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  1. Scott!

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    That was my takeaway from the story as well. ?
  2. How did they harvest rice back then?
  3. A grain binder, unless I'm missing something. The very thing that started it all for International Harvester.
  4. We always use our fist for determining the size of a bear when checking baits. If it's pads are larger than your fist then it's worth hunting.
  5. He finally figured out your pattern and came early!
  6. Diesel was $3.499 at all the truck stops at Rockton Rd/South Beloit!!!
  7. If he has his applicatos license than he would know there are multiple options to reduce the potential for drift. Just because a field was sprayed doesn't mean there will be off target application.
  8. I'm guessing you never sprayed yourself.
  9. I would take a look at the AgTalk classifieds.
  10. It's nearly impossible to kill slugs because they only come out at night. My SUPER full tillage buddy had slugs a few times. He top dressed potash at midnight a couple times. It definitely killed some slugs, but not sure where the economic thresholds were met. Either way you needed to add potash eventually. LOL
  11. Works for me. Tried the plant green deal this year. Yes, tillage destroys slug habitat. I found some slug damage this year, but not enough to scare me.
  12. It worked out alright last night!
  13. I follow a guy on Snapchat that uses this stuff. He's a little crude for some on this site, but he did some videos on how to polish treadplate. https://goshineon.com/products/time2shine-detail-kit
  14. That's actually the first thing that came to mind when we started talking about this Saturday!
  15. Does anyone have any experience with going in circles? If not, this thread will not make any sense. I am thinking about building a ride height gauge for our hot rod. I'm getting REALLY sick of crawling under the car and using a tape measure to measure ride height. It really becomes problematic when subtracting the 2 1/2" height of the scales. Something about subtracting 2 1/2" from 9 3/16" makes my brain hurt when I'm standing on my head reading a tape measure. I'm thinking of using something like a linear scale (like the digital readout (DRO) on a mill/lathe) or one of these digital caliper looking things. https://www.rockler.com/igaging-6-minimag-magnetic-fractional-digital-height-gauge?country=US&sid=V91040&promo=shopping&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&utm_term=&utm_content=&utm_campaign=PL&gclid=Cj0KCQjw4cOEBhDMARIsAA3XDRipgPrLcwmK0X6qEqI8DIukcAS87tsH7JhFEOZvMzYQp2ato2uH2OsaAgdgEALw_wcB I like the idea that something digital can be zeroed out at 2.5" to account for the scale height. (or whatever your scale height is, but most people are using Longacre scales in my experience) In my dream world I will have all four measurements on one screen like the scale head. You can check your weight/cross and ride height all in one spot without standing on your head all night long. Adjust cross, check ride height, adjust height, measure cross, adjust cross...you get it. The circle never ends. Sorry no major question, just looking to start a discussion and see if anyone has any suggestions/better methods.
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