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  1. Got all the side dressing done yesterday. Thought I'd throw up a couple pics of the 14 getting her new work clothes dirty.
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  2. Targeting the big boys while largeheads and catfish spawn here. We dont usually target wiper from shore. But we decided go after a few lately. Can't say this one was even close to the biggest of the day. But i didnt have my phone to take pictures of all the ficchy heads.
    2 points
  3. Making hay in the Netherlands. Windrow the sides of land for getting the green pieces grass out of the corners.
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  4. The only field work done by me involves a small garden and mowing, so here are a couple of pictures of my team of red mowers.
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  5. Well, I pregged fall cows and weaned fall calves Wednesday. Preggin' didn't go so well. 18% open. Not a good year but vet says herds have been running 35% with one big herd 65% open. It was 4,5,7,8,9,11,13 year olds, so spread across age groups. The cows over 10 don't bother me so much as they are needing to go down the road anyway but it hurts to take them out of the middle of the herd. "They" say fall cows are tougher to get bred than spring calvers. I dunno, I've always had pretty good luck usually running around 8 - 12% opens. Some years are like this one I guess. Just keep a few more heifers back. I can't complain, cows have been pretty good to me over the years. On the flip side the calves weaned real well. All came up to eat pellets out of the bunk on the first day, were real quiet and not spooky at all. Oh, they hollered for momma the first night and the next morning but it is quieting down out there now the cows are ready to go back out to pasture probably this weekend. The dogs were happy, they always like it when I am doing something with cows or calves and all I have say in the morning is "lets go feed calves" and they about push me out of the house. ?
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  6. Definitely some flooded spots here that will drown out but that is an ok trade off for saving the rest of the field. I got it done without getting stuck. Oats looking very good. Canola pretty fair on mine but there are a lot of canola fields that are terrible. Big bare areas with nothing and then a patch of canola almost at the bolting stage already. Later emerging plants are a month behind the early parts of the field. I'm surprised some of them were not written off and re-planted. Got some video of the oats spraying yesterday.
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  7. Then I had to give it a bath.
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  8. I have used our 966 on the case ih 8570 , but was careful when turning down hill on the sidehills, we normally use the 1486 or the 5488.
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  9. The boss road with me custom bush hogging
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  10. Not exactly working yet... Got the haybine serviced and hooked up last night for the first time. Need to replace a hose and figure out how to adjust the clearence on the conditioner rolls before I do any serious cutting
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  11. The new planter worked well this spring. (Other than the predicted marker difficulties). Seems to have put in a real nice stand of soybeans ? No, I haven't gotten the hang of end rows yet?
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  12. How about pics of the One weekend of summer that we've had this year:
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  13. Had to grind some feed last night. SM on the auger, 826 Hydro on the grinder, and the good old 400 on the wagon.
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  14. .......one of the (my) early ''hunting trucks "........in a bit of a sweat..... Had several old trucks like this......American pickups..............here are some different ones.......Nash. Buick Rugby Chevrolet...x2 Mike
    1 point
  15. 1456 doing some rut filling and woods edge tillage. 1086 planting corn, 1086 is new to me this year.
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  16. Mudding a few more beans in yesterday.
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  17. Getting ready to go to pasture with some pairs?
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  18. I'm pretty much a big timer I now have more than 1 cattle, I have 2 now, and a goat
    1 point
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