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I’m guilty of this too but I think it should be against forum rules to post anything without pictures. Doesn’t have to be pictures of any thing you own. Just pictures.

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You just broke your new rule!

just a couple random pics of our fun/**** from last week 

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Sowing wheat Friday with the 3688 and guy I help in his 5120.

Alan

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Couple for ya

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I like that rule. Especially with it being easy to do now

So here's a couple 

Combining canola 4 nights, or mornings? ago. Can't remember what time it was but we went till 3am that day

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Here's our harvest fleet minus the 914 from last year

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Here ya go first one my wheat up and goin in 7 days! 

2nd is my little ih collection at work in my office that i find in the trash! I work in the trash business during the day!

And 3rd a little oliver manure spreader a neighbor gave to me for helping her out! 

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7 hours ago, db1486 said:

 

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Looks like the cab off the Ole 815 :)

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Here is some mud we are playing in today chopping cornsilage

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15 minutes ago, ole 815 said:

Looks like the cab off the Ole 815 :)

Pretty sure it is. There's quite a few 4000's with those cabs around here. Lots never had cabs so guys mounted on what they could. The guys we bought it from put that cab on it, and did a bunch of modifications on it. She cuts good for a '77.

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Here’s the 806 with factory ICB cab pulling the center section of our field cultivator getting ready to plant rye

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I think I've posted this before. Still breaking in Dad's new 766 with a 4-16 710 plow in sod, fall of '73. The seven would just sit and spin out with that plow till we had 2400 lb. of fluid pumped in. Weighed in at about 13000 in this pic.

Grandpa was old school for sure - pose for that picture. Notice the rain cap only partly up, and the invisible man driving the 2520. I felt like the king of the world on that big seven, after spending lots of hours on that 2520.

Dad had just bought 280 acres of pasture, for around $300/acre, to go along with the 240 that he and my grandpa already owned. We were gonna farm big.

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1 hour ago, Steve C. said:

I think I've posted this before. Still breaking in Dad's new 766 with a 4-16 710 plow in sod, fall of '73. The seven would just sit and spin out with that plow till we had 2400 lb. of fluid pumped in. Weighed in at about 13000 in this pic.

Grandpa was old school for sure - pose for that picture. Notice the rain cap only partly up, and the invisible man driving the 2520. I felt like the king of the world on that big seven, after spending lots of hours on that 2520.

Dad had just bought 280 acres of pasture, for around $300/acre, to go along with the 240 that he and my grandpa already owned. We were gonna farm big.

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Rain cap still set from delivery!

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1 minute ago, jass1660 said:

Rain cap still set from delivery!

Yessir.

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2 hours ago, Steve C. said:

 

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Did it have the turbo on it there Steve?

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10 minutes ago, Sledgehammer said:

Did it have the turbo on it there Steve?

No, it was brand new in this picture. We had the charger put on about two years later.

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If you want pictures I got em,  Here is one I took in the Galapagos.

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Nice picture Steve, I need to try and find one of dads 1466. It left the farm when I was 1 or 2 years old, so I don't have any memories of it.

Alan

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Well as long as we are into pictures, here are a couple.  1st is of our farm machinery and the second are some of the toys.

Dennis

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This pic was sent to me yesterday. This particular model came with the 47 ply tires...:)  Tires, "have worn like iron"

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Bet she rides smooth!

 

I miss my 606.

 

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6 hours ago, Sledgehammer said:

This pic was sent to me yesterday. This particular model came with the 47 ply tires...:)  Tires, "have worn like iron"

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That poor tractor! 

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8 hours ago, Sledgehammer said:

This pic was sent to me yesterday. This particular model came with the 47 ply tires...:)  Tires, "have worn like iron"

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Is this a candidate for relocation to southern Illinois,  Sledge?

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3 hours ago, nepoweshiekfarmalls said:

Is this a candidate for relocation to southern Illinois,  Sledge?

Not quite :)

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here is one from when the electric was out.

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Is that generator cart off a frame new holland grinder mixer! We used the frame off a new holland 352 grinder for our generator! 

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