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... Ellis, Rooks 0408 40.1 miles (64.2 km) Several outbuildings, trailers, homes and 13 farms were damaged ... SE of Webster Rooks 14 ... miles (22.4 km) Several outbuildings, trees and farm equipment were damaged F0 Plainville area Rooks 3 ... miles (4.8 km) Homes in ... S of Wheeler Wheeler 6 ... miles (9.6 km) Heavy damage to a home and farm equipment F1 Wichita Falls area Wichita 0546 4.5 miles (7.2 km) Damage to trees, fences, signs and a machine shop F1 N of ...
... States for many years, the hobby of collecting and restoring old farm machinery began to boom in the 1980s ... As a result, public interest in old farm tractors and farm machinery grew phenomenally ... seemed to crystallize around particular makes of farm tractor, and clubs were formed by collectors of particular brands of tractor manufacturers ...
... Following the 1929 merger of the four companies into the Oliver Farm Equipment Company, several other corporate acquisitions were made by the new company over a period of years ... The first of these post-merger acquisitions occurred a mere year later, in 1930, when the Oliver Farm Equipment Company purchased the McKenzie Manufacturing ... maker of potato planting and potato harvesting equipment ...
... It has expanded its product-line to include farm-support services via Mahindra AppliTrac (farm mechanisation products), Mahindra ShubhLabh (seeds ... Mahindra Mahindra’s farm equipment division (Mahindra Tractors) is one of the largest tractor companies in the world, with more than 1,000 dealers ... In addition to tractors, Mahindra sells other farm equiptment ...
... The Oliver plow was in use by 1896 which could cut through the prairie sod ... Binders which could cut and tie grain for the harvest season and grain elevators for storage were introduced in the late 19th century as well ...
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“At the heart of the educational process lies the child. No advances in policy, no acquisition of new equipment have their desired effect unless they are in harmony with the child, unless they are fundamentally acceptable to him.”
—Central Advisory Council for Education. Children and Their Primary Schools (Plowden Report)
“On the farm I had learned how to meet realities without suffering either mentally or physically. My initiative had never been blunted. I had freedom to succeedfreedom to fail. Life on the farm produces a kind of toughness.”
—Bertha Van Hoosen (18631952)