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  1. 8 minutes ago, brahamfireman said:

    I just instinctively assumed this thing was east of 35, lots of places over there that could fit the farm description. 

    No, this one is actually only about 10 miles from me!

    I hear some rumors about a 1066, 1468, and other possible IH’s at a place east of 35, I may have to investigate that place

  2. 5 hours ago, DT Fan said:

    Taht's about what they're predicting for Friday.

    Guy coming to look at the A.C. in the combine tomorrow...

    Just got in from taking some more beans out, yep needed the a/c in the combine yet up here too! 

  3. 5 hours ago, DT Fan said:

    Checked my corn yesterday, two fields under 18%, others 24-25%. By the time I have the combine ready those low fields should be about perfect. Get them done then switch to beans, hopefully the stems have dried by then. Beans are plenty dry but those stems....

    Thursday and Friday morning we will be in the low 20’s, I would think that would put you around 30, wouldn’t it?

  4. 6 hours ago, brahamfireman said:

    Hand shelled 29% a week ago on the sand by Grasston. Gunna be a few weeks I think before corn starts.

    Started beans tonite, 12.7-13.5.

    After Thursday and Friday morning, corn should shed some more moisture, I see the overnight lows going down to 23* and 25*   That should kill the plant the rest of the way, and start really drying out the corn

  5. 55 minutes ago, IH Forever said:

    This was 19 - 21%. 103 day corn, 1st planted, and on light soil. Most isn’t that dry yet.

    I think we have some corn that is close to 20-25% but overall, we aren’t there yet either 

  6. 44 minutes ago, IH Forever said:

    Soybeans aren’t quite ready for us. But did take out some early corn on Thursday. Stay safe this harvest season.

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    What are you seeing for moisture on the corn? You stay safe as well!

  7. 2 hours ago, bitty said:

    Good luck and have a safe harvest. Our beans are close but we are getting showers and rain really often now.....

    Unfortunately, it sounds like after next week, we might have weekly storm patterns moving through for 2-3 weeks.  We don’t need that now! 

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  8. 10 hours ago, Sledgehammer said:

    Nice pic. Best of luck for a good, safe harvest!

     

    Thank you! Normally my phone doesn’t take good night pictures, but somehow it worked last night?! But it’s funny how it was a lot darker when I took the picture, it somehow looks brighter in the picture?!

     

    6 hours ago, sandhiller said:

    That is a great pic.

    Good luck with harvest!

    Thanks Jeff!! If you find yourself bored, you can take the tanker off the Pete, and come pull hopper?!😬

     

    4 hours ago, mike newman said:

    .....picture placed in the wrong place   !!!!    Very nice photo

    Mike

    I suppose you are correct?!🤦🏼‍♂️  I can add it there, or is it to late?! 😬🤷🏻‍♂️

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  9. 7 hours ago, hardtail said:

    Is there a lot of crop farming without bins? Gotta think you would be at the mercy of the markets having to sell immediately?

    Yes, there are many farms, not so much in my area, but many farms a majority of their crop hits an elevator in the fall.  Maybe they store it at the elevator, but if that’s the case, even their storage is no longer available.

    Bins are a very expensive thing to put up, but in our case, we have about 180,000 bushels of storage on our farm.  Mainly because we are busy hauling everyone else’s grain in the fall, we don’t have time for our own.  So we need the bins! Plus on years where it’s dry and barge traffic isn’t full to capacity, or the river is high and they can’t load barges, we get to stay home and harvest our own. 

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