> Does anyone have a source on small grain combines ? I'm not refering to
> a thresher!
> McCormick used to make one. I have heard there are some that you can
> pull behind a
All of the american farm equipment companies built these back in the 30's
and 40's. There were many sold. A lot of these are still stored in barns
and sheds. They are of some interest to tractor colectors, most of whom
live on small farms and use them.
They are usually sold for only a few hundred dollars because they are
hard to move long distances and must have a shed to live in or they
deteriorate. Owning one and keeping it running is a commitment
The Allis Chalmers Model 66 was a popular machine:
I suggest you look around in your area, maybe run a wanted ad in a few
Tom Armstrong firstname.lastname@example.org Sequera Ranch s.1892 San Gregorio, CA
Barnyard Technology--- Ideas for tomorrow -> from yesterday's scrap.
4th -> 5(+6)th gen. on family farm. Can Ag Sustain?
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