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Plant your end rows, make two rounds and fold her up, it's ignorant if u ask me, greed. Any one man can make a pretty good living for himself and his family on 1000 acres of good ground, and have plenty of time to plant it 12 rows at a time.




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 Re: 48 row corn planter in reply to Ben70b, 06-06-2013 16:06:15  
Up here we run 2 24's just like that one- easier to get around rock piles, sloughs etc & to transport. Plus we run a 42' air seeder during beans. 1000 acres a day . For corn, all the seed comes in totes, i think about 55 bags per tote. Corn around here runs 100-140 bushel/acre average, a few fields here/there run 170-180. We put in 6500 acres corn, 3500 beans this yr. There's 5 farmers plus myself & another hired hand. We're about the only ones anywhere around that got everything seeded. Been a rainforest since. Most all fields around here are 160 acres.

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