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; «•» makes forage tutti ag easier a ad mere profitable Produces better green feed or silage This "Lundell Cut" is the secret of the extra palatability of green feed or silage cut with a Lundell Chopper. There are no square sharp ends to irritate cattles' mouths or stomachs; knives won't cut wire into short lengths to cause hardware disease. Lundell actually crushes the hay and leaves, opening wide the stems for tighter, more compressed storage. Crushing action of Lundell re leases more juices which mix with hay and act as preservatives. Will handle any of these jobs: ★ Cuts grass and row crops, corn, alfalfa, and green feed ★ Chops grass crops for silage - ★ Puts up oat silage ★ Tops sugar beets ★ Chops bean vines or all brush for field conditioning ★ Chops windrowed or swath-cut hay in coarse cut for storage ★ Chops flax, straw, oat straw, or buck brush ★ Acts as a stalk shredder, with shield and spout removed Whatever your roughage source Be sure to see this Lundell Offset Forage Cutter before you buy any forage harvester. See proof that it will cut your roughage faster, more efficiently, at lower cost, and with less maintenance trouble. Then compare prices — you'll decide to choose the Lundell Offset and put a big saving back in your pocket. or Has amazing "Cut-and-Throw" cylinder Lundell does it all. Needs no blower, no auger! There is nothing to jam, almost impossible to plug, nothing to get out of order on this Lundell Offset Forage Harvester. Cylinder turns so fast its whirling knives throw cut forage directly out the spout to the wagon. Gives the famous "Lundell Cut" that has been proved by farmers and universities. COMPLETELY OFFSET—TRACTOR RIDES IN THE CLEAR CHOPPER WORKS ONLY IN UNTRAMPLED GROWTH Gel >•-)■, skood Mrforngiancc ftôiM itay-ohead deeign OWATONNA Dual-type WINDROWER NOBLE Spring-Tine Harrow-Hoe iSg: ■ One implement combines fea tures of a spike tooth harrow and a rotary hoe! Flexible coil spring teeth penetrate soil deeper. Does not turn soil. Does not pow der soil. Preserves moisture. Available in 5-ft. or 6-ft. sec tions. Backed by Noble Prod ucts famous guarantee! . This is the way to windrow! No time-wasting hookups of mowers and rakes ... no waste of tractor fuel on jobs far too light for your tractor . ; . no back-swathing. One ' quick, clean trip with a self-pro pelled OWATONNA and you're ready to bale, load, field-chop or combine. Open field anywhere, trim close to fences, save more crop, turn on a dime. Choose 8, 10, 12, 14-ft. sizes or new dual 16-ft. model. * p»: ■ * ti, V m* Ü m 9 Wm m X. \ V V v 1 & Make a JENSEN JACK the heart You gef versatility and speed with the new KRAUSE WING TYPE CHISEL TILLER You can switch to points, spikes or sweeps in a jiffy. Krause saves you time, money and tractor fuel. Krause extra-sturdy construction slashes upkeep costs; its lighter draft cuts ex pense. Krause wing-type chisel-tiller speeds up your sub-soiling, cultivating and other field jobs. of your water system IÜ The 11W Jensen Jack has fewer working parts than any other jack on the market. This simplification means fewer parts to wear out, guaranteeing many more years of trouble-free service with less É maintenance costs. Produces more water for less m power; installation is quicker and easier because no foundation is necessary. Unit is completely waterproof. No pump house is necessary. ami ll m ■ mm* ■ m m m m _ Covers the ground rapidly and thoroughly. Unit consists of NetVCSt of the fdtriOUS sprayer, pump, nozzle, adapter and tank carrier. Special plastic-lined tanks also available. This model includes a pro ficient brass hand gun for spraying livestock, buildings, etc. IffiQ CENTURY'S Planet, Jr . «weif 630-E # m » « . PLANETILLER Boomless Sprayer has proven itself in this area ■Jr MODEL "0" A S. is packed full of outstanding features xx: . « m [ ; * : r m v ■ i Wm 4 f - ? M •: :• : >. •• '''À* ■: S-S 'A ill Gives you what you want in power and per formance. Powered by three horsepower Briggs and Stratton engine; features 14 inch slicing tines, tilling widths from 18 to 32 inches. .... - free-swinging steel standard U FOR DEPTH AND SPEED CONTROL •; i; ■■ m ■ À À ;;X ; : : ■■ Ü M . xxX A,. ; mB >:,l m . a Accelerator control for motor and a clutch that locks into place to engage tines, are iH| easily accessible at the top of dual handles. Latch keeps clutch engaged without hold Hl ing lever. Adjustable wheels ™ provide stabilization, depth control and easy transporta tion. ■i .. - Lw J Dept. 59-8 ^ I Midland Implement Co., Inc. Billings, Montana Please send me more information about; ( ) Lundell Forage Cutters ( ) Goulds Pumps ( ) Noble Hoes ( ) Jensen Jacks 9 < ) Owatonna Windrowers ( ) Century Sprayers ( ) Krause Chisel-Tillers ( ) Planetillers $ a Name " ■ i Address t Musselshell Developmen r L (Continued from page 7) plished the board can proceed to let a construction contract as soon as it has the necessary funds available. Present construction funds must come from legislative appropriations, but each Montana legislature has provided funds to carry on at least a limited construction program. No Lien on Land The purchase contracts signed by the water users to repay the construc tion costs of the projects are not a lien on land as in the case of irrigation dis tricts. The authors of the water con servation board law introduced a new plan for financing projects which is now being quite generally accepted throughout the country as sound. The plan is simple. The fundamental thought being that the thing of value is the water, and that any project mak ing available the use of water should be paid for and maintained by a charge for such use. Under this plan no men tion of the lands involved is made. The water user enters into a contract to purchase the use of the water from a reservoir or canal owned by the board. It isn't much different from purchas ing a commodity such as gas or elec tricity, except that a contract is made with the purchaser which defines the number of payments and the amount of each he has to make to return his share of the construction costs. It also sets out his liability for operation and maintenance of the projects and his rights thereunder. IE Tri-Party Agreement These contracts are definite as to amounts and number of payments and are a tri-party agreement between the individual, his water users' association and the board. Thus, any default on the part of any water user or his associa tion does not increase the cost for construction to any other water user, and the success of any individual water user is not made dependent on the suc cess or failure of his neighbors. In. addition to its other activities the board maintains an engineering force which is available to the rural electrifi cation cooperatives in the state. The board has also contributed to and is cooperating toward construction of all Montana projects proposed by fed eral agencies. The program of the State Water Conservation Board does not compete with any federal programs. It has tried to fill a need by construct ing the smaller irrigation projects which were not practical for the Bureau of Reclamation to undertake under its program. : cD?Sr (6 U ' : TÄ4 V'j 'V ; * •l DON'T CARt WHERE fOU SAY • I SAf 013 HERE!"