The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 6, 1965 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 6, 1965
Page 18
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Model E Gleaner with 13-foot header for 4 rows of soybeans. Model A" Gleaner with narrow 3-row corn head (30" centers). corn*<* for the big harvests. m* I -——•••^"^^•^'•^^••••^••m !•• * mum in •pnwwifl|fffr| ) g Regular or narrow row-the Gleaner completes your system When you've followed a careful crop management system from soil preparation and planting through the growing season, the crop deserves harvesting with one of the great Allis-Chalmers Gleaners! Gleaner capacity starts with its down- front cylinder design, which permits 13 feet of separating area—controlled separating that's at work where most combines are still just feeding. Your crop is controlled within %" of the cylinder, and across its entire width. With the new variable speed control you can quickly change cylinder speed for the crop condition. The Model E has 8', 10', 12' or 13' headers for beans or grain; changes in a jiffy to a 2-row corn combine. The Model AH offers 2- or 3-row corn heads, including the new narrow row model pictured. Headers come in 10', 12', 13', 14', or 16' widths as you choose! The giant Model C{[ field shells corn 4 rows at a time; harvests beans or grain with headers up to 24 feet wide! Which one best fits your crop plan? To complete your system right through harvest, talk to your Allis-Chalmers dealer about Gleaners—the combine folks have given a good name to! AUIS-CHALMERS.THi GLEANER PEOPLE . MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN

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