ChrisNY

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About ChrisNY

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  • Birthday 05/14/1968

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    Jefferson County ,NY
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    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. ChrisNY

    Plowing In ohio

    Beautiful!
  2. ChrisNY

    CASE 4890

    I had a Scania in a single axle Mack dump truck. What a gutless engine that thing was.
  3. ChrisNY

    Best thing to do with a barney knob

    Never heard them called Barney knobs either. Would be lost without one on the combine.
  4. ChrisNY

    NY

    We can only hope, but unfortunately I do not see it happening because of the democrats in NYC
  5. ChrisNY

    1456 Gold Demo at auction

    Leave it original
  6. ChrisNY

    Chopping corn in the mud

    We are about 1/3 done. Very dry here but that is going to change today😞
  7. ChrisNY

    Malta NY

    Never even heard of Malta🤷🏻‍♂️
  8. ChrisNY

    Supply Management for Milk

    The last thing we need is more government involvement
  9. ChrisNY

    4386 & 4786 install need help

    I have a Red Dot unit in my 4386, not one of the rooftop units but one in the cab.
  10. ChrisNY

    IH 1456 Field Cultivating: Yankee in Texas Sandbox

    Beautiful, looks and sounds great! What size cultivator is it? Pull 6-16” behind my 1456 and is good match
  11. ChrisNY

    No till questions

    Honestly has not been a problem. With that being said, the majority of our corn on corn acres is silage corn so residue is not an issue and our grain ground is corn/bean rotation and have been drilling majority of beans but do a fair share with corn planter and some grain corn on corn some years and have never had an issue with hair pinning. Had fixed row cleaners at one point in time and took them off as they wanted to trench and were constantly jamming up with small stones. I am sure the new clean sweep system would be nice but do not want the extra weight nor the price tag that comes with it. It is imperative that put all new openers every year however.
  12. ChrisNY

    No till questions

    No coulters or row cleaners on our planter, new blades every year, spiked closing wheels with drag chain. Totally tubular applying 30% with S in front of chains, pop-up 10-34-0 through the keetons. Kinze with no issues with trash or residue.
  13. ChrisNY

    No till questions

    Very few slug issues here but have had them on occasion and we are all conventional corn. We do apply liquid manure but not on all ground, only stuff close to home 200 bu corn in corn/bean rotation the stalks are gone by fall.
  14. ChrisNY

    No till questions

    We have been no-till for 11 years now, corn, beans, wheat and alfalfa. Generally spray your burndown in the spring pre-plant however if you have a lot of weed pressure it would not hurt to burndown this fall as well to keep things in control. Even better get a cover crop out there ASAP. As far as lime, spread in fall if possible and it will work itself into the soil profile with rain and snow. If you are serious about no-till do not plow anything. It takes 3-5 years to see the benefits of no-till and every time you work the ground you reset that clock. Cover crops are almost essential to making no-till a success. Feel free to contact me if you wish, lots of no till/cover crop experience, both good and bad and have tried lots of different things and still am fine tuning but got it mostly figured out after 11 years.
  15. ChrisNY

    Surprise Visitor at Ch 33 Summer Show

    Wow, very interesting. Definitely a contact you want to keep