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Case Nutty 1660

11-21-2012 12:25:34

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Rod here are some "in the bin" pics for you the two ends are the ones holding me right now but I think they will come loose by spring lol I thought it was different the way the PO drew lines and wrote number of bags to fill up/or used?? with pencil, by the way has any one heard of NEEP?? give me your thoughts cnt

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55 50 Ron

11-21-2012 17:41:10

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 Re: W orking for spring in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-21-2012 12:25:34  

That Neep looks to have an apostrophe(')in the middle so maybe it's a contraction of two words. I've never heard of it.

Where did this unit come from? Seeing durum on the list ups my curiosity. I grew up in North Central North Dakota (sort of in Ande's area) and it was known as The Durum Triangle in the counties of Towner, Ramsey and Cavalier. But it probably wasn't the only area that grew durum.

I have relatives in Canada who call those units "Diskars" or "Diskers". In North Dakota we called them "one-ways" and they didn't have the seed boxes.


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Case Nutty 1660

11-21-2012 17:57:08

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 Re: W orking for spring in reply to 55 50 Ron, 11-21-2012 17:41:10  
this unit came from Medicine Hat Alberta area, I wonder if it is a Brand of wheat?? cnt

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11-21-2012 20:25:40

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 Re: W orking for spring in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-21-2012 17:57:08  
CNT, What do you plan on pulling that with? Are those one-way seeders fairly common?

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Case Nutty 1660

11-21-2012 23:39:35

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 Re: W orking for spring in reply to sideconsole4020guy, 11-21-2012 20:25:40  

they are in certain areas like certain areas of Canada, as to pulling it I am planning on using this 930 for starters cnt

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