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combining rye

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rod in nebraska

07-24-2014 17:41:24
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short movie on combining rye for a friend, poor ground and bad stand, will use foe fall planting in ditchs and some for the cattle




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masseypride

07-27-2014 05:07:04
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 Re: combining rye in reply to rod in nebraska, 07-24-2014 17:41:24  
That's a really nice looking Massey-Harris 26. I have one that needs to make its way back into the field.

Masseypride



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lme

07-25-2014 15:59:28
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 Re: combining rye in reply to rod in nebraska, 07-24-2014 17:41:24  
Thanks for the sharing, I have run a M-H like that.



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Kerry50

07-25-2014 04:44:22
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 Re: combining rye in reply to rod in nebraska, 07-24-2014 17:41:24  
Thanks for sharing. The Massey sounds good. Good to see your grandson taking an interest in what his grandad is doing.



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Dick2

07-24-2014 21:35:47
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 Re: combining rye in reply to rod in nebraska, 07-24-2014 17:41:24  
Before chemicals and heavy use of fertilizer, we raised rye almost every year. We would somerfallow certain fields by plowing down tall sweet clover as a green manure crop. In the fall we would plant some of the somerfallow to rye as a means to control wild oats. Rye roots will penetrate any wild oat kernels in the ground where the roots grow, which kills the wild oat seeds. The fields would be relatively free from wild oats for 2 years after raising rye.

We always had a heavy stand of straw, so the Cockshutt combines really had a workout to run the heavy windrows through.

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rod in nebraska

07-24-2014 19:18:25
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 Re: combining rye in reply to rod in nebraska, 07-24-2014 17:41:24  
we spread the straw because it was not to heavey, kevin came later and windrowed it to round bale, they will grind it this fall and mix it in the feed ration for their cattle, it made about 30 bushel per acre



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Stan - Florida

07-24-2014 18:34:10
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 Re: combining rye in reply to rod in nebraska, 07-24-2014 17:41:24  
Great video! Are you going to bale the straw to use for livestock bedding?

Stan



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gtractorfan

07-24-2014 18:33:05
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 Re: combining rye in reply to rod in nebraska, 07-24-2014 17:41:24  
Those were the good old days and that was a big combine when it was new (compared to pull behinds).



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Big Fat Herb

07-24-2014 18:22:14
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 Re: combining rye in reply to rod in nebraska, 07-24-2014 17:41:24  
Sweet sounding machine



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