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The Claas® Liner 1500 rotary rake with contour undercarriage adapts to uneven,
rough ground conditions, even at high working speeds to deliver a thorough, clean
Claas Liner 1500 Adapts To
Provide Clean Harvest
COLUMBUS. Ind. The Lin
er 1500 rotary rake from Claas of
America, Inc., with contour un
dercarriage, adapts to uneven,
rough ground conditions, even at
high working speeds to deliver a
thorough, clean harvest
It has an adjustable working
width up to 21 feet 4 inches, al
lowing the rake to be adapted to
harvester or mower pickup. Trans
port width is 10 feet.
Equipped with twin rotors, the
ISOO provides a neat loose wind
row to the side while rotor weight
compensation with strong Belle
ville-type springs protect the crop.
Pa. DHIA Appoints Field Staff
STATE COLLEGE (Centre
Co.) Dean Amick, director of
field operations for Pa. DHIA, has
recently announced several new
field staff appointments.
Named a region manager was
David Shenk, a senior technician
from Perry County, who is to be
working closely with Harry Fritz.
Fritz is regional manager for the
southeast part of the state. He is
scheduled to retire Nov. 1, com
pleting a 45-year career with
DMA. After Fritz retires, Shenk is
to be regional manager.
Also appointed to regional man
ager was Dean Aden, a senior tech
nician from Armstrong County
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The rotors are driven by double
universal joints, permitting the
1500 to be lifted from the tractor
seat without disengaging the PTO
and allowing operation of one ro
tor where space is limited.
A flow divider ensures that both
rotors are raised completely and
equally. Each rotor has 10 tine
arms and each tine carrier has four
double tines. Electric height ad
justment is optional.
For more information, contact
Claas of America, Inc., 3030 Nor
cross Drive, Columbus, IN 47202,
who is to be working in the north
west region. He is currently work
ing with David Bigelow, who has
been' region manager in the
18-county area for four years.
Bigelow, who is Region 1 man
ager, has accepted to position of
coordihator of training. A resident
of Williamsburg, Bigelow is to
work out of the State College
office of Pa.DHIA.
His duties include coordination
of all phases of field staff employ
ee training, conducting training,
and assisting the director of field
operations with providing service
to Pa.DHIA’s 5,000 members.
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The company that invented the idea,
and the machine, has now reinvented it
- from the ground up. From the tough
“walking beam” suspension to the sleek
6 ton hopper. And the price is right,
STATE COLLEGE (Centre
Co.) Dean Aden, of Dayton,
has been named regional manager
for northwestern Pennsylvania.
Aden has been employed as a
technician in Armstrong County
for three years and also serves as a
As a senior technician, he has
traveled around the western part of
the state doing member recruiting,
relief work and training of new
employees.' mers Association for more than 30
As a region manager, he is to be years,
responsible for all aspects of the Statewide, Pa.DHIA serves
DHIA program in an 18-county more than 5,000 members and
region and is to ensure that organi- employs about 180 local Held ser
zation policies are followed in all vice technicians.
field service functions.
He and his wife, Rose, have four
children and 10 grandchildren.
Prior to joining DHIA, Aden had
his own dairy farm from 1954 to
1990. He is an elder in the Concord
Over the years, Aden has served
on his local school board, the
Extension Service Committee,
ASCS Board of Directors, and has
been active in the local Young Far-
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