100 years of Farm and Sawmill Machinery


| January/February 1999

  • Trade Mark

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  • Thresher
    Thresher as Built in the Seventies
  • Steam Traction Engine
    Steam Traction Engine of 1883
  • Tractor
    Today''s M-M Visionlined Tractor
  • Steel Thresher
    Modern Frick Steel Thresher
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  • Trade Mark
  • # Picture 01
  • Thresher
  • Steam Traction Engine
  • Tractor
  • Steel Thresher
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George Frick began building steam engines in 1850. Three years later Frick Company was formally established. Frick threshers, traction engines and sawmills, developed three generations ago, soon won worldwide preference.

Today the Frick Line of Machinery includes threshers, peanut pickers, balers and sawmills; M-M tractors (farm and industrial types), combines, automatic balers, spreaders and implements ; Fox pick - up cutters; Bearcat feed mills; Rosenthal husker- shredders; and Heil dehydrators.

Get catalogs and prices now on any equipment you need. Frick Branches at Canandaigua and Amsterdam, N. Y., among other principal cities.