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Tractorguy 463515 342 Ag Progress Days, Pennsylvania either
Ag Progress Days, Pennsylvania
I'm not sure what this machine does. Can anyone tell me?
Is it a grass seed harvester maybe?
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Machine to take out caked litter in Poultry Houses
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Kubota ATV with Tracks
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Part of New Holland Exhibit
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McCormick Tractors
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MF 7480 and 8480 tractors
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C-IH 245 Magnum
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AGCO RT155
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JCB 8250
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Yes there were some green tractors there too :-D
JD 6415 and 5625
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Fendt 933
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NH T7050
Last picture for now
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Die 936 het gewicht vanvoor in de fronthef is net een vlieg ten opzichte van de trekker
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It's a 2 row maize harvester but it's obviously intended for something else. You wouldn't want to go over a bump with that roughnut cable setup or the tractor could have a sore head. :-\
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Nice Kubota :-)
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the first picture is a 2row corn chopper. it is used to chop test fields for new brands of corn, so the can see and test the results on yielding and what is in the corn, great photos !
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great photo's, it's to bad you don't see very much pictures of farm shows in your continent:-(
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Good photos. On the JD6415, it is interesting to note the difference in the front light cluster and also the position of the indicators and I also noted that there are no rear mud guard extensions. Are these built in the US or somewhere else to a different spec? What are they like inside the cab?
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Very nice photos, some interesting machines there :-)
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Thanks Geoff Hoving. I thought that machine must be used for testing something. I should have known by the front part that it was for corn.

To John Deere Dingle - Sorry I didn't look inside the cab to see what it was like and I don't know where they were manufactured.
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No problem.;-)
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no problem ;-) now you now what it is used for :-D
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Jon Deere Dingle wrote:
Good photos. On the JD6415, it is interesting to note the difference in the front light cluster and also the position of the indicators and I also noted that there are no rear mud guard extensions. Are these built in the US or somewhere else to a different spec? What are they like inside the cab?


These are so called SE models, there are built in Germany. Just like the normal John Deeres. But these are cheaper, because there's less luxury.
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@A Hoffman: Good series. Thanks for sharing. Like Gerbert says, I wish we saw more pix from north american shows...
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Nice photos A Hoffman!

I am sure that there had to be more than two John Deere tractors at this show.
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