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denwiem 223659 1 Poland Agroturistika either
Poland Agroturistika
This summer we went for summer holidays to Poland. We stayed
for 2 weeks on an Agroturistika farm in Jedwabne, near Lomza
in de Bialystok region. The aim was enjoying nature,
watching farms and machinery, bycicling, nice food and beer.
The farm was close to the Biebrza wetland, where farmers can
do haymaking in dry periods. It's a poor region with less
modern machinery. Farm are very small. Soil quality is very
poor.
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hi do you have more pic's of your holiday? and olsa pic's
from the farmers over there

sorry for my bad englisch :-[
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Last year when I was in Poland they told me that you can
rent the fields there for €1,- a hectare in a year. Almost
nothing. But You only use it for cattle. I've been working
for 3 months in the North west of Poland, the soil there was
very good. Look on this link:
http://www.farmphoto.com/photography/message.asp?mid=114853

Here you can see all my photos I made in Poland.
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Haymaking in de wetlands of the Biebrza marshes, at the end
of july. After cutting, they leave the gras for
approximately 5-6 day withouth turning it. Just for
pressing, they bring it toghether. In winter, you can't see
any meadow. It's all under water. Biebrza marshes covers an
area from 5-15km wide, by 120km long.Impressive !
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For Degryse, je mag het ook in't schoon Vlaams vragen hé.
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Combining with typical Bizon and old Claas in the
background.
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Combining aots. Hauling with old Ursus C360 (You almost only
see Ursus C-330 or C-360 in this region). Loading capacity
±3 tons. Very difficult to drive in rear into the barns.
Rendement 2,5-4 ton/ha.
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Combining oats.
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Bizon combine (I don't know what type exactly). Header
±4,2m. 5 straw-walkers. The cleaning of the grain is quite
good, but the reliability of this machines is very poor.

Van deze maaidorser ga ik verder geen foto's meer posten. Ik
denk dat er hiervan ondertussen al wel enkele duizenden op
farmphoto te vinden zijn, vanuit alle mogelijke invalshoeken
gefotografeerd...
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Combining at the old way. I estimate that still 5-10% is
still combined at this way in this region of Poland.
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august 2005. Jedwabne - Poland.
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Polish farm. In front of the barn, you can see an old
stationary combining machine, that has to be attached to an
electric motor or to a tractor with belts. This kind of
machines or still be used to combine the harvest in winter.
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MF combine from a local contractor. Ursus tractor in the
background.
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Vladimiresh. Common tractor on small farms in Poland.
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combining at the old way
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Agroturistikal farm. Nice stay, nice meals, nice prices,
nice holidays.
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meadows in Jedwabne
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Milk-cows.Nearly 95% of milk-cows in this region are
Holstein.
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Idyllic polish farm (Jedwabne - Bronaki)
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Landscape near Nikolaiky. Sniardwy lake in the Mazurian lake
district. Biggest natural lake in Europe.
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Landschape near Nikolaiky, Mazurian Lake District.
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Landscape in the Mazurian Lake District. Cereals are mostly
oats and rye. Sometimes tricale. Weath is quite rare in this
region. Unless there a lot of small hills, I've never see
hill-side combines. Not easy to combine with a normal
machine.
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White Storcks, typical birds in meadows.
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