2 edition of Interstate custom combining in the Great Plains in 1971 found in the catalog.
Interstate custom combining in the Great Plains in 1971
William F. Lagrone
|Statement||[by William F. Lagrone and Earle E. Gavett.|
|Series||U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. Economic Research Service. ERS. no. 563|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||30|
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Get this from a library. Interstate custom combining in the Great Plains in [William F Lagrone; Earle E Gavett; United States. Department of Agriculture.]. This history of custom wheat harvesting on the Great Plains of North America (US & Canada) originated as a PhD dissertation at Oklahoma State University and was the author's first book.
The work traces the origins of custom combining back to the era of steam threshing on the plains; describes the rise of itinerant custom harvesting during the /5(2). This encouraged most custom operators to curtail the northern ends of their itineraries and take on lucrative fall harvesting on the Southern and Central Plains.
A major study of custom combining in found 3, outfits transporting 7, combines, but numbers have decreased slowly since then. Custom Combining on the Great Plains: A History by Isern, Thomas D.
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Thomas D Cited by: 3. "On the Great Plains custom combining is an accepted institution, one taken so for granted that its origins are obscured.
This first study of the industry, generously illustrated and spiced with oral history, refreshes the memory of the early days and traces the development of custom cutting to the present.".
Probably one of the most often observed but least known institutions on the Great Plains is custom harvesting. Although the practice probably dates from the Hrst itinerate laborer who bought a grain craddle, Thomas Isern's book is about the men who traveled from Texas to Canada seeking employment for their expensive combining machines.
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REAPER By speeding up harvesting, the reaper saved crops from inclement weather. STEEL WINDMILL In regions of unpredictable rainfall, the steel.
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