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Pic of my 71 k20

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we have some real geniuses in the herd.

(never did figure out how she got in there)

Had a steer inside a bale feeder last year, figured out how not to get them out. Tried to lift the bale feeder up on edge, got it up about 3/4 of the way and he took off. Somehow my arm got stuck in the lower part of the feeder as he ran across the pasture. It pretty amazing how fast a spooked steer can run, by the way he is a very friendly steer unless inside a feeder apparently. :)

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The C and 14t! She's got enough power now after the overhaul.

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we have some real geniuses in the herd.

(never did figure out how she got in there)

That's a good one Bill. How did you get her out? Love the look on her face. :lol:

i just walked up to the hay rack and picked it up. after it got high enough, she thought about it for a second and walked out.

here is another picture of the incident. makes me think of the line from Alice's Restaurant "and they all moved away from me on the bench..."

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Some pictures taken from on top of the short grain leg this morning. This was the wettest piece of property I planted this spring and it sure shows from up above

Wow...i figured more of Maryland was paved!

Ahhhh come on now!!! Haha

Plenty of it is, but if you know where you're going you can still find a right good many cornfields too.

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Hay Season on Sunny Slope Farm, Monroe County, West Virginia...

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Farm related because it was a farm truck.

This was inherited by a friend. It was his grandfathers. It's parked where his granddad parked it in 1967 right before he died.

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The wooden wheels are in OK shape and 1 tire still has air in it.

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TP thanks, sm420 4 speed, 4.56 gears, Detroit lockers, 383 stroker, 6" super lift, 35" boggers on 16.5x12 Mickey Thompsons. Was a rust free truck from Montana, took 3 years to restore. Sadly I got in a pinch and sold it, it's somewhere in Minnesota now. It was a heck of a lot of fun to drive, lots of comments and thumbs up, thanks for looking.

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Well, here's a corn picture. This was tornado-warned a ways south of me about the time this was taken.

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And since I only saw one other thing flying in this thread, F-22 Power Loop at Offutt AFB Open House a couple days ago.

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My favorite from this spring. We were trying to figure out what to do with about 4 swaths of triticale standing and a storm bearing down on us.

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clay seia that picture of the corn field and the impending weather is awesome.

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My son a couple year ago had just asked me, "Dad is this your UPS?" He was referring to my planter monitor and meant a GPS!!

TW

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clay seia that picture of the corn field and the impending weather is awesome.

X 2 That picture belongs in National Geographic !!!

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My son a couple year ago had just asked me, "Dad is this your UPS?" He was referring to my planter monitor and meant a GPS!!

TW

How 'bout some more pics of your tractor. I'd like to see your hydraulic levers.

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A band of light between two heavy fog banks on 446 in Indiana on my way to work one morning. I've always thought the fog in the trees and valleys around here looked adventurous and other worldly.

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Red spring wheat looking good here this morning. Across the creek the canola is blooming nicely. It might make a decent crop yet.

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clay seia that picture of the corn field and the impending weather is awesome.

Right place, right time! I'm not sure I have ever been on such a well defined dividing line between a nice calm sunset and a violent storm.

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Since it was 90deg. and muggy here yesterday, I thought I would post this from last winter to cool down a little. :D

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^^ I'd rather forget that. :lol:

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Can you guess a hobby of mine when I'm not farming or repairing?

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Knitting?.......

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