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Styled JD G Operators Manual

…initially called the GM, which stands for G modern. This allowed John Deere to raise the price during World War II which was a time when the Federal government implemented price controls. After the war ended John Deere changed the designation back to "G." Operator manuals explain how to operate the…

Product Number: REP113
Price: $49.95
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March Featured Photo of Minneapolis Moline Tractor

“Government Contract, Glen Canyon Dam and a Golf Course” March’s featured photo was submitted by Judy Kitson. “This tractor is a 1951 UB Minneapolis Moline Industrial version, as can be seen by the dual tires and shifter for forward and reverse. It was made on a US government

Featured Tractors Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

“Government Contract, Glen Canyon Dam and a Golf Course” March’s featured photo was submitted by Judy Kitson. “This tractor is a 1951 UB Minneapolis Moline Industrial version, as can be seen by the dual tires and shifter for forward and reverse. It was made on a US government

Tractor Events Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

“Government Contract, Glen Canyon Dam and a Golf Course” March’s featured photo was submitted by Judy Kitson. “This tractor is a 1951 UB Minneapolis Moline Industrial version, as can be seen by the dual tires and shifter for forward and reverse. It was made on a US government

Tractor Clubs Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

“Government Contract, Glen Canyon Dam and a Golf Course” March’s featured photo was submitted by Judy Kitson. “This tractor is a 1951 UB Minneapolis Moline Industrial version, as can be seen by the dual tires and shifter for forward and reverse. It was made on a US government

Tractor Shows Archives - Antique Tractor Blog

“Government Contract, Glen Canyon Dam and a Golf Course” March’s featured photo was submitted by Judy Kitson. “This tractor is a 1951 UB Minneapolis Moline Industrial version, as can be seen by the dual tires and shifter for forward and reverse. It was made on a US government

Tractor Stories - John Deere 40 Utility - Antique Tractor Blog

…my Grand-daddy, his son, my cousin, then my Dad Frank VanEaton. We have a shop in Hanna for our own use. Dad was a heavy duty mechanic with the government and is retired. He grew up on a farm and his Dad had John Deere tractors which were 1927 & 1928 that they farmed with before he left home. I…

How Tractors Replaced Horses - Antique Tractor Blog

…Zealand. Millions of horses served in the military forces, and very few ever returned home.   Farmers back in America felt the pinch – the government was asking them to increase agricultural production while at the same time asking for more horses! As the supply of available working horses…

Family Farm and John Deere - Antique Tractor Blog

…need to be” and he then displayed her prominently at the Barn for all to enjoy. Not pictured in the photo are several adjacent Clay County government buildings recently constructed including the Courthouse, Jail, EMS, and Social Services buildings. Also not pictured is a busy road that passes…

How a Son-in-Law saved the John Deere Company - Antique Tractor Blog

…unable to get credit to purchase farms (and new John Deere plows). The question of slavery was quickly bubbling to the surface in the federal government, creating even more financial instability as the country headed for war. This was the first worldwide financial crisis the United States had ever…

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