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On 8/15/2018 at 8:01 AM, TroyDairy said:

I find it interesting here in the US we never seen self loading wagons.  In our area in the 50s-80s when most guys had 100a and 120 head they would of been very handy.  Guess we all had enough kids around to help withe silage and hay harvest....

Poettinger sells self loading wagons in North America but only there Silage version of them, the hay and green feed versions are only sold in Europe https://www.poettinger.at/en_us/Produkte/Kategorie/14/silage-loader-wagons 

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BUCHER potato digger, my grandfather had one of them they were a huge improvement of the potato diggers on the market at that time

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Fall coming on and soon will be time to check the anti-freeze in the engines. Better get a few cans of Prestone. From 1955. 

 

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Don’t forget to see the “big” Allis Chalmers and Gleaner combines at your nearest dealer for the fall harvest of you soybeans and sorghum. From 1956 51FBDFC0-5C04-4912-841A-B1CD2C50553B.thumb.jpeg.ba231ec4f2362dcfdb440843927cfed8.jpeg

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I remember anti freeze in cans but the most popular brand in the neighborhood were rectangular cans. But I don't remember the brand. 

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14 minutes ago, ray54 said:

I remember anti freeze in cans but the most popular brand in the neighborhood were rectangular cans. But I don't remember the brand. 

I've got a few of those metal anti freeze cans too. Prestone, also a genuine GM anti freeze can. Probably a few others I can't remember. I need to get them out for a picture one day. 

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Anybody got the 2018 Dupont classic tractor calendar? September tractor is the Canadian built Norseman. Pretty rare tractor apparently. I have this original ad in a Canadian Farm Equipment magazine in 1949. According to the calendar caption there were only 44 of these tractors built. I see there was a dealer in Sask. Wonder if they sold any here?

 

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1 hour ago, Loadstar said:

Anybody got the 2018 Dupont classic tractor calendar? September tractor is the Canadian built Norseman. Pretty rare tractor apparently. I have this original ad in a Canadian Farm Equipment magazine in 1949. According to the calendar caption there were only 44 of these tractors built. I see there was a dealer in Sask. Wonder if they sold any here?

 

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Antique power did an article on those.  I’ll have to look it up.  Seems like it was just another post WW II component tractor.

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There is a Norseman at Country Heritage Park in Milton, Ontario.

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1 hour ago, Big Bud guy said:

Antique power did an article on those.  I’ll have to look it up.  Seems like it was just another post WW II component tractor.

Yes, there was a real demand for tractors post WWII so there were a few unknown brands like this one popped up for a while. Many powered by the ubiquitous Chrysler flathead six industrial engine. 

 

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On 9/17/2018 at 11:37 AM, bakerg said:

There is a Norseman at Country Heritage Park in Milton, Ontario.

 

Good to see there is at least one survivor in Canada. Here is another odd name tractor that was likely a low production post war effort.  The Intercontinental from 1948 or 49. 

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ONce a proud Canadian farm equipment company. Massey Harris seen here in this 1951 ad. Probably a model 44 tractor pulling a forage harvester.

 

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Speaking of rare tractors here is one that is for sale in Switzerland its a Cultivac only 22 were ever made, there were two models one smaller and one large. Not counting the two prototypes that were made by the Schwarz brothers944160782_Cultivactraktor.thumb.jpg.0cb4a37ac15383629fa5087dc84d1c14.jpg2042491028_Cultivactraktor.jpg2.thumb.jpg.a75203aba26a304c1b557df86677cb3d.jpg916193142_Cultivactraktor.jpg3.thumb.jpg.e15b3f64d4dd693a1daf6e4f95c05289.jpg721010575_Cultivactraktor.jpg4.thumb.jpg.2ed56bd30c92d341021c855ead8b465f.jpg

 

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5 hours ago, U-C said:

Speaking of rare tractors here is one that is for sale in Switzerland its a Cultivac only 22 were ever made, there were two models one smaller and one large. Not counting the two prototypes that were made by the Schwarz brothers

 

A most unusual tractor . 

With the snow we have now maybe its time for a set of these Bombardier half tracks for the tractor? You'll recall the name Bombardier as it went on to introduce the "Ski_doo" line of snowmobiles in the 1960s. 

 

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8 hours ago, Loadstar said:

A most unusual tractor . 

With the snow we have now maybe its time for a set of these Bombardier half tracks for the tractor? You'll recall the name Bombardier as it went on to introduce the "Ski_doo" line of snowmobiles in the 1960s. 

 

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I wonder how similar to the Arps tracks the Bombadier ones are

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20 hours ago, Loadstar said:

A most unusual tractor . 

With the snow we have now maybe its time for a set of these Bombardier half tracks for the tractor? You'll recall the name Bombardier as it went on to introduce the "Ski_doo" line of snowmobiles in the 1960s. 

 

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That Cultivac tractor was made for Vegi growers other companies like FENDT made a different version which they discontinued in early 2000s. 

That's a awesome ad just to think companies today are offering that again a half tracked tractor.

 

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Not vintage yet but in a view years 

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On 8/27/2018 at 1:44 PM, Loadstar said:

Here is another corn related ad from 1954. An interesting Green Giant product called "Mexicorn" with red and green peppers. 

 

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Hot corn is kind of popular now with butter and cream cheese in it.

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On 9/22/2018 at 9:26 PM, Loadstar said:

ONce a proud Canadian farm equipment company. Massey Harris seen here in this 1951 ad. Probably a model 44 tractor pulling a forage harvester.

 

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I remember dad using a box like that when he was chopping corn in the late 70s . You unloaded it buy hooking cable o to another tractor and pull load out. 

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30 minutes ago, dale560 said:

I remember dad using a box like that when he was chopping corn in the late 70s . You unloaded it buy hooking cable o to another tractor and pull load out. 

Interesting. That type machinery was never used here so I know very little about it. Only what I read. 

Here is another likely low production , post war tractor from the Canadian Farm Equipment Dealer magazine. The Haas Atomic. A whopping 12.5 horsepower available. 

 

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FENDT GT mowing (the pic is from the Diesel Post Magazine)

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Here is a very rare Swiss made tractor made in the 1940s, Willy Lang made tractors from the early 30s at this time Doodle bug tractors (cars that had been converted into tractors) than from 1939 he started manufacturing his own frame and finale drives. Tractor production ended in 1952 a total of only 25 tractors were made. This one in the photo is the only one known to exist.

The tractor has a Plymouth engine in it

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