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The Harvest Team

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09-15-2012 15:24:39

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Been going strong on corn, will stay at it as we have a fare amount of downed corn caused by recent very strong winds. The price of corn is so good we don't want to lose anymore. Snapped this pic today. Have a good weekend everybody, gotta go. Rod. Yes you counted right that is a 5 row 30 in corn head.

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Agri King

09-16-2012 12:45:51

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 Re: The Harvest Team in reply to 1370rod, 09-15-2012 15:24:39  
Nice looking stuff Rod.

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09-15-2012 17:08:01

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 Re: The Harvest Team in reply to 1370rod, 09-15-2012 15:24:39  
I wish I would have had your cornhead when I still had my 1640. 6/30s in real good or real wet corn was just too much. I tried beans today, they were 11% but the stems are still green with a few leaves. The worst is we haven't had any rain to speak of since the leaves fell so the want to wad up and push. My give up and go to corn.

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Kow Farmer

09-15-2012 16:50:10

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 Re: The Harvest Team in reply to 1370rod, 09-15-2012 15:24:39  
Thanks for the great picture of harvest. That 1370 looks sssoooo nice! You really take care of your tractors well. Harvest is slowly getting under way here to. I am probably about 1.5-2 hours or so North of you. Good luck with harvest. And most importantly, be careful! Kow Farmer

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Case Nutty 1660

09-15-2012 15:46:04

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 Re: The Harvest Team in reply to 1370rod, 09-15-2012 15:24:39  
keep at hope the weather holds for you great pic cnt

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