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a m ■ I ' 95 ....my JOH Says Mr. K. C. Buffington, Great Fails, Montana ((I have just purchased my 10th John Deere Self-Propelled Combine. I have been well pleased with the trouble-free, grain-saving operation of the eight 55' s I have owned , but my 95 convinced me that it belongs at the head of the class. We often operate our combines on a 24 -hour schedule. Last fall our 95 ran for 84 consecutive hours in heavy grain and the only stops we made were for fuel and service. This is a big, easy-operating machine with ideal weight distribution, and its capacity, economy, and reserve power make it my choice over all other combines*79 >: WMtm $ m mm £ ■M m m m ■ WM m ■ I ■ m ■; $5 I m M m m x; w : . , % DMH m y. À Hundreds o£ farmers in the big wheat and maize areas of the plains states switched to the 16- or 18-foot 95 Self-Propelled Combine its first year out—and for some pretty good dollar-and cents reasons. Dozens of these wheat growers were so impressed by the performance of the 95 they took the time to write us just how pleased they were that they made the change. All Speak off Capacity Big capacity was invariably mentioned as the outstanding feature of the John Deere 95. And, it's no wonder—just look at. the facts and figures: The 95 has a 40-inch feeder and a 40-inch cylinder. Back of them you'll find 5,600 square inches of separating area . . . 4,0611 square inches of cleaning area. Bigness, however, is only part of the story. Each of these units is balanced ..... each compliments all the others by handling any volume of grain or straw that comes its way. Balanced units assure you of more acres combined every day with a 95, of harvesting up to 3,000 bushels each day! That's speed and capacity that add up to a big bonus by the end of the harvest. i|* ÿjÿ.-ÿ.. M m m M >:■ Other Features Mentioned There are many other features that add to the over-all per formance of the 95 that also brought high praise from owners. There's the powerful SO h.p. engine that always has reserve power. The 60-bushel grain tank means fewer stops to unload, and the bdg-eapacity unloading auger holds unloading time to the very minimum. Power steering—regular equipment—enables you to control the "giant" of self-propelleds with finger-tip ease. Adjust ments are fast and easy to make.all operating units are ad justed from the outside. Fewer daily lubrication points mean a saving in time and work.. The list of features and advantages of the 95 goes on and on, but it all adds up to one important point—you'll combine more grain in a shorter period of time, at lower cost, get cleaner grain j| with a 95. See your John Deere dealer for all the facts on the big-capacity 95 Self-Propelled. # A •• $ ■ i •jig Wi :• •;. : m. m m '■& ■ ' m *• V ■> w : : if? i A r ■ - for the 95 comes from all Northern Plains States iy I Do Not Hesitate to Recommend the 95 As a Time- and Money-Saver" 44 Handled Easier Than Any Combine I Have Ever Run 99 L purchased my 95 Self Propelled because I figured that ' with its big capacity .1mould save labor and cut nearly as many acres per day as I could with my two smaller self propelleds. Another reason I like my 95 is its low main tenance costs . / like the way the 95 handles the grain, and never are you short of power. I think my 95 is the best combine I have ever owned. I do not hesitate to recommend it as a time - and money-saver . I purchased two John Deere 95 Combines in the summer of 1958, and the first combining I did with them was a 100-acre field that made almost 60 bushels per acre. The engines have more than enough power. They handled easier than any combine I have ever run. They are not a bit harder to steer or handle than my car. It has not cost me one cent for upkeep so far and I have cut over 1700 acres. Every farmer I combined for asked me to come back next year . » V Art Jüngling Max , N. D, LeRoy B. Tomlinson. Max , N.D. More Profit in the Over-All Picture" I changed to John Deere Combines in 1949. They have more dependability and combine more acres per day. And, / average more profit in the over-all picture. t I now have two John Deere 95 Combines and find ' these are even more outstanding in performance . "Upto400 Bushels per Hour" We are very well satisfied with our John Deere 95 Com bine. This combine certainly has big capacity and does a good job of cleaning grain. In 40-bushel wheat we combined as high as 400 bushels per hour with only one per cent dockage. V & ,y V ■x A Dale R. Becker Sidney, Mont. w Albert J. Wipf Frankfort, S. D.