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1967 successful farming mag pic

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jon f mn

02-13-2013 18:49:38




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Got this in a box of old magazines I got at an auction many years ago. They are kind of falling apart so I decided to try to scan them to preserve them. I'll post more pics if anyone is interested.




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dan walsh

02-14-2013 18:53:16




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 Re: 1967 successful farming mag pic in reply to jon f mn, 02-13-2013 18:49:38  
I have a copy of May 1968 Successful Farming magazine with our 930 and chisel planter on the cover but I can't seem to post the picture on this form.



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55 50 Ron

02-14-2013 08:28:34




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 Re: 1967 successful farming mag pic in reply to jon f mn, 02-13-2013 18:49:38  
I believe the mailing label says "Alfred Olson, R 1, Dalbo, MN"

That's in the Cambridge/Princeton area.

Looks like a 5 bottom plow so that would probably be a 930 or 1030 Comfort King??

Ron



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jon f mn

02-14-2013 08:36:30




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 Re: 1967 successful farming mag pic in reply to 55 50 Ron, 02-14-2013 08:28:34  
Yes, Dalbo is about 15 miles from the farm where I grew up. Dad bought an 80 that we farmed about 5 miles from that town.



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Ande

02-13-2013 18:53:55




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 Re: 1967 successful farming mag pic in reply to jon f mn, 02-13-2013 18:49:38  
Nice magazine.
Where are you tonight Jon



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jon f mn

02-13-2013 18:55:00




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 Re: 1967 successful farming mag pic in reply to Ande, 02-13-2013 18:53:55  
I'm in Albert Lea Mn., on my way to Denver.



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casecollectorsc

02-13-2013 19:08:27




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 Re: 1967 successful farming mag pic in reply to jon f mn, 02-13-2013 18:55:00  
You picking up at Larson Door and making the Denver run??



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jon f mn

02-13-2013 19:21:41




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 Re: 1967 successful farming mag pic in reply to casecollectorsc, 02-13-2013 19:08:27  
No, paper rolls going to a printer.



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Retired Farmer

02-13-2013 19:02:30




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 Re: 1967 successful farming mag pic in reply to jon f mn, 02-13-2013 18:55:00  
That means you'll be an hour south of me.



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55 50 Ron

02-14-2013 08:24:18




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 Re: 1967 successful farming mag pic in reply to Retired Farmer, 02-13-2013 19:02:30  
Retired Farmer,

I'm up Hiway 13 from Albert Lea. Email is open.

Ron



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jon f mn

02-13-2013 19:30:54




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 Re: 1967 successful farming mag pic in reply to Retired Farmer, 02-13-2013 19:02:30  
If I have time maybe we could do coffee? Be on friday. Will depend on what I get for a load and when, it's usually beer, Coors or Bud. E-mail is open if your interested.



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