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01-31-2013 17:59:17

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pic of harvest 2012

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02-02-2013 14:35:45

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 Re: pics of combines in reply to fordfarming, 01-31-2013 17:59:17  
I like the 7720 pic, glad no one was hurt. I should warn you however that the 12 row head is only going to make it harder on us. The bigger the equipment gets the less likely your sons or mine will be "needed" as American farmers. I farm also, and right now in my opinion the 12 row combine represents what is going to help kill the rest of the 500 to 1200 acre farms.

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02-04-2013 06:59:51

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 Re: pics of combines in reply to But one thing..., 02-02-2013 14:35:45  
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What is killing the small farms is the term "roundup ready"!

No-till is what is allowing one man to farm 3000+ acres alone around here.

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Tom Cassan

02-05-2013 12:41:03

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 Re: pics of combines in reply to 1923 Gleaner, 02-04-2013 06:59:51  
You are so right. All of this RR technology is an answer to a question that doesn't exist. There is no benefit at ALL. i am on 300 different farms a year and RR technology has failed. Completely and utterly.

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02-02-2013 21:10:53

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i understand what your saying, we own a 8 row head but our northern corn crop was in drought area this fall ,about 4 ft tall and knew it wasnt going to be good so i rented that 12 row to make use of our time-fuel-equipment efficency worh while .

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02-03-2013 13:08:31

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 Re: pics of combines in reply to fordfarming, 02-02-2013 21:10:53  
Makes sense what you're saying fuel wise. Our corn did in the 40 bu range so I understand.

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