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Great group of pictures.

Where were they taken and when. The photo I attached was
taken in Illinois USA picking corn this past November.

Have a great day.

BOB Q.:-)
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The picture came from www.hollandharvesting.com 2003 season.
Taken in North Dakota :-\
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I couldn't help myself I had to put some green in the reply.

Thanks for the info. on the web site. Was very interesting
and had great pictures. Looks great for a summer job but I
am over the hill. But I did run the 9600 this fall and had
a great time doing it. :-)
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Hey,
i really enjoy lookin at those green pics! We have a
9600 and love it. How many combines and semis do you
operate? What are you average yields and do you grow only
corn and beans? Do you only run those two grain carts that
look like the hold about 550 bu.? Also are those carts
enough to keep up with those two corn eating monsters? It
looks like you run 12 on the sts and 8 on the 9600 have you
ever ran 12 on the 9600?

thanks,
BG
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HI BG:
We run three trucks and two grain carts. One day this fall
in corn we had a close run and combined 27,000 bushels. I
was running the eight row and the moniter said I was
combining 1200 bu per hour. The corn was running about 225
bushel per acres. Never had 12 rows on the 9600.
Having fun driving the green machines after working for
John Deere 28 plus years. Oh yes befor JD I farmed for 15
years. :-)
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in what way did you work for john deere bob?
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