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Jonnysac

Some farm harvest pics.

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Jonnysac
Here are some pictures of 2008 harvest.
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My brothers kids having fun!
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Here are some pictures of my soybean harvest
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I think there are four dear in this picture
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Sometime it gets lonely out there at night all by my self but its fun and yes I fixed the burnt out lights.
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Some pictures of drying corn
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And on a rainy day me and my brother belted up the Sliver king and ground up some corn for the fun of it:D.
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jdwilson
Nice pics. Makes me miss the old farming days. My wife was once a 'corn widow'. Spent many a night out there going back and forth, back and forth, back and forth! Is that corn dryer a Gilmore Tatge?

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MN_FISH
Thanks for the pixs. Our last half of soybean harvest was a lot different. We received a lot of rain. Most fields still have ruts from end to end. Got stuck 3 times with the 2188 with straddle duals. Put the tracks on 1680 and no problems after that. I always forgot the camera in the pickup. What I heard a local backhoe operator was out 5 times to dig combines out of the mud. Around $500 a time. Lots of corn left around here being the moisture was still 25+ and guys are still combining even in this cold weather. They also use a snowblower to clear the snow from the headlands to get the trucks in the field. On a clear day you can see the clouds of steam from the driers for miles away. The corn yields are good but pretty costly getting it in the bin.

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