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All-Crop Harvester, or All-Crop Combine, was the name of tractor-drawn, PTO-driven combine harvesters made by Allis-Chalmers from the mid-1930s to the early 1960s. Aside from small grains, these harvesters were able to harvest some flowers, as well as various grasses and legume crops for seed.
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by C H Wendel
Allis-Chalmers ventured forth with its All-Crop Harvester in 1931. Early production saw the need for further changes; by 1932 the All-Crop had come into its own realm as the combine to imitate. Soon, the side-mounted header came to an end.
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