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Products include: (1940) John Deere Tractors. You can farm more economically with our Two-Cylinder Tractors. Grove and Orchard, AO and BO. Standard Tread Tractors, D, AR and BR. General Purpose Tractors, G, A, AN, AW, AWH, ANH, B, BN, BW and BNH. There's a size and model for every farm, every crop, every purpose. (1959) Baler and Tractor. The 14-T is the family-sized twine-tie... the larger 214-T Twine-Tie makes denser, heavier bales... and the 214-W is perfect if you prefer wire or sell your hay. "Wherever Crops Grow, There's A Growing Demand For John Deere Farm Equipment." (1958) Picker-Sheller. The new 50 Sheller Attachment fits any John Deere 227 Two-Row Mounted Corn Picker. (1973) 7700 Combine. Gangestad brothers, John and Charles, farm near Eagle Grove and Clarion, Iowa. Each has his own acreage but they harvest together. Their John Deere 7700 Combine with 6-row corn head and 20-foot platform was delivered in July of 1972. (1959) Disk Harrow and Tractor. Disk Harrows take a firm hold of the job, whether making seedbeds; working in orchards, vineyards, or groves; cutting and mixing heavy grain stubble, or chopping stalks. (1973) John Deere 3800 Cutterhead. Paddlewheel-like j-knives move chopped material out of the cutterhead quickly; provide greater cutting efficiency plus increased capacity. They have been field-proven in our Self-Propelled Harvesters. (1955) Power Steering Tractors. America's First Family of Power Steering Tractors. 2 - 3 Plow "50". 3 - 4 Plow "60". New "70" Diesel. LP-Gas Models. Many Special Models. "60" and "70" Standards. (1973) John Deere 336 Baler. "The 336 with hydraulic ejector has about a third more capacity" Raymond Brewer and Harold Trappe, Postville, Iowa. "The smoothness of that hydraulic ejector is the reason we bought the 336" Doug Goodrich, New Richmond, Wisconsin. (1958) John Deere Drawn Plows. 2 to 6 bottoms with safety standards, twin tapered roller wheel bearings, and increased vertical clearance. And More!
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