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Re: What was the poorest crop that youy harvested?

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02-20-2013 09:54:19

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I've cut LOTS of soybeans that did less than 5 bpa.I have also pulled countless acres of corn that didnt do 10 bpa.Here in my area insurance will not pay up unless an attempt to harvest field has been made.Lots of the older farmers would cut just enough to get a weight ticket for the insurance and no one was really checking but no one nowadays does that for fear of being accused of cheating the insurance. Insurance around here has got real picky and now they want you to get all that is out there so they can deduct it all from your claim.I would rather combine a field of 400bpa corn and dump 500 times a day than to combine a 100 acre field that yields next to nothing and have to ride ALL DAY LONG just to get a little in the hopper.I really shouldnt mind it though because I get paid the same for combining the acre either way!

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02-20-2013 14:08:23

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 Re: What was the poorest crop that youy harvested? in reply to haley, 02-20-2013 09:54:19  
Few things on the farm I have found as agonizing as trying to harvest a junk crop. Almost like watching a slow death. You just want to get it over with.

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