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AnonymousUser 10813 371 MX 270 pulling bedder either
MX 270 pulling bedder
Case IH MX270 making beds for planting corn in Arkansas. The
implement is a bedder/roller by Eddins Mfg.

More of my corn planting pics are on my webpage.

My Arkansas rice harvest pics here.
Re: MX 270 pulling bedder
Why do you plant the corn on those beds?

Do all farmers in America that?
Because we in Holland don't, and I haven't seen it elsewhere
in Europe either, so I was wondering....
Re: MX 270 pulling bedder
In the southern United States most corn is planted on beds
for drainage in the early spring and for furrow irrigation
in the summer.

I believe most of the corn in the midwest is planted flat.
Re: MX 270 pulling bedder
Alot of the places here in the Midwest are now going minimum
till (ridge till) or no till. Our farm in Nebraska we use
ridge till which saves moisture and allows furrow
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