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Hesston Combine
Hesston's parent company Fiat of Italy introduced a. conventional cylinder-type, self-propelled combine which, a company spokesman speculated, is the machine Hesston will probably market in the U.S. and Canada "if and when they decide to get into the combine business." Called the "Laverda" in Australia, it's available in two models, the largest of which is billed as "the biggest combine for big farming concerns". Its eight rasp cylinder is 1600 mm wide and 600 mm in dia. The 12 bar concave has separate front and rear operation from the operator's seat.


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1984 - Volume #8, Issue #1