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2014 Gleaner Quick Reference Guide
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Gleaner S8 Transverse vs Axial Combines Competitive Comparison
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2015 Gleaner Crop Reference Manual
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2015 Gleaner Transverse Versus Axial competitive comparison
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Gleaner S8 Transverse vs Axial Combines Competitive Comparison
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History of Gleaner Combine Harvesters

Some GLEANER Combine Harvester Manuals PDF above the page - S8, Crop, Transverse, Versus.

 

Gleaner Manufacturing Company is an American combine harvester manufacturer. The company's beginnings date back to 1923, when the Kansas-based Baldwin brothers designed powerful and capable self-propelled harvesters.

 

The name Gleaner is supposed to be named after a painting by Les Glaneuses (English, The Gleaners), painted by Jean-François Millet in 1857.

 

Later, Gleaner became a division of Allis-Chalmers, but today it is a division of AGCO, and the Gleaner brand continues to be used.

 

Gleaner was the first in the industry to use an auger for grain transport, the first to design a special grain grinder and was among the first to use turbodiesel engines.