Versatile 420 Combine Harvesting Barley in Alberta
Aug 02, 2019

Video: Versatile 420 Combine Harvesting Barley in Alberta


A young farmer in Alberta, Canada who recently got the family's Versatile 420 combine running again after sitting for nearly 20 years.

 

Versatile 420 Combine Harvesting Barley in Alberta

Versatile 420 Combine Harvesting Barley in Alberta

A young farmer in Alberta, Canada who recently got the family's Versatile 420 combine running again after sitting for nearly 20 years.... More
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