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Re: Neat Combine Video

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11-08-2012 07:13:55

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That is a neat video. Im betting the 72 had a cleaner grain sample!

All jokes aside, last year I was in line at the co-op unloading beans. I had the smallest wagon by 500 bu and had the cleanest grain sample by far. I had used our K Gleaner on the beans, in line was several samples from Deeres, Case IHs and one new Gleaner. For some reason the Deeres were a 1/8 full pods. The Gleaner and IHs had some stems and mine were almost perfectly clean. Whats wrong with this picture?

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11-08-2012 09:39:52

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 Re: Neat Combine Video in reply to JimIA, 11-08-2012 07:13:55  
Jim IA: The variety of soybean can make a big difference if there are pods in the bin. If the bean makes some late green beans in the top they will be heavy enough that they will end up in the bin.

Also pods don't count as foreign matter. So those guy where actually ahead of you in that they got paid for those pods where you left all of yours in the field.

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11-08-2012 10:42:04

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 Re: Neat Combine Video in reply to JDseller, 11-08-2012 09:39:52  
Pods don't count as foreign material?? Really, I didn't know that. Why wouldn't they be?

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11-08-2012 19:54:14

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 Re: Neat Combine Video in reply to randallinMo, 11-08-2012 10:42:04  
Pods in your sample count as fm here! Anything that isn't a bean does..

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11-08-2012 15:34:36

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 Re: Neat Combine Video in reply to randallinMo, 11-08-2012 10:42:04  
Maybe not everywhere but pods went into the FM can last I sold which was several years ago. Sample went over three sieves, the unders and overs plus anything the guy picked out of the beans by hand out = FM. Truth of that matter is no matter which way it is it doesnt make much differnce when you think about it. A wheel barrow full of dry bean pods might weigh what? 2 lbs, LOL.

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