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nikolop 430610 77 wheat harvest either
wheat harvest
Wheat harvest begun but the yields are from 3000kg/ha to 5200kg/ha last year was from 4000kg/ha to 7000kg/ha.
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CX880 with MAN 19-422
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in belgium it's 8000 to 10000kg/ ha. when it's a good year, and you have a bit of luck, you even can harvest 11 000kg :-)
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its depending from the sort of wheat, tapidor is one of the best sorts for having kilo's in good seasons it goes around 13000 kilo/hc
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Tommy gave 10 tons last year. as baking wheat. Maybe they don't have that kind of classification elsewhere?
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hey guys in belgium and the other northern countries
it's raining every week here in Greece the weather was
dry from November to April
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Nikolop, 5200kg not are a bad yielding, here we are having a good spring and the crops are very good but i don´t hope to reach an average yielding of 4500kg. I wish you a good harvest.
I would like to have flat fields with high content in organic material, without stones and a precipitation of 1000mm/year :-(
Tom, Woulter, Schizo,you are very lucky having this yieldings, i´m thinking about changing my nationality...
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Great photos Nikolop :-)
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Luisito wrote:
Tom, Woulter, Schizo,you are very lucky having this yieldings, i´m thinking about changing my nationality...

You don't want to change your nationality to Belgium or Dutch, don't even think about it;-)
The yields might be higher, but the price of the land will be a lot higher as well, it all ends up with about the same prices once you add and subtract everything.
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Thats right Rony; there are + & - of farming throughout the various parts of the world.

The land prices throughout parts of Western Europe must be astronomical, so I guess thats why farmers look elsewhere (IE Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Eastern Europe,etc).

As I mentioned here before we have had a few farmers from England, Ireland & Holland relocate to Tasmania over the past 7-8 years, to escape the red tape & regulations + the high land prices.
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I was joking, this is not a good terrain but, as all the farmers around the world, we are happy in our country, but with 9000kg/ha of wheat you only need a third part of earth, that means less costs and the same grain.
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