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Dutrieux Jean Camille, Tasset Gerard Albert: Farm machinery.. Dutrieux Jean, Cockerill Sambre, January 18, 1984: EP0098824-A1 (5 worldwide citation)

The agricultural machine comprises, in addition to the harvesting means, movement means and means for driving, steering and controlling the various members. It is characterised essentially in that it comprises at least two separate carrying chassis (36, 38) connected to one another by means of a con ...


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Cooper Hugh, Whitehouse Dale S, Womble George E: Gang bolt locking arrangement. Kewanee Machinery & Conveyor Co, June 13, 1972: US3669193 (5 worldwide citation)

Clamping means for a piece of farm machinery, more specifically a disc harrow. The clamping means assures the proper tightening and positioning of one or more discs which are concavo-convex in shape upon a shaft. The clamping means includes a reaction member such as an anchor nut for the threaded en ...


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Munro James Andrew, Paul Nicolas John: Agricultural feeder. Kidd Farm Machinery, November 7, 1984: GB2139079-A (5 worldwide citation)

An agricultural feeder comprises a conveyor 12 having an upper, conveying, surface which is inclined relative to the horizontal in a downward direction towards the delivery end, and beater means comprising a pair of rotatable drums 15 and 16 which are each provided with a plurality of projections ad ...


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Nicholson Alan C O Nicholson F: Crop cleaner.. Nicholson Farm Machinery Co, October 25, 1995: EP0678234-A1 (5 worldwide citation)

A crop cleaner comprising a generally parallel array of first and second rollers each first roller (1) being scrolled and each second roller (9) generally unscrolled, the first rollers (1) alternating with second rollers (2) with pairs of adjacent rollers being carried on frames (20) with each frame ...


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Barker Malcolm Mcquire Barker: Mowing machine.. Kidd Farm Machinery, September 23, 1987: EP0238159-A1 (5 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a mowing machine for cutting grass or other crops, the machine being of the kind which is intended in use to be traversed over a standing crop by means of an agricultural tractor. In accordance with the invention and as shown in one example in the accompanying drawing, the ...


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Machan Frank P: Heavy implement trailer. Krassov Charles, October 7, 1975: US3910436 (5 worldwide citation)

This invention consists of a trailer which can be pulled by a tractor or car for the purpose of transporting light or heavy farm machinery, equipment, and materials. It consists of comparatively long platform which rests upon a shorter carriage upon which it is normally free to slide. The carriage c ...


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Munro James Andrew: Material displacing device. Kidd Farm Machinery, June 26, 1985: GB2150100-A (5 worldwide citation)

An auger intended for use in agricultural machines for the purpose of feeding material from a bulk supply to a distributor device or to a mixing device comprises an elongate body 14 which is rotatable in use about its longitudinal axis, the body having a plurality of outwardly projecting paddles 16 ...


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Brian Mark Fields, Steven C Cielocha, Jacob J Alt, Laura A Uphoff, Leo Nelson Chan, Mohamed A Wazeer, Kristopher Keith Gaudin, Justin Davis, Nathan W Baumann, Giles Roll: Vehicular warnings based upon pedestrian or cyclist presence. STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY, Marshall Gerstein & Borun, Randall G Rueth, January 16, 2018: US09868394 (4 worldwide citation)

Methods and systems are described for providing vehicular alerts. In various aspects, a vehicle environment may be monitored using one or more sensors associated with a vehicle located in the vehicle environment. One or more pedestrians or cyclists within the vehicle environment may be identified ba ...


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Walter Reber: Farm machinery for laterally moving and turning over windrows of hay. Kuhn, Oblon Fisher Spivak McClelland & Maier, September 6, 1988: US04768333 (4 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to a farm machine having a device (2) for picking up hay on the ground and a device (3) for moving the hay laterally and turning it over. The device (3) for moving and turning over the hay includes a flexible belt (21) equipped with drivers (22) and oriented crosswise to the f ...


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Johnson Roy W: Intermittent drive for conveyors and the like. Johnson Farm Machinery Co, March 20, 1973: US3721132 (4 worldwide citation)

An intermittent drive for periodically varying the speed and, if desired, the direction of a driven member comprising a driven shaft and a drive shaft coupled via a belt, a chain or the like. The driven shaft is stationary while the drive shaft is mounted to a pivoting frame. A wheel disposed betwee ...