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Heritage Iron Issue #40 - Digital Copy

Heritage Iron Issue #40 - Digital Copy

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Heritage Iron Issue #40 Jul/Aug 2015 - Digital Copy

Now available for digital download ONLY. 

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  • FEATURING: Big Bud 525/50, Wathen's Montana Prairie Monster. For those enthusiasts unacquainted with the Big Bud tractor range, these machines were put into production in 1969 by the Northern Manufacturing Company of Havre, MT. Feature tractor owner: Chris Wathen - Evansville, IN. 
  • Hawk Bilt: Large Round Baler. Hawk Bilt was the first to produce a commercially available large round baler in the United States. It all began in 1968 at Vinton, IA, when Chief Engineer, John Bliss, was informed of the work being done at Iowa Stat University. 
  • Machinery Milestones: The tractor scene from 30, 40, and 50 years ago.
  • International Harvester 404 and 504. When IH introduced their new model 404 and 504 tractors in the early -1960s, having an LPG powered model was not a new novelty for the brand. 
  • Minneapolis-Moline 570 Customatic Combine. About 300 of the MM 570 combines were built in 1959. The 570 broke tradition with the MM Prairie Gold color and was offered in "Harvest Bronze." 
  • Around the Drawbar: Conflicting Thoughts About That Old Tractor. 
  • Mini Muscle: Lulich & Son Farm Toy Collection, Featuring Oliver and Minneapolis-Moline. 
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