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Re: Fergusons at Newark, England pt. 2

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11-15-2012 16:05:41

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Sam What are the implements on last two pictures used for? The 3rd picture looks like what we use when mowing hay in spring to get birds to fly so we don't kill them. The government(ASCS) pays us to let birds nest. We mow late in season but have to use a system to flush birds up ahead of mower.

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11-15-2012 17:12:10

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 Re: Fergusons at Newark, England pt. 2 in reply to miner09, 11-15-2012 16:05:41  
As Richard says it is a rare Ferguson Gameflusher, though this is a good copy,.It made 500 in the auction, A few months ago a genuine made 8000 (1=$1.65) The other implement is a Kale Cutrake. After the war a lot of kale was grown as cattle feed and had to be cut daily and carted in to the cows. With this invention you simply put the PTO in gear and reversed and it cut and loaded the kale ready for carting. Sam

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11-15-2012 16:06:51

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 Re: Fergusons at Newark, England pt. 2 in reply to miner09, 11-15-2012 16:05:41  
Sorry 4th not 3rd.

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Richard L

11-15-2012 16:42:19

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 Re: Fergusons at Newark, England pt. 2 in reply to miner09, 11-15-2012 16:06:51  
That is just as you described, it is called a Game Flusher if I remember correctly.

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MJ in thr UK

11-16-2012 05:34:46

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 Re: Fergusons at Newark, England pt. 2 in reply to Richard L, 11-15-2012 16:42:19  
Good pictures again Sam, the only fergie I have is a nice restored 1951 TED with a Ferguson mid mounted mower. I also have a Fergoson Brown number 226 in boxes awaiting restoring. MJ

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