as a feed, and prepared it by grinding hay and grain together. Only one grinding was necessary. The per day production capacity of this machine is very satisfactory, according to Gerald Frankl. to the GEHL FORAGE HARVESTER Find out v/hy farmers are switching to the Gehl ... the Forage Harvester made by •xperienced speciclists in forage machinery. Ifs because it makes better corn silage .... better hay ... . , fatter and cheaper. The famous cutting mechanism, used on Gehl feed cut- tsrs and silo fillers sinca early silo days, makes the Gehl Forage Harvester REALLY CUT ... clean, uniform and fast. With row-crop attachment, it cuts standing corn, chops and drops it into wagon. Saves time, men and monty. On* man operate* ft. Makes silage that packs well and keeps well. Separate blower sends the forage to silo or any part of mow. With hay pick-up, it does a swell job on windrewed hay or combined straw. Equipped with own engine or with power take-off. , "We Did All This With One GEHL Forage Harvester" and Ifs Still Going Strong Says Gerald Frankl In 1947- We chopped 150 tons of dry cured hay with this machine and tilled eleven silos. In 1948— We chopped 150 ion* of hay and filled 22 silos with corn, uclng ibis Gehl Forage Harvester. In T949— We filled one SO ft. itlo with red clover (green) thai was processed wiih ihls machine, and we found it rery satisfactory- I am safe in saying lhai ihis proved to be as good silage ior feeding as we have ever experienced. We also chopped 100 ions of drr bar and filled 11 silos. We did all of the above with on* Oehl machine and to date we have had very little repair—almost negligible. We hope to use ihis Gehl machine fpr several more years. This b my SAOoiU CJ*hl and I have no desire to GEHL FORAGE HARVESTERS Pictured above is one of the Urge silos on the Frankl farm thai u Oiled with the Gehl Forage Harvester. Here is a portion of the Frankl herd being fed direct from the tilo. That's Gerald Frankl dishing it out in the feed bunk. Gerald Frankl Joe Berte Ben BUM A. Banwart Droessler Bros. Alfred Meyer Grethen & Berkland Ben Wessefman Herbert Jensen Floyd Bode Union Constr. Co. M. P. Burlingame Paul Inman George Steen Frank Rotterman by BRADLEY BROS. Algona Bode West Bend Bancroft Whittemore Titonka Buffalo Center Algona Algona Afgona Bancroft Ledyard 7.9-47 3-L47 12-29.48 12-24w|8 9.7*48 8*12.48 8-12-48 9-3-48 8-2-48 8-20-48 7.6*48 6-24-48 6-9-48 3-28-49 1950 it I v\'!.\o\v Customer 9 Soon Becomes -Au Old Friend 9 at BRADL

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