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Features - Posted September 27, 2009 6 a.m.
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Combine City

Welcome to Combine City, where harvest machines are half buried in the ground about 11 miles south of Amarillo. Here’s a history lesson for you: John Deere began producing combines in 1927, when the self-propelled combine was a revolutionary invention. For the first time, the process of reaping, binding and threshing wheat could all be done with one machine and, for the first time, not pulled by a tractor.

-- the AM Team

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