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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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Just a few of mine... my 460 diesel isn't in the picture or my 886 

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For Trade:  IH tractor and 8 row corn planter.  Will trade for rice planter and water buffalo.  Prefer one with wide hooves for better flotation.  Contact #allrainedout.

Anybody heard yet if the EPA is going to be basing the new Wetland definitions on 2019 land use surveys?   I bet they are thinking about it....

I just heard that the G'vmt is passing a real nice farm aid package because of the tariffs.  Thats real smart....they can brag about how much they are doing for farmers, but won't have to actually pay hardly any of it....since its probably based on acres planted/bushels grown this year!  

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Just finished corn this evening. Here's a few from this spring and my completely restored and rebuilt Kinze twin line. Last picture is what we did for the first few weeks when the planter should have been rolling but the rain on the shop roof put us to sleep!

 

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Yes I had it on ag talk. Most likely it isn't going anywhere. Going to give the cab a good work over this summer, I have new doors for it with seals, dust still makes it's way into the cab. I think I'll treat it to a 3LM turbo also. It's a **** of a tractor. 

And the 706 is far from stock. I have a write up on here about its transformation. 

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I had the last 35 acres of corn all ready to plant a week ago and was going to plant it Memorial Day, but got over 2" of rain Sunday night and Monday and was wet all week. Yesterday was finally dry enough to do something with the  fields but there was about an inch crust on top and then very wet under that. I didn't really want to field cultivate it again so got the old trusty 5 section drag out and hooked it to the 706. It did a pretty nice job breaking it up. Sometimes the old machinery is good to have around. Hope to plant it tomorrow. Some neighbors still have 400 acres of corn to plant so may help them out then on to soybeans. 

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6 minutes ago, nate said:

Dad mudded in the first of the beans today a few pics.    Put some tile in the other night and brother disked in some manure on corn stubble

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I got the last corn finished about an hour ago. Here's a picture of the 5288 and the 950 12 row Cyclo when I was filling it with seed.

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FINALLY went to the field yesterday.  I'll get more pics when we get more equipment out.  No-tilled some corn in wet ground, started working what we could.  I'll post more pics when we get more equipment out.

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Keeping caught right up lol. One right behind the other.... not bad for a one man band!

All 4 rigs in field today,  grabbed a pic.

Tree in the way with jus a couple rounds left to plant. I put it off, moving tree  as long as I could....

 

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