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The Hercules was the first self-propelled Claas combine After exhaustive testing, Claas launched its first self-propelled combine harvester in 1953. The ‘Hercules’ was a resounding success, able to harvest up to 1ha/hour.

It was quiet in TLCB Towers over the past few days. The Elves were out foraging for creations, thus allowing TLCB Staff to get whatever it is they do done, away from any Elf-related shenanigans. Th...

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The Saffron Goddess (1600 B.C.) is a detail from a Minoan fresco depicting a saffron harvest. She sits supervising the plucking of flowers and the gleaning of stigmas for use in the manufacture of what is possibly a therapeutic drug. A mythological griffin, considered to be a combination of the body of a lion as king of the beasts and the head of an eagle, stands guard.

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