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Was helping a friend with first crop. His 886 with M&W turbo on the blower and my 856 with M&w turbo on the copper box. Yeild wasn't that good for first crop. 8 loads off of 20 Acer's that didn't completely have winter kill.

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This is was last Saturday and so far has been the only place dry enough to work this year.

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11 hours ago, Reichow7120 said:

We're a week or 2 away in my part of Michigan. Only have 40 acres. We only need part of the straw. The rest is sold to a dairy around Battle Creek. They will come with a big square baler and bale the rest.

I was wondering on the quality of this wheat and you confirmed it. May I ask? Did he spray for scab and all that? We did hoping it will help. We got hit hard on our wheat a year ago. If it's going to be like that, i am not looking forward to hauling it to town.:(

The guy I buy from shoots for 100bu/acre wheat. Doesn't skimp on fertilizer, fungicide and all the that. I am assuming he did all that this year, but as wet as it was this spring, he may not have had the chance.

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He told me he was getting discounted $.75/bu for vomitoxin, low test weight, and poor quality. He was pretty bummed about it, and I don't blame him.

on the bright side, guys are offering him up to $100/ton for the straw out of the field, and that was back in April!

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On 7/4/2019 at 4:04 PM, Farmerboy72 said:

Guys around here started Tuesday. I don't grow any, just buy straw from a grower south of me. Use it for bedding when I am feeding cattle out.

from what they are saying, 12-13 moisture. Low quality, vomitoxin, and no test weight, just to add more misery to this year.

 

On 7/4/2019 at 1:30 PM, Reichow7120 said:

You guys doing wheat already?

Started the 4th. Have 68 acres off so far. Terminal checking everyone for vomitoxin. So far mine has been .9 to 1.1. 2% is when this terminal starts to dock. They said yesterday they have got some high vomitoxin load's in but isolated. My test weight been 57. Yield, lol, we won't talk about that. Low 70s. But for as crazy wet as it was I guess it could be worse. They had to fly urea on and also flew fungicide on. Too wet for ground application. Got money in it, hopefully selling the straw will help.

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7 hours ago, ih crazy said:

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Nice pictures. Is that the boss doing the cultivating?

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7 hours ago, ih crazy said:

My 1220, and 900 planters  spraying rig, and was cultivating some late planted corn today. 

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Nice pics! The 826 a demo?   Column looks black on my small phone screen.  

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34 minutes ago, Sledgehammer said:

Nice pictures. Is that the boss doing the cultivating?

Thanks, 4yr old on the seat, and 10yr old nephew out back Tedding hay.

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19 hours ago, IH1066 BlackStripe said:

Hey im interested to see how you have your saddle tanks set up on that i have green snyders on the 1086 to spray and they are set as close to the tractor as they can be also would like to see the tractor looks neat.

 

They are from demco. We bought them  probably 25 years ago for a 5488 mfd. We had to replace the tanks a couple of years ago 

 

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13 hours ago, BLIEK56 said:

They are from demco. We bought them  probably 25 years ago for a 5488 mfd. We had to replace the tanks a couple of years ago 

 

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Is that a John Deere front axle?

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10 hours ago, stronger800 said:

They say it might Not Rain for  the next -4- (consecutive, -4-!) days here in NY.  

 Looks like you have the same Tedder as I do! And the same weather forecast! LOL

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On 7/7/2019 at 9:36 AM, Qc.Can.IH man said:

 Looks like you have the same Tedder as I do! And the same weather forecast! LOL

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On 7/6/2019 at 10:51 PM, stronger800 said:

They say it might Not Rain for  the next -4- (consecutive, -4-!) days here in NY.  

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Looks pretty flat in your part of the state.  I'd say up North, eh?

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14 minutes ago, Wes806 said:

Plowed 1pass got a water leak under hood done till I fix it

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Looks like it is turning over ok. Here it would just be a mud bog

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1 minute ago, Sledgehammer said:

Looks like it is turning over ok. Here it would just be a mud bog

That field has a lot of wet spots still that will have to go around. I guess my friend is going to put in a cover crop to bale then plow it under this fall and hopefully be able tto get in it soon enough next year for corn.

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On 7/8/2019 at 9:34 PM, ihrondiesel said:

Bolted right in? The bolster, I mean. 

I used a metric bolster from a 1981 86 series tractor 

It bolts right in but you have to grind a little on the bolster for the tie rods to turn 

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