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Combines & Harvesters Discussion Forum

Harvest Finished

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DeltaRed

12-07-2012 13:25:03
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I finished up last night,delivered the last load this morning.Possibly the most uneventful/least stressful/smoothest harvest ever(no breakdowns!).The 'new'95 performed flawlessly.Plenty of power,good fuel economy,clean sample....Yeilds were off a little because of the 'drought',but still acceptable.Moisture was the lowest/soonest ever(10-12%)Its a good feeling...!Steve




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Banditfarmer

12-10-2012 05:19:14
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 Re: Harvest Finished in reply to DeltaRed, 12-07-2012 13:25:03  
Steve I am glad to hear that it went so smooth for you this year. Like you my 95 didnt give me any problems this year, I did find a bearing out after the beans were done and switching over to corn so no big deal. Its a good fealing to be done and a better fealing to be done with no problems at all with the job she did for you. Bandit



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Fixerupper

12-08-2012 17:05:40
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 Re: Harvest Finished in reply to DeltaRed, 12-07-2012 13:25:03  
Those old Deeres like yours are pretty darned easy to be made dependable. I had the 105 in the shop during the winter several times to freshen it up over the 19 years I used it. For the last maybe 12 years or so I rarely broke down running 600 acres a year through it. That old 635 corn head was another story. A stick of dynamite would have cured all of it's problems. Jim



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Bob Bancroft

12-07-2012 16:50:57
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 Re: Harvest Finished in reply to DeltaRed, 12-07-2012 13:25:03  
Yikes! Could you have gotten rid of it sooner? I assume they'll take it up to 15.5? I'm surprised the kernels didn't get brittle. I know the mill guys here don't like grinding or cracking really dry corn, because they get dust.



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gbs

12-07-2012 15:58:01
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 Re: Harvest Finished in reply to DeltaRed, 12-07-2012 13:25:03  
same here finished little after dark started to mist rain but didn't keep us from finishing,i hauled a load of beans to the market earlier today and asked the operator if corn would see 8 dollars again because of the drought in the corn belt he said not likely as the yield was only off about 12% is his information correct.



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old Harv

12-07-2012 18:31:56
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 Re: Harvest Finished in reply to gbs, 12-07-2012 15:58:01  
Yes, That"s what I have read a few times, that North America"s corn yield was only down 12% due to the drought. Some people got wiped out but many had amazing yields to make up the difference.



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kd densch

12-08-2012 19:22:35
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 Re: Harvest Finished in reply to old Harv, 12-07-2012 18:31:56  
That guy probaly dont know about the grain market any more than the next guy where we are at corn is right at $8 dollars.



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