Ruby Red

Ruby Red's IH Equipment at Work

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Always enjoy your posts .

      Its amazing how those steps look better and better as the years go by.

          Tony

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Started combining the corn,  moisture around 30% not going to get better this fall. Stalks standing strong and good yield

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The old 815 has just finished its 39th harvest, might just need to up grade to a IH rotory next year

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Finishing off with combining our corn today

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Wagons and truck loaded, heading to the elevator after lunch

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At the elevator, over the 2nd pit along side a 5240, looks like he still works hard

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Dumping my corn onto the outside wet pile, the elevator is jammed with, trucks and wagons, weather man is calling for rain and snow, so the push is on 

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Nice work pictures Carl. Equipment looks great, and the 815 looks good enough for another 39 seasons!!!

Alan

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Picked the corn in the garden at  the house with the 606 and 234 picker, got the rust off the chains and need cobs for the squirrels this winter also throw several cobs into the chicken pen every day. Keeps them busy too.

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Believe this is the tallest corn stalks I ever picked from, the cobs were over 4 feet up the stalk, could easy pick with picker raised all way up

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Gave the 1PR picker a little run too, hitched to the Farmall 404, she did a nice job of pulling

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The paint on the picker is a 10 year old coat of TSC paint, makes good base paint and stops rusting but is not the bright and shinny. Hope to get both pickers painted 2150 IH red next summer

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Nice photos icon_thumbup.gif

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Plowed the garden with the 504 gas and 535  16" plow - ground is getting plenty wet now, going to finish the corn stalks next spring

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The last trip to the elevator for the season - the old 1965  1500  is running nice

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Out side work getting pretty much done for this year, still trying to get things stored away for Winter, mean while only a month away from Christmas and getting some last minute presents made up such as these desk top pen / pencil holders - Tractor and Cub Cadets

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And for the truck people the 8600 Series

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Been doing some work on my old friend Tommy's 3820 loader back hoe tractor, build and installed new steps and grab handles to make life easier  for the 80 year old, also installed new seals into the loader lift cylinder, repaired several oil leaks through out the system and a major fuel leak at the injector pump, got to get her into top condition before we get major snow - also on the list is a new paint job, yellow and white or red and white????

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Merry Christmas to all Red Power friends and family and a Happy and prosperies New Year. We will not be spending as much time on the forum in 2018 as we are preparing a total relocation to a larger land base, 28 acre farm on Manitoulin Island, (in Northern Ontario)

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