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jbirch 40666 163 Baling Wheat either
Baling Wheat
806 IH hooked to a 664 NH round baler. Baling the wheat off
the tobacco patch before it is broke.
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Jarrod

Looks if you have nice scale models and setup

Roy Chapin
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Thanks. It ought to be as much time and money is in it. At
least I havent had to buy the biggest part of the tractors,
etc. :-P :-D
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Jarrod

Yes, I can tell by the photo's you have lots of time and
money invested, but it worth the effort. My daughter has
one set up in our basement on a 4'x 8' plywood sheet and we
continue to add to it till we now have the farm covered in
buildings and improvements with now not much room for
farming

Roy :-D
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Just one more question. What are the windrows of hay made
of?

Roy
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I got some pipe cleaners and put three of them together and
then twisted them at the ends. Cheap and easy.
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I really like that 806 Jarrod.:-D

Lance
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