|Collection||RG0927 Kaar, Ira James, 1851-1916|
|Object Name||Card, Advertising|
|Title||Kaar Loose-Ground Two-Row Lister; Potato Planter|
|Dates of Creation||1909|
|Level of description||Item|
|Scope & Content||
Advertising card: The Kaar Loose-Ground Two-Row Lister
The Only Light Draft, Thoroughly Tested, Practical Two-Row Lister Ever Built. A Big Boon to Farmers.
All the Advantages of Lister Planting With None of its Drawbacks.
Plants two rows at a time. Permits thorough plowing - an absolute essential in dry seasons. Has increased the yield over the hard ground Lister in 1908 over 50 per cent. This Machine is made to furrow out and plant two rows of corn at a time in plowed ground. Has been used with great success at the Nebraska Experiment Farm. For Particulars Address the Patentee,
I.J. Kaar, Havelock, Nebraska
Reverse shows advertisement for The Kaar Two-Row Loose-Ground Potato Planter
|Subjects||Agricultural machinery & implements|
Kaar, Ira James, 1851-1916