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MOUNTVIC 496125 309 John Deere 8320 either
John Deere 8320
John Deere 8320 with Rome disk.

I took the following photos about 5 weeks ago.
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Last photo.
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I wonder what they are discing ground like this Tony? Looks to be a pretty good prepared seedbed already.
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the same question as TasCowboy
or was it on a demo?


and this is a very nice tractor, how much Hp does it have?
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nice pics

Luciano
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Maybe rediscing it to incorporate some spray aplication...
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Guys I taught the same thing.

Thank you Luciano.

I believe that they were going to seed edible beans in this field.

Will have to verify this, next time we are down there.

sierens a John Deere 8420 has 235 hp.

Tony
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Tony, a very nice combination Deere and Rome. Do you have any photo of edible beans, cause I would like to know them (we haven´t been introduced, jaja)
regards,
Victor
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Guys after looking carefully at these photos, I have a guess. It could be calcium carbonate they added to the field and they have to incorporate it. I see some kind of white dust.
regards,
Victor
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Maybe they were incorporating chemical or fertilizer / lime, but I would have thought tynes would do a better job, esp just prior to seeding. Even harrows are good for incorporating herbicides, alot less HP to pull too ;-)
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Victor,

here are a few photos of the beans, that were taken today 11/10/07.

The first photos were taken on 09/29/07, so the beans were planted around the end of September.
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Maybe they were incorporating fertilizer.

They certainly won't overwork the soil for pleasure, those are not hobby farmers.

Tony
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seems like a little disc for that big tractor, but a nice one nonetheless
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Thanks Scott.

This is not your typical set of disks, those Rome disks are quite heavy. If they could they sure could, they sure would pull a wider set of disks.
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Tony, thanks for the photos! are those edible beans for human or animal consumption? are they harvested with combines as soy, or they use a special equipment to harvest them?
regards
Victor
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It’s a pleasure Victor.

The beans are for human consumption and are harvester with a harvester like the one on the above photo.

Tony
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Tony very interesting machine, it´s kind of a combine.
regards,
Victor
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Victor,

Here is a link to manufacturer's website:

http://www.oxbocorp.com/index.html
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The tractor on the photos is a 8320 and not a 8420.

A 8320 has 215 hp on the PTO.

Tony
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