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What's the difference between IH E tractors and V tractors?

Is that a one-legged milking stool? 

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I never used one, but I thought it was hard enough milking a cow without riding a unicycle at the same time.

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I think one legged stools where common for milking here. But I don't really know by 1960 when I can say more for sure it was not that common anymore. But the one my dad used was a 4x4 with a 2x4 on top to sit on ,one legged. The dirt floor where he milked the house cow was not level, so that may have been a influence on what type stool was used. 

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12 hours ago, ray54 said:

I think one legged stools where common for milking here. But I don't really know by 1960 when I can say more for sure it was not that common anymore. But the one my dad used was a 4x4 with a 2x4 on top to sit on ,one legged. The dirt floor where he milked the house cow was not level, so that may have been a influence on what type stool was used. 

Cement floors in the barn I milked cows for years. I used a 5 gallon herbicide bucket as a handy milking stool. Probably not the best choice but it worked. 

And here is a vintage ad from April of 1938 featuring an Oliver 80 tractor. 

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French advertisement from 1987

Written on advertising

 "under this chute some put a combine harvester others a CASE IH "
A matter of principle !

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The well dressed working man on the farm back in 1944 was wearing GWG coveralls.  

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I know it has been posted before but I can't find it ...
So back by popular demand
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Here is my 1972 IH Summer-Fall buyers guide?

 

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In 1975, it was replaced by the 533 SA whose presentation is more in line with the IH line.

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