from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An attachment to a mower, consisting of a series of steel bands which trail on the ground behind the cutter-bar. It collects the grass as fast as cut, guides it to one side, and delivers it behind the mower in a continuous windrow.
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On a recent morning, 13-year-old Zack Grass skillfully maneuvered a windrower, which helps to line up potatoes, at the family farm in Blaine.
Research and extension services favour the introduction of a mowing bar equipped with a windrower for wheat.
According to the Pawnee County Sheriff's Office, Kreifel was driving a windrower near his farm on Nebraska Highway 65 west of Table Rock just after 1 p.m.
Scott Potato Machinery was showing its new flagship Microlift RS6 trailed windrower with a patented 6-row Evolution separator at British Potato 2009 at Harrogate last week.
MOWER-CONDITIONER -- New Holland introduces the H7150 Haybine mower-conditioner, which combines the cutting capacity of a self-propelled windrower with the convenience of a maneuverable pivot-tongue hitch for efficiency.