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Sharp old Paystar!

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52 minutes ago, Vinny407 said:

Trying to do some beans when we get a clear day5BD9B5F4-9BDF-471F-B3A1-7BE8FB430227.thumb.jpeg.f71632fbcfa786ac5e082ebc9b112925.jpegAA8E0629-970D-4285-BB49-2B3D6959B0EB.thumb.jpeg.fed25a496274154096cbab2190f850ad.jpeg0CBF6D24-5042-4EF4-88D9-4204AEDA26F1.thumb.jpeg.256066732caa928bbf4c4dff52bc7340.jpeg

Welcome to the forum. Nice looking Paystar.

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On 10/21/2019 at 9:46 AM, ihrondiesel said:

How does the 5488 do on the DMI 527? Just curious what speed you pull it, if it does OK or has its hands full, what depth. 

it does fairly well, last night i was going in Med 3, at 5.4 MPH at 11.5 inches deep.  I have heavy black clay loam, and the tractor wasnt working all that hard

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Harvest 2019.  This is one of the latest starts on harvest I can recall.  The yields have been good to this point on corn and beans.  The early corn is fairly dry.  The june planting is 25-35%.  A few nice days will wrap up beans for many.  Corn harvest is going to drag on for a long time as very few have started.  We generally figure to be done with harvest on halloween.  Not even going to be close this year.  Maybe thanksgiving.

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On the down hill slide on corn....only 15 acres to go but got rained out.  After the terrible start this spring I'm very happy with my corn,  beans were average.

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First picture was last Saturday night.

2nd picture was last Sunday morning

Raking up bean straw past Wednesday.

Picking up bean stubble bales Thursday night and setting them on the "84 S-1900 in the background. 466 with a 10 spd Roadranger. Has a 20" flatbed. Stack them 3 high, and 3 wide. Will hold 21 bales.

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Our beans averaged 60, corn just over 200......thrilled considering the year, as Mark said above....

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6 hours ago, billonthefarm said:

Harvest 2019.  This is one of the latest starts on harvest I can recall.  The yields have been good to this point on corn and beans.  The early corn is fairly dry.  The june planting is 25-35%.  A few nice days will wrap up beans for many.  Corn harvest is going to drag on for a long time as very few have started.  We generally figure to be done with harvest on halloween.  Not even going to be close this year.  Maybe thanksgiving.

And here are the pics!  

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8 minutes ago, billonthefarm said:

And here are the pics!  

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Looks like IH heaven to me! Awesome lineup of 66’s and everything else too! 

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Got plow to work better.

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The old Cub finishing up the final fall work. It mowed my 5 acre yard for the final time this year. Then we dropped the mowed deck and mounted the plow and wheel weighs and plowed up our little garden. Next weekend we will mount the snow plow and be ready for winter. Not bad for a tractor that is 70 years old.

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On 10/27/2019 at 2:48 PM, billonthefarm said:

And here are the pics!  

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Great pics!    I do have to ask.    Is the weather there ever crappy?    Seems like all your pics over the years look like ideal conditions with great crops.    We seem to fight the weather here in MN quite often.  

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On 10/27/2019 at 5:40 PM, russ600 said:

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Great looking 650D!

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Nice 1680.

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I appreciate seeing all of these photos.

Thanks for taking the time to share them.

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This isn't my tractor but rather a friend with his 1950's TD14-141 series with a ATECO dozer blade that has had an Orchard Machinery shaker head mounted on the front with a 10 foot boom for shaking walnuts.  Hence the large hydraulic tank that's mounted behind the fuel tank. Very much the same shaker head  as Tony uses on his almonds. But much more fun up on steep hill. The trees in the pictures are rather small compared to many. I will try to get more pictures of the walnut harvest as the next steps are taken.

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I help my uncle out once in a while as he needs it. His normal help was gone one Saturday a couple weeks ago and I did some hauling to the bins for him. There is some off color stuff here also as he went to high school with the owner of the (now) AGCO dealership that sold the AC’s. The Super C has been on the farm since the 1950’s and run grain auger ever since there was one on the farm. It’s slow, but it isn’t my operation. 

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Our 1680, this is our 21st crop with it. Still my favorite thing to do on the farm is combining corn. Corn is wet yet, stays around 25%.KIMG1223.jpg.3c0afc80743ed3686b1e9e2385a273d8.jpg

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Nice looking 1680.....that head has seen some corn.....shines like a mirror!!!!

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