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Oliver, Cletrac, Co-op & Cockshutt Tractors Discussion Forum
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Cockshutt Corn Picker Question

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C. Amick

02-27-2013 18:53:36




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Who built the Cockshutt pull type corn pickers? Neighbor has one. It is left handed.




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Oliver662011

03-01-2013 00:08:11




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 Re: Cockshutt Corn Picker Question in reply to J. Schwiebert, 02-27-2013 18:53:36  
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If the price is right I'm very interested Bellevue is just minutes from my place.



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C. Amick

03-01-2013 07:25:59




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 Re: Cockshutt Corn Picker Question in reply to Oliver662011, 03-01-2013 00:08:11  
Sorry for the confusion. Oliver Fan said that it was built in Bellevue, Ohio. The picker is located 9 miles west of Rainelle, West Virginia. The guy that owns it now bought from a guy in Columbus, Ohio.



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Oliver662011

02-28-2013 17:36:14




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 Re: Cockshutt Corn Picker Question in reply to C. Amick, 02-27-2013 18:53:36  
Is it for sale?



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C. Amick

02-28-2013 18:22:26




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 Re: Cockshutt Corn Picker Question in reply to Oliver662011, 02-28-2013 17:36:14  
If he still has it, he would probably sell it. He is up in years and not able to do anything with it. It has been sitting outside for years though. You may not want it.



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oliver fan

02-28-2013 08:40:06




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 Re: Cockshutt Corn Picker Question in reply to C. Amick, 02-27-2013 18:53:36  
That is a CO-OP corn picker built before Cockshutt bought the Company. It was built by the National Farm Machibery Cooperative in Bellevue, Ohio and Shelbyville, Indiana. They were sold by the different state CO-OP's in the mid west.

Cockshutt later bought the company, but they didn't build any pickers. Instead, they sold pickers built by Oliver, Moline or Massey.



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C. Amick

02-28-2013 11:38:17




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 Re: Cockshutt Corn Picker Question in reply to oliver fan, 02-28-2013 08:40:06  
Thanks for the information. Did the National Farm Machinery Coop have their own factories or did a farm equipment manufacturer build it for them?



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oliver fan

02-28-2013 13:22:47




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 Re: Cockshutt Corn Picker Question in reply to C. Amick, 02-28-2013 11:38:17  
That corn picker was built at the Bellevue, Ohio factory in the late 1940's or very early 1950's. This was several years before Cockshutt bought the company.



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oliver fan

02-28-2013 09:28:02




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 Re: Cockshutt Corn Picker Question in reply to oliver fan, 02-28-2013 08:40:06  
Correction: The correct name of the company was National Farm Machinery Cooperative, Inc.

Cockshutt DID NOT sell any pickers built by Massey. Both Cockshutt and Massey sold pickers built by Moline.



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