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GS 93406 138 Collapsed Machinery Shed either
Collapsed Machinery Shed
On sunday we had a big storm, winds over 100km/h, rain,
power outages, all that fun stuff.

This is my neighbours 3 year old Machinery shed. The part
that is still standing is the shop, but most machinery was
in the part that collapsed. The roof lifted up turned and
came down.
Machnery in the shed when it collaped and damage.
John Deere 8410, roof of the shed on its roof...
John Deere 8210, overhead door on the hood, and the roof is
damaged
John Deere 7400, Roofdamaged, 1 window broken, wall on hood
John Deere combine, holding up most of the roof right now,
seemed alright.
Nuhn Manure tank, no damage, holding up the roof
40ft JD Cultivator, seemed ok...
JD plater, seems ok, may need new markers
Gravity boxes and grainbuggies are damaged a bit.
7 furrow GB plow was untouched
John Deere 544 Loader, old POS, no more damaged that it was
before
A very small tractor was under a wall...

The tractors went to the Deere dealer yesterday, planting of
corn will start soon, so they have to hurry and get stuff
fixed.
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Re: Collapsed Machinery Shed
photo's of the machinery?
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Re: Collapsed Machinery Shed
This was a corncrib on our farm accross the road from the
shed above.

This building was sitting on a concrete pad where those
bales are, the building ROLLED onto the hayfield, the wall
that was on the right side is now on the far left side in
the picture. I was going to tear it down this year,
yesterday I cleaned it up so the hay can grow and put it in
a big pile where the concrete pad is, the bales I took to
the home farm.
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Re: Collapsed Machinery Shed
This picture shows a tree that fell over hit another tree
and one of our houses, no major damage was done to the
house.
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Re: Collapsed Machinery Shed
Sorry, no pictures of the machinery, these pictures were
taken by my sister while I was fixing a wash controller in
the milk parlour that was damaged from powerspikes when the
power went out, I just quickly walked through the rubble
when waiting for the milk parlour technician to show up.
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