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About ChrisNY

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  • Birthday 05/14/1968

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  • Location
    Jefferson County ,NY
  • Interests
    In the shed got restored 1966 Farmall 1206, restored 1961 460U, 1456, 4386, 1984 1460 combine and assorted implements, collect farm toys and generally anything IH,60' and 70's muscle tractors, crawling down hot smoky hallways, moving endless amounts of snow and cow poop and trying to grow the best corn, beans, wheat and alfalfa we can.

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  1. Hired Grain Haulers

    Yup, truck driver ,chopper operator, packing tractor operator, grain cart operator, loves turning dirt too. Good help
  2. Chopping corn

    Glad to see you are on the homestretch Bitty.
  3. First time combining soybeans

    I HATE combining beans and dont do it if I do not absolutely have to. Here in this area, it is usually in the mud so not only do you fight wet beans and rocks you fight mud. Can never start till noon and by 5 they get tough again.
  4. Snapledge

    Damp drizzley days give the best quality like Bill said.
  5. Snapledge

    Nope. Same thing, just different terms used depending on region
  6. Brought this home today

    Looks like a nice one.
  7. corn is late , really late

    At least 3 weeks behind here
  8. Snapledge

    We put it in bunk and pack like silage. On occasion have bagged it with truck bagger. Have never put in upright. Biggest problem with bags is deer and rodents ripping bag.
  9. Snapledge

    Will work fine with just processor.
  10. Snapledge

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  11. Snapledge

    Yes, we run a Kooima on our Claas 492 with 8 row Deere head on it. Works great. Have not snapped any in last 2 years but are going to this year as got some acres that wont mature to make grain.
  12. For you old gleaner fans

    I know Seedway still uses them for their plot combines. I have done some custom work finishing up plots when they were done
  13. 30 years ago today it snowed

    Happy Anniversary!
  14. friday's work

    Good to see Earl is still alive! Did the rain miss you yesterday? We got well over 3" yesterday. Glad we are done chopping but most are not here. This late corn is driving me nuts this year. Just not maturing. Still got a lot to combine but will be 2-3 weeks for a lot of it to even make HM. Is your grain corn slow drying down this year as well?
  15. Glenco question(s)

    9 would be all a 1466 would want "here". I would lean more towards a 7 shank I you don't want to work the snot out of it. Chisels work better with a little speed to get good shank to shank shatter and roll some soil. We had a 7 shank Glencoe and pulled it with a 180hp MFWD and knew it was back there. At 17" or so I would replace the coulters