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Jonnysac

Some A-C Farm pics. (Spring to Fall)

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Jonnysac
Here are some pictures I took of this years farming
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D-17_Dave
Very satisfying seeing your work from start to finish. Everything Orange too. That 21 shure is one sweet ride. Like to have one of those one day.:drl:drl

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B10Dave
The big garden tractors fit the big garden. How many acres do you have under cultivation. I'm guessing several hundred by the amount of tractors and equipment. The beans were late getting off this year in Southern Ontario and they are about mid harvest now with the corn but drying charges are going to eat into the profit as most is still at 28 to 32% moisture.

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gwiseman
A D21 in its working clothes! Never got the opportunity to use one did sit many hrs on 190XT and 185. All you need to round out those great farming (orange and galvanized) photos is an E Gleaner w/comfort cab working alongside that N6. I'll join the keep them coming group.

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cwm1276
What model is the third Pic? My dad had a 185 diesel with a cab. It was my Dad's biggest tractor and then sold it to my Grandpa. I think Dad still has the original fenders as he had the cab put on when he bought the tractor new. Allis seemed so far ahead with that model in the last Pic, I always like seeing them.

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PatrickE
I agree with everyone else, Awesome pics, love seeing all the tractor action shots. You run a pretty good camera too, nice photography.

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vcgarm
Great pics. Reminds me of the days on the farm with nothing but Orange to run... we had d-15, d17, d19, d21, 200, 210, 220, 8050, 8070 and several gleaners. Thanks for sharing these.

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MPH
Neat bunch of pictures. Farming is the best life style going, broke or in the money. Am I seeing right that you drill your soybeans like grain? Dad tried that once but back then weeds were more of a problem in soybeans, you couldn't spray them with anything.

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B10Dave
MPH When we still lived on the farm here in southern Ontario I used an ancient Case 11 run single disc opener drill for soys,wheat,oats and barley. It worked very well and was reliable as he** for a forty year old machine. As for weeds in the soys we planted "Round Up Ready" and sprayed about 1 to 1 and 1/2 weeks after emergence. Worked well.

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