CASE IH Corn Harvesting History 1960-2020

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    In this video Big Tractor Power spends time out in the field with 6 decades of Case IH Corn Harvesting History. Viewers will see Case IH brand corn harvesters from the 1960's, 1970's, 1980's, 1990's, 200's and 2010's.
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    IH 856 Tractor & 234 Corn Sheller
    IH 815 Combine
    IH 1440 Axial-Flow Combine
    Case IH 2188 Axial-Flow Combine
    Case IH 2588 Axial-Flow Combine
    Case IH 6150 Axial-Flow Combine
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Rollo Tomasi
Rollo Tomasi

I'm almost 50. My grandfather's farm had a 560 on it, and a 706. The 706 showed up when my dad was in high school. It was the latest and greatest, and he could plow at a high speed. Loved it. The 560 was used for planting and jobs like that. We sold the 706, but the 560 is still around because it's drawbar can actually push down hydraulically rather than just gravity lowering. That makes it useful for many things around the farm! I think it's a 1958 or so.

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Alan Caron
Alan Caron

This type of farming left a lot of cover for animals. Besides being cheaper than the damn modern combine monstrosities, it seems humane from a wildlife point of view.

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Cristi Burca
Cristi Burca

My favourite 2188!

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bigtractorpower
bigtractorpower

😁👍

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Marty Hitchcock
Marty Hitchcock

Great video!

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Mark Smith
Mark Smith

Mostly this equipment explains why old farmers can't hear.

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charles gross
charles gross

Man that brought back some memories lol, we had 2 815 combines back in the day. One was a gas and one was diesel. The gas one was a bit scary to run when it was really dry lol

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Mickey
Mickey

Red in the shed

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bigtractorpower
bigtractorpower

👍👍

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CH67guy1
CH67guy1

Heck, in 1975 my grandfather insisted that the corn on our farm be picked BY HAND. He was in his late 80s at that time. But the next year, and I believe my grandfather died before we picked corn again, my dad bought a used single row corn picker and, at that time, it seemed like such a luxury to have the machine do the work. Wow! Fast forward to today and our corn gets picked by a machine that picks several rows at once, with an air conditioned cab!!!

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bigtractorpower
bigtractorpower

Very interesting. Neat history.

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Lee Christianson
Lee Christianson

First one I ever had of my own was a M234 picker/sheller mounted on my 560D... Not a bad machine, that..

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Brian Eisenga
Brian Eisenga

I remember using our 706 with a picker. Ours was a wide front instead of trike. My brother rolled it trying to chase cows that were running down the road. When he hit the brakes that weren't locked together. Just missed his foot with the fender when rolling. Replacement tractor was a 1066 with a cab.

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Kevin Sills
Kevin Sills

You talk about case IH in this video it's not case IH it's international when it starts out

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bigtractorpower
bigtractorpower

International is part of Case IH’s history.

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Jay Young
Jay Young

Why leave out the 50's? Would like to have seen the older equipment.

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dewi williams
dewi williams

Respect your dedication

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bigtractorpower
bigtractorpower

I have not filmed a 1950’s IH harvesting corn. I would like to if I can find one.

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ih1206
ih1206

Dad always talks about the legendary 203 combine. He swears that was the best combine he ever owned until he bought the 6620 we have currently. When then 715 was a fairly new machine, him and my uncle got the bank talked into loaning them money to purchase a 715, hoping to be able to move faster and be more efficient. That’s been almost 50 years ago and I still hear about how much he hated that 715. Kinda funny to hear the stories about what guys liked and disliked for farm equipment lol.

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Somers Farm
Somers Farm

Nice video, going thru 60's till now with the old IH's to the CaseIH combines. Whoever owns that 815 has kept it in great shape, if thats the original paint on it. I forget what the issue was, but the 815's had some issues back in the day, but the 615, 715 and 915's were excellent combines. My ex-inlaws, use to have a 715, and they had several yrs, before upgrading to a used 1680, but that 715 was still going strong when they decided to get a newer and bigger combine. You cant beat a old IH combine, and now the CaseIH combines, I wouldnt have nothing else.

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Ed Reisinger
Ed Reisinger

@Somers Farm I never had any engine problems with the 414s. A neighbor had two gas 815s that both burned up in the field

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Somers Farm
Somers Farm

@Ed Reisinger Thanks, I remember the 815's having some issues, but I just couldnt remember what it was. I was thinking it had something to do with the engine, for some reason, so thanks for the information.

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Ed Reisinger
Ed Reisinger

Part of the problem with the 815 and sometimes the 915 was that the clean grain elevator couldn't get grain out of the bottom of the sieves fast enough in heavy crops. Then the grain would back flow into the channels where the fan blew air into the sieves. That problem could be solved by speeding up the clean grain elevator with some ordinary weld together sprockets. The other main problem was having the straw chopper clear up in the tail of the combine. Sometimes straw would bridge over the chopper or the chopper drive belt would break. If you didnt catch it right away, straw would build up and could bend your straw walkers or even the walker crankshafts.

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Jacob Benteman
Jacob Benteman

Seems like the corn gets bigger and taller as the video goes too! Our farm had a 1460 for many years when I was a kid. Dad got a 2166 around the early 2000’s and then a 2577 about 3 years ago. All great machines

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Ryan Katz
Ryan Katz

Alot of cool equipment, idk how some of the farmers harvest corn without a grain cart with some of these big combine

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Ryan Hulshizer
Ryan Hulshizer

My earliest memories of my childhood in the 1980's are with the 815 combine. Just watching this video takes me back to riding with my dearly departed grandfather and uncles while picking corn. That was a machine ahead of it's time, had power adjust seat, hydrostat, etc. Great memories.

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Simon KL 11
Simon KL 11

Great to see the red combines trough the years👍😉 Awesome😁👍

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Joe Husnik
Joe Husnik

That 815 is moving rite along in great condition also 👍👍

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IH 1466
IH 1466

Case international 1688 group up with one and there’s one down the road from me

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Koen Marist
Koen Marist

Very very nice jason

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Mai Mclean
Mai Mclean

Thank you for this ! Just to remind us all OLD REACTORS still worked just needs some TLC!.. Lots to be said for elderly . 😆

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Military Museum
Military Museum

There is IHC and there is Case International. Please let’s not confuse this as being the same. I hope I’m still alive to see a 60 year old Case/International working like an 60 year old Original IHC machine! My favorite combine was the 403 and 915.

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David Schlecht
David Schlecht

Great to see a mini chapter of corn harvest in the RED line Go RED POWER!!

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Drew6709
Drew6709

Were the tin sheets that covered the rear axle factory on the 70's 815's?

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Ed Reisinger
Ed Reisinger

They had a heavier steel pan that attached to the shoe with a rubber strip originally. It was supposed to keep the chaff from building up on the axle. Without something there the trash would stack up and then start to build up on the sieve

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Ridin' Green
Ridin' Green

Things sure have changed in just 60 short years.

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Remmie Max
Remmie Max

😎😎👍Old Iron and going from old Iron to today Iron a great walk down memory lane!!!!!

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PIPER DOUG
PIPER DOUG

Sorry if this is a moot point but have you ever done a cover of the pull-type combines? still i viable option for a small outfit today, even a cattle guy wanting to put up some feed grains.

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Miguel Ángel Valderrama
Miguel Ángel Valderrama

I liked the small INTERNATIONAL 815 and the green big tractor with 8 wheels which i couldn't watch the brand 🚜

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G W
G W

Dad used to let me ride in the wagon when I was about six. He had a tractor mounted picker on a John Deere A. He would have been 107 today (9/13/20).

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G W
G W

Mai Mclean The best thing is, as I sit in my easy chair, I’m looking at the field it happened in. I still own it. I farmed it up until 2002.

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Mai Mclean
Mai Mclean

G W. What's a great memories with your Dad. Good times or Bad about growing up on the FARM people's well always Remember! I'm so glad you have your!😂

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paulo francisco
paulo francisco

👏👏👍👍👍🚜🚜🚜

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mrour canada
mrour canada

That was really cool seeing all those combines my favourite would be the open station one that’s just really bad ass

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Brad Roon
Brad Roon

To actually feel like a history I think comparisons of capability and function would have helped me. This one picked corn in X years, this one shelled it, etc

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Kyle Kenan
Kyle Kenan

The 815 and 2188 are probbly the fastest I've ever seen corn being harvested.

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Tom N
Tom N

Great idea to follow the equipment progression. We used to have a 1947 Farmall model H with a 2 corn row picker - I can relate to the footage. Great job.

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Alex Firdog
Alex Firdog

It would be really cool if you did a video on the history of the axial flow and rotary design and how it changed the entire combine market! Not sure if you've done it already but your style of video would lend itself well to the subject I feel like 👍

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Robert Schoenborn
Robert Schoenborn

Love the old red's. Hard to believe that's how they harvest corn must have took them awhile good video 😉👍👍👍👍👍

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Hugh Whaley
Hugh Whaley

I have a 1420 axle flow dose the job for me 🌽👍

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Bernie Schoep
Bernie Schoep

you forgot a 715 and 915 combine. it was a great video . should do one on new idea and gleaner and john deere in the future.

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Kyle Kenan
Kyle Kenan

Tractor mounted, pull type and unis would be cool to see.

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Custom 47
Custom 47

Nice vid

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eagletown
eagletown

My grandpa used a 1440.

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Gary West
Gary West

Great clips B T P. You have quite the collection. Thanks.

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Gary West
Gary West

bigtractorpower Look forward to them. Thanks for all your hard work..

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bigtractorpower
bigtractorpower

I like getting a chance to dig through the archives to share the way different machines relate to each other. I think I can do a similar John Deere and Allis-Chalmers/AGCO video.

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Billy Scruggs
Billy Scruggs

USE TO HAVE A 915 combine,then had a 1440.,Good combines.

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bigtractorpower
bigtractorpower

Very cool. I hope to get a chance to film a 915 sometime.

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caseman D csd
caseman D csd

Where's j i case company of harvesting?

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bigtractorpower
bigtractorpower

I have a video of a Case 960 harvesting corn. I will work it in a combine video sometime.

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Chad Simmons
Chad Simmons

These big machines depend on a tiny computer, not the farmer to control them, bad idea!

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Jones Gaming
Jones Gaming

@bigtractortime your videos are really awesome btw I watch them when I’m bored

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Marshal Crouch
Marshal Crouch

Ive ran a 1440 good machine. COMBINED A LOT OF BARLEY, NOT MUCH CORN

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Scruffy 61
Scruffy 61

Ran a 815 with 20' straight cut head in wheat in North Dakota back in the early 80's. Ran a open station International with a pickup head in oat's in Wisconsin in 1977. Do not remember the model number all i remember is the paint was all faded.

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Neil doe
Neil doe

So, the more farming videos I watch. The more questions I have about it lol. Main one atm...ive heard that most corn that's grown isn't actually edible in its natural state. That it's the corn used to make l sorts of stuff. So I'm wondering what corn is it that we do eat? Is that the corn they call sweet corn?

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Neil doe
Neil doe

@Dwight L thank you sir.

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Dwight L
Dwight L

Sweet corn is the corn that you find in the cans and frozen in the supermarkets. Eating "corn on the cob" is also sweet corn.

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Neil doe
Neil doe

Wow neither one of those even came close to what I asked.. This clearly wasn't the place for that question.

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Mike Heister
Mike Heister

They keep getting bigger combines

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zinderkugel us
zinderkugel us

THIS CORN IS EDIBLE ITS JUST NOT AS TASTY AS SWEET CORN , BUT IT USED TO BE EATEN . NOW ITS MOSTLY FED TO COWS , PIGS , AND LIVESTOCK IN GENERAL.

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Brad Jenkins
Brad Jenkins

I had a Farmall 450 with a 234 mounted picker/ sheller.

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Greg Gergen
Greg Gergen

I believe that the tractor-mounted International 234 picker/sheller was faster than the Massey Ferguson 205 combine we had.

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Matthew Taliaferro
Matthew Taliaferro

What do they do with the corn cobs when they aren’t shelled

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O’Neal Farms
O’Neal Farms

Love picking corn

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Brad Olsen
Brad Olsen

I always enjoy your videos but you continue to overlook the one question I’ve been asking you do you see in the future 1000 bushel combines being constructed and used what are your thoughts

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Brad Olsen
Brad Olsen

Purple Monkey Dishwasher Do you think that’s even a possibility

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Purple Monkey Dishwasher
Purple Monkey Dishwasher

https://tribine.com/ Has a 1000 bushel combine.

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Shaun Ault
Shaun Ault

great video

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John Mahathy
John Mahathy

My late grampaw would see them machines out there in the corn field and he would say " Pickin' and Shuckin' boy Pickin' and Shuckin'.

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Jeremy Swindell
Jeremy Swindell

Awsome footage! Glad to see them out there! Thanks

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Ron Patterson
Ron Patterson

It’s just amazing how fast technology has moved along, as we watch these great machines, it great reminder of how life was so much simpler & life seemed so much better. I Remember pulling 2 grain wagons with open cab 1466, enjoying beautiful sunny cool fall days, hearing dryer running & great smell of corn drying in air!!!

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Onion Friend
Onion Friend

I love the 1440 model combine. So many good memories of those machines. Half the farmers in my neighborhood ran 1440s

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James Tyree II
James Tyree II

Case IH 2188 and 2388

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jake2213b
jake2213b

Back in the 60's all we had to use to pick corn was a pick up truck and lots of hands. But I seen those older tractors growing up but your video is the first time seeing them working. Thanks

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klaud heath
klaud heath

Great footage of history..thanx

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Luís Nunes
Luís Nunes

Hello!

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Jay B
Jay B

The older combines are still my favorite to watch.

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Nick Allred
Nick Allred

Anyone have any information on the last narrow front IH produced I heard it was an 86 series

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Larry Kriete
Larry Kriete

the newest IH I have seen with narrow front was a 1066. But since the 86 was just basicly an updated cab there could have been a narrow front 86 series.

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Onion Friend
Onion Friend

I had both a 686 and an 86 Hydro and I recall in the operators manual there being an image of the single front model

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Nick Allred
Nick Allred

Onion Friend are their any photos of it out there? Thank you for the info

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Onion Friend
Onion Friend

686 was last narrow front tractor produced by IHC. It was basically just a 666 with a new decal

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Farmer George
Farmer George

You can see the design flaw of the 815 by the piece of galvanized tin attached to the sieves. Same problem with the 1460’s.

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Rich Maniscalco
Rich Maniscalco

The corn harvesting equipment has sure changed in 60 years! What amazing new equipment.

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TheFarmingPickle
TheFarmingPickle

Pickle mow grass pickle mow grass Jake mow grass jake mow grass

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Greg O
Greg O

As one who picked corn on the cob in the early 1960s, I aspired to the tractor-mounted International 234 picker/sheller. Long ago, but vivid memories.

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tsint
tsint

It is still unclear to me what all this corn is used for, not everything can't be used for ethanol? In northern Europe we have almost no corn that is harvested.

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David Lentz
David Lentz

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Carl Kayser
Carl Kayser

tsint.... most corn is grown for livestock feed. Some for human consumption

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Russell Hoffman
Russell Hoffman

Interesting, here in the states it’s our primary crop. Millions of acres. But it is not raised exclusively for ethanol. That is one use but another big one is for animal feed. It’s a main source of feed for beef, pork and poultry. Also a ton of uses in the food industry as well.

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Foster 72
Foster 72

I have done this before it's what we have on our farm I love running it

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Vincent VanPaepeghem
Vincent VanPaepeghem

Great video! Love watching the historic combines working! Thanks for sharing! Have a great and awesome day!

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William B161
William B161

Beautiful video great machine Love the oldies How are you today bigtractorpower 🇺🇸 Amazing harvesting corn 🌽 Beautiful countryside Your the best bigtractorpower 🇺🇸 Liked your video as always 👍🏻 Have a nice new week bigtractorpower 🇺🇸 USA is a very beautiful country 🇺🇸 Love seeing different combine harvester and tractor + machines every year Stay safe 👍🏻🙏🏻 Keep up the good work 👍🏻🇺🇸 Enjoy rest of your day Love from UK 🇬🇧

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Xbox_Clipz
Xbox_Clipz

Now this is awesome

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Trystan’s Farm
Trystan’s Farm

Xbox_Clipz it’s goin good

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Xbox_Clipz
Xbox_Clipz

Trystan’s Farm how’s it goin trystan

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Trystan’s Farm
Trystan’s Farm

Xbox_Clipz yes

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Johnny Holmgren
Johnny Holmgren

Love the old equipment! 👍 Is it possible to see a video about the history of Bolinder Munktell, Volvo BM and Valmet, and how they become a part of AGCO?

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Johnny Holmgren
Johnny Holmgren

tsint : Not in us, but all over europe.

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tsint
tsint

Johnny Holmgren I doubt you will find any Volvo BM or Valmet in the US :)

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Matthew dowd
Matthew dowd

Love the historical stuff BTP!! History of farming is so interesting and an important part of the American story! 🇺🇸

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Dann fimi
Dann fimi

BELGIUM GRTZ

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