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andy21 490955 81 the View from my Gleaner 2007 either
the View from my Gleaner 2007
here we have an 'up hill' shot i will apologise for the poor quality as they are all taken on the go from me cab.:-[
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the View from my Gleaner 2007
comb shot
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the View from my Gleaner 2007
other side
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shot across the creek of my father harvesting
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the View from my Gleaner 2007
dad unloading into a bulk bin
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the View from my Gleaner 2007
me unloading
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had to put this one in a nice steep spot that makes the tools slide in the cab and wakes you out of a sleep!;-) im across the creek harvesting on more level ground:-[
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view of the barley crop, yielding about 2-3t HA varies from paddock to paddock.
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Nice work Andy, thanks for sharing them with us ;-)
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AHHHH at last it works again spent the last 15 mins with the usual error message that plagues this site it needs to be fixed its driving me insane. Was gunna post all these last night but got nowhere fast!

now here is a pic of our carrier arriving for a load of grain.;-)
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the View from my Gleaner 2007
and the truckie leaving fully loaded with 43 t of barley destened for ABB Ardrossan some 40 km away:-)
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some local residents (kangaroos) come for a look
i do apologise for this shot as the windows of the cab were becoming dusty and the camera was trying to zoom in on that not the scenery in front:-[
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last one for today.
Many have asked me why we dont go spotlighting foxes and this photo shows why above that 20ft drop is a flat cropping area suddenly the ground drops. we have many of these spots around the farm at our dry creek crossings.

Stu if you read this can you please look into this error message telling me about your request timing out.It has drove me insane tonight and last night especially trying to open my thread to load photos. Im guessing its why there has been a recent decline in photos on here?:-\
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Great photos. Do you have txo Gleaner combines off thesame model?
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@Stark1,yes both R72s
dads is the newer one a 2002 silver series
mine a 1996 model(slightly worn out!)
will get some better ones when the weather improves. must go now severe thunderstorms are closing in:-( getting a bit loud here!
andy D
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Nice shots Andy_D!
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nice pictures Andy !
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thanks fellas harvesting will be at a stand still for a few days as we had about 3 mm overnight. we need the moisture level to be 13.5 % in barley to deliver it. the storms were plenty of noise not much rain/hail thankfully.
Andy
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can you please explain to me where you live Andy, cause I find it interesting to know where the different farming areas are
located in the world. You can also geocode your photos on this site. I've been twice to the US and would like to visit your country too once.
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Hi Andy, nice pics. Is the harvesting season taking place at this moment? And how many hectares is your areal barley?
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