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Heritage Iron Issue #33 - Digital Copy

Heritage Iron Issue #33 - Digital Copy

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Heritage Iron Issue #33 May/June 2014 - Digital Copy

Now available for digital download ONLY. 

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  • FEATURING: Case 930 Comfort King. During the 1960s, Case appeared to be in a world of hurt owing $178 million to 92 different banks. The future looked bleak for the longstanding company that had been part of the agricultural scene since the mid-1800s. But when the dust settled, the company survived along with an improved line of tractors known as the black stripe 30 Series. Feature tractor owner: Zachary Family - Ottawa, IL.
  • Around the Drawbar: Playground.
  • John Deere 7720 Combine: As farms continued to grow larger in the 1970s, Deere and Company realized their combine model line needed to grow with them. 
  • Machinery Milestones: The tractor scene from 30, 40, and 50 years ago.
  • Farming the Full Line: Allis-Chalmers 1985 Equipment Lineup. 2500 disk, Model 390 planter, Gleaner combines, and more.
  • The McConnell Company: Flying Under the Radar. If there is one company that lacks the notoriety that it deserves, it's the enterprises run by J. Ward McConnell, Jr., based in Kinston, NC. Potato planters, tractors, ladders, and jets are just a few items McConnell contributed to the industry. McConnell-Marc 1000 and 900, Massey-Ferguson 5200, and more.
  • Farmall-Land USA, located in Avoca, IA.
  • Museums: Farm Museums in Jacksonville Beach.
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