A combine harvester cuts ripe wheat, west of Oxford in North Canterbury. The combine harvester has the functions of a header-harvester and the tractor that powers it in one machine. It cuts the heads of wheat, which pass to a threshing apparatus that removes and cleans the grains.
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Photograph by G. R. Roberts
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