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2nd part,cutting timothe
end of july 07,east of Bowden Alberta CN
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from top of the roof,last two shots
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some canola nearby,this quater (64 ha) is splitt into three fields,32 ha in timothe,16 in canola and 16 in barley.
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needs the power
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1 min.videoclip

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wow, exelent shots jdeere! i realy like the older john deere tractors, specialy the 4000 series!
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me too,the movie works now. :-)
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I can only agree with you Geoff!
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next
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tall crop
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the moco can hardly be seen any more.
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the Hesston moco
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now,from inside the cab again.
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Nice photos jdeere!

Geoff and Ziko I shoud be able to take some photos of John Deere 4000 series tractor next week, and I coud post some on here.

Tony
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g'day jdeere, thats a very good looking crop just wondering how fast you could drive when you were cutting?
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g'day jdeere, thats a very good looking crop just wondering how fast you could drive when you were cutting?
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johndeerenut wrote:
g'day jdeere, thats a very good looking crop just wondering how fast you could drive when you were cutting?


we drove about 11km/h the most when it was light,but only 7-8 in the heavy parts to make sure the rollers do a good job.
we could of been going a lot faster,guess up to 20 cause its only 12' 6".
in the 1st part i mentionet that it has diff. rollers wich are pressed with air bags together(saves 2-3 days in drying time)
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fueling up again
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back in the field again
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out the rhs window
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out the left front
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800 meters ahed
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verry heavy here,only 2m wide,due to overlapping with ferterlizer.
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great photos jdeere, looks a bit boring to me though, such a big square field
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well Gerbert,thats why this field is cut in half,usually one piece is 64 ha's in western Canada.
but for a few days only its okay.
i only did about 28 ha's.
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