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denwiem 183033 75 JD to Baltimore either
JD to Baltimore
Two JD's harvesters spotted today on the parking of the
highway E40 in Leuven. Harvesters on transport from
Zweibrucken (Germany) to the harbor of Zeebrugge (Belgium),
to be shipped to the US
Re: JD to Baltimore
9660 WTS
Re: JD to Baltimore
If someone has already seen his new harvester, or if he
knows the one who'll become the lucky owner, let us know !
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I was asking if the delivery wouldn't be too late for the
harvest season. Somebody knows when harvest starts in
Baltimore ?
Re: JD to Baltimore
Ik ben met pa op de fabriek gewees in zweibrucken.. 4 jaar
terug was heel erg mooi daar:-D
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Baltimore is the harbor of destination. Grain harvest is
probably in progress or over there being in the South. These
combines will be taken into Canada (northern Manitoba and
Watrous, Saskatchewan.) Haven't been as far north as Swan
River, but am familiar with Watrous. Harvest there shouldn't
be till around early or mid August I would think. We usually
harvest around second-third week in August and we're alot
farther south.
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do you know where in manitoba? i have a uncle in winnipeg

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ACS, john deere!!!, Swan River is along the Saskatchewan
border about 400km west and 200km north of Winnipeg. I would
think it is close to the bush as they call it (forest). I
think it's in a more moist area that forms a large arch
from Winnipeg across the northern prairies and along the E
slope of the Rockies. These areas are more moist and have
more livestock so a walker machine is more desireable.
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