Two Films: Approximately Two hours, 27 minutes
John Deere Day Show 1965
Situation Well In Hand
Shoulder High By The 4th Of July
New Hillside Combine
What’s New For 1965
John Deere Day Show 1965. COLOR (147 minutes). Several Hollywood personalities, including Henry Gibson and Margaret Hamilton, join in to create the connecting theme. John Deere action begins with the 5010, and is followed by interviews with farmers about their experiences with combines.
Situation Well In Hand features the Power Shift Transmission and the Power Differential Lock, as well as other improvements on the 1965 3020 and 4020.
Shoulder High By The 4th Of July interviews farmers about minimum-tillage corn production, with field scenes of tractors and equipment.
New Hillside Combine introduces the 95H, and 1010 Country shows field operations and user interviews from around the country.
Then, a lengthy What’s New For 1965 shows many new products in field scenes with New Generation Tractors, including the rare 111 Self-Propelled Peanut Combine in action.