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32 minutes ago, R190 said:

That spreader looks like  it could be the one manufactured by SCHULTZ out of Iowa  we sold them under the Schultz name in the 60s and 70s  the tandem was ridged  just 2 axles bolted solid to the frame. That one was the fancy one ,box extensions ,upper beater attachment and tandems , maybe was rated ate 175 bu or so I don't remember what the extensions added. As our neighbor was a Moline dealer we have seen a few around here.

My dad got this from a neighbor . His in laws had it . He gave it to dad for hauling a couple tractors home. This one was to fit through our barn doors. Instead of carrying pen pack to doors.

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9 hours ago, Loadstar said:

Here is was more pre working with a cultivator and then come back next day with the drills. Multiple press drill hook up from 1971 in this ad. 

 

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We ALWAYS had duals on the drill tractor, even on something small like a Super M. Used to have like a 2x3 with a chain on each end dangling on the ground on the front of the tractor to drive by.

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Seeders in Australia mostly had a row of cultivator tynes in front of the seeding tynes and another row of cultivating tynes behind the seeding ones.

Up until air seeders came in this arrangement was common and provided some weed kill at the same time as sowing the crop.

These seeders were referred to as "combines" in Australia. Not sure if it meant combining some cultivation with seeding or combining seed and fertiliser together as they were put into the ground.

We have now caught up and combines are the big expensive machines for harvesting crops.

Photo of an Australian made IH986 and Shearer combine and an ad for a IH Australian made combine from 1960s.

 

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IH Drill.jpg

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A Cockshutt (Oliver) two wheel drive and a Minneapolis 4 wheel drive after they were under ownership of White Farm Equipment. About 1970 brochure. 

 

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One of the early rotary combines from New Holland was the TR70 as seen in this 1978 brochure. 

 

 

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1 hour ago, Loadstar said:

One of the early rotary combines from New Holland was the TR70 as seen in this 1978 brochure. 

 

 

78 NH TR70 Rotate.jpg

Awesome to see that, have you seen the cartoon New Holland made for the TR?

 

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1 hour ago, 40FarmallM said:

We had one, it doesn't matter who came up with the idea they were a nightmare!

Surprisingly there are still a few of them that work here. My brother worked at a New Holland dealership so he learned a lot about the workings of the TR machines. 

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I’ve seen part of that cartoon before on YouTube kinda entertaining to watch 

Here’s another New Holland ad from 1980 on the TR-75,85, and 95 

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FAHR Hay Tedder, FAHR Maschinenfabrik in Gottmadigen Germany was the first company in the world that manufactured the star hay tedders but a farmer invented it.5ab2edc2d8087_FAHRKH.thumb.jpg.e6de00c39355b23267b4332df161cfdf.jpg5ab2ee10e71f5_KH002(1).thumb.jpg.bdb4ee0aa8cfcf5e9652c6fbfeb5abac.jpg

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Hürlimann D 115 brochure. This tractor has front axle suspension and was a very well made tractor later D 115 tractors.

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the side pully that is visiable is used to power the sickle bar mower or the power harrow

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