Until 1880, all went well with McCormick and the Withington self-binder.
When used for mixing with corn in a silo, the self-binder is satisfactory.
It is the half-way mark, the child of the reaper and the parent of the self-binder.
For six years all went well with the McCormick and Withington self-binder.
This self-binder was perfect in all its details—as neat and effective a machine as could be imagined.
He dropped his self-rake reaper and went to work upon a self-binder.
The self-binder and the steam locomotive have been our achievements.
Since 1884 there has been no essential change in the fashion of the self-binder.
Until 1879, the best harvester was a self-binder that tied the sheaves with wire.
It was the child of the reaper and the parent of the self-binder.