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Re: Upstate NY wheat harvest images

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The Red

07-17-2001 07:10:54




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Nice pictures Bob! What was the average yield? Is that a 15', 20' or 24' grain table??

Durn if I missed the wheat harvest this year. Been way too busy in the office.




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Bob M

07-17-2001 08:44:33




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 Re: Re: Upstate NY wheat harvest images in reply to The Red, 07-17-2001 07:10:54  
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Hey Red - The piece where I took those pix ran 55 - 60 bushels....a little higher than average. The combine header is a 15 footer. We tried a 20' a couple years ago but found it didn't harvest any quicker, and the straw windrows it left were enough bigger to cause problems for the baler. Also many of the roads where this thing has gotta be moved from field to field are fairly narrow (photo). Ferrying with larger header attached presents logistical and public safety problems, especially after dark. ...Bob M

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The Red

07-17-2001 09:25:25




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 Re: Re: Re: Upstate NY wheat harvest images in reply to Bob M, 07-17-2001 08:44:33  
Dang you got to play, ER, harvest on the combine! We also run with a 15 footer for the same reasons.



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S-E Michigan Part Timer

07-17-2001 14:45:54




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Upstate NY wheat harvest images in reply to The Red, 07-17-2001 09:25:25  
Just made a trip from MI to CT this past wkd. Crossed in Detroit into Ontario, then crossed again at Niagra Falls. Took I-90 into Mass and on from there. Sure is some beautiful country out there! All the crops in Ontario and NY looked nice. The corn's all curled up around home. Hopefully this rain mass hits us good tonight.



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Bob M

07-17-2001 15:32:56




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Upstate NY wheat harvest images in reply to S-E Michigan Part Timer, 07-17-2001 14:45:54  
Hey S-E - If you ran the Thruway thru NY state on Sunday you came within a 1/2 mile of some of our fields near Rochester. Had you known where to look you could have seen us!

0.8" of rain here overnite. Wheat harvest is suspended for now, but the corn 'n beans are looking better. ...Bob M



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S-E Michigan Part Timer

07-18-2001 10:07:26




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 Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Upstate NY wheat harvest images in reply to Bob M, 07-17-2001 15:32:56  
We got less than 1/10" last night. Might be a chance for more today. Hope we get something.

Oh, heard the crops in Iowa are having a bad year. My parents just came from there last week. Guess some fellas are rippin out the corn to plant beans in hopes they'll get something this fall. Bad times for the mid-west!



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