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Allan Dairy Choppers
After doing our corn for a few years with a pull type and taking two weeks we decided in 2002 to get these guys to help us, which took two days! We helped out with our own truck.
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Coming through the middle
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Packing the bunker with two tractors, Allan's Valtra and our own 8970
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Doug's Volvo
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Yup, i'm pretty sure it was Doug who found this wet spot... ;-)
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The Kenworth wouldnt pull it so the chopper had to come help
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Starting a second pile after the bunker was full
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why do you have painted the green dots in the photos ???
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What do you mean? Maybe you should stop smoking weed.. :-P
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I agree with Michiel, dont see any dots or remember putting them there, did you clean your glasses today? :-P
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you now what stik is like he all ways finds the wey spot :-D
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Nice pictures, how many tons were you doing?
When and why did you switch to bales vs loose silage?

Looks like you had a good crop of corn there, don't see too much of it in my area.

Looks like both the chopper operator and Volvo driver should have been paying more attention to their surroundings, he should have been following the chopper there... But I won't hassle anyone too much, there's a lot going on when loading on the run, especially in a truck cab.

Always nice/interesting to see when multiple members know/work with each other in person. Same as Gerard/Franke/Claussens, etc.

-Josh
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As always, very nice photos :-)

And....no green spots showing up on my screen either! Maybe he sneezed on his screen?:-P
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Josh: I think we did about 200 acres that year, We switched our herd from a very intensive TMR, high production goal to a low cost, more profit goal. So instead of feeding lots of grain, soybeans, sunflower, cottonseed, alfalfa, and corn and getting 40 liter average production, now the cows are on pasture with a lower production, lower input costs, no vet costs but healthier animals have resulted, and in turn a more profitable herd. Now we feed the cows for about 6 months of the year with dry and silage bales.

If you wanna teach those drivers a lesson, maybe direct it at them!
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