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tracknet65 97233 84 Herbort ou Ploeger either
Herbort ou Ploeger
Voilà une vielle machine qui tombe en ruine sur le bord de
la route, est-ce une machine pour récolter le pois ou
haricots-vert??
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Herbort ne faisait-il pas ces propres machines...
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I am 100% sure that the machine on your picture is a machine
built by PLOEGER.<BR>
It is green bean harvester (not a pea harvester). It was one
of the first (perhaps the first?) SELF-PROPELLED types of
Ploeger bean harvesters<BR>
However, I did not know that PLOEGER worked with
HERBORT to build this type of machine.<BR>
In the 70s-early 80s, there were quite a lot of
these machines in Belgium, to harvest green beans for the
frozen vegetables industry.<BR>
Seeing these pictures brings up memories of these days...
when I was still young...<BR><BR>
If you go to <A HREF="www.ploeger.com">www.ploeger.com</A>,
and select <strong>ABOUT > HISTORY</strong>, you can see
this type of machine on the Shockwave movie as 'BP600'.<BR>
<BR>
Greetzz from Belgium, and thank you for this nice series of
photos (and all the photos you posted before).<BR>
;-)
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