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OptiPhil 72160 158 Bogged 9600 combine either
Bogged 9600 combine
It took 2 wreckers, a tractor and a backhoe to get this out!
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Took them half a day to get it out. The backhoe had to dig
the soil away from the combine rear axle.
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what the bloody hell was they doing with a combine in those
conditions?it looks like the sort of fields we have in
northern lincolnshire at the moment(very wet)
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well this picture is obviously american and in america they
do this sort of thing for fun cos thay are maad
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I understand the need to cut in the mud. In fact, I have
cut in quite a bit of it myself. What I don't understand
though, it looks like all the rest of the ground around the
combine is really firm. There are no ruts in the field
behind him. Both wreckers are on top of the ground. Did he
find the only mud hole in the area?
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Hi case driver,

which part of north lincolnshire are you from??? i used to
do a bit of farming round there.
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DEERE 6320,
I FARM AROUND THE TETNEY AREA OF NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE,CLOSE TO
GRIMSBY OUTSKIRTS,WE HAVE AN 1000 ACRE MIXED FARM,USING JOHN
DEERE MACHINERY,TAKE A LOOK AT SOME OF THE PHOTOGRAPHS OF
OUR MACHINERY,IN THE JOHN DEERE TRACTORS/COMBINE
SECTION.CASE DRIVER 18/11/03
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Ha! look at the 'tractor' they are using!!
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