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Heritage Iron Issue #31 - Digital Copy

Heritage Iron Issue #31 - Digital Copy

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Heritage Iron Issue #31 Jan/Feb 2014 - Digital Copy

Now available for digital download ONLY. 

**You MUST provide your email address to receive the digital file and download instructions. One download per purchase. No refunds or returns on digital items.

  • FEATURING: White 4-270.  Like others of the era, White Farm Equipment was clinging to life when TIC (Texas Investment Corporation) threw out a lifeline. Doing their best to keep interest up in farm equipment sales, they introduced their biggest tractor to date.  Feature tractor owners: Sauter Family - Tonika, IL.
  • More Horses than Iron: John Deere's Iron Horses Roar Into the Future. These John Deere "iron horses" are tough, battle tested, and still continue to play an integral part on today's farms. JD 4640 and 4840.
  • Farmall 1256: The New 1206. The replacement for the popular Model 1206 came along in 1967 with the new Model 1256. The 1256 had a number of improvements over its predecessor that made it more user friendly and just as reliable. 
  • Machinery Milestones: The tractor scene from 30, 40, and 50 years ago.
  • A Gleaner Celebration: A dedication, combine caravan, and city parade in Hesston, KS, mark 90 years of Gleaner combine history.
  • Mini Muscle: Rindfuss Farm's Passion for Red with John Rindfuss.
  • John Deere 6600 Sidehill Combine: The New Generation JD 6600 combine was a good-sized unit with a 44-inch wide threshing cylinder, 112-bu. grain tank, and an optional bin extension, which increased the hold capacity up to 147 bushels. 
  • Museums: Caterpillar Visitors Center and Museum - Peoria, IL. 
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