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Author: Shan Djuric
Publisher: Rosenberg Publishing
Product Id: 5979
By 1922 his first tractor was demonstrated. He got orders for six machines. Working initially from Moss Vale, Austral Auto Cultivators was registered. He also produced rotary hoe attachments for Fordson tractors. 1926 saw the production of the A16 tractor. In 1927 the business moved to Northmead and the walk-behind rotary hoe joined the production line.
The company grew, DH16 tractor, DH22, and in 1937 the FWDH22 models were produced. 1953 saw the Kelpie tractor, with a variety of implements including the dozer blade, tipping trailer, disc harrows, tool bar, mouldboard plough and spray pack. Later models introduced the underbelly slasher, spring tyne cultivator, rear grader blade and field roller – a “low cost garden tractor that will find a place with every market gardener, poultry farmer and small orchardist” as the advertising blurb read. When the factory was closed in 1985 anything that was left was written off and dumped, including valuable literature and information on the machines.