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mcmanigal 94436 311 Meeting either
A visiting neighbor triggers a "fertilizer meeting" and
it looks like it is getting pretty deep. A pair of John
Deere's stopped at a corner...a 8760 in front followed
by a 8430, plowing south of Dufur, Oregon. In the background
is Mt Jefferson. ;-)
Re: Meeting
Do you moldboard all of your wheat land? Looks very similar
to the moldboarding operations we do here in KS. Take a
look at my posts. What time of year do you normally cut
your wheat. I would like to try and talk the wife into
coming up to that area to view some hillside combining.
Everything here is flat for miles!
Re: Meeting
Hi John
You always post beatiful pictures. If all pictures in
Farmphoto was half as good as yours, this would make
Farmphoto the best site on the net. Keep them coming John, I
just love your pictures!! :-)
Re: Meeting
ehhw:-\ Bit to enthousiastic ehj:-\ The picture is taken
from an mile away. On farmphoto there are a lot of people
that are afraid to come close or something. Its an good
picture buth if you just got any closer it would be
Re: Meeting
I like to see some landscape.
Re: Meeting
I like to see some tractors:-D If I want to see landscape i
will look trow my window!
Re: Meeting
Siku fan.
If you look out your window, U see your landscape, when I
look at John's pictures, I see what landscape there is
around his home, that is interesting to me, and I think his
pictures have a high quality, because the pictures have many
fine details, taken from fine angles, nice light.
But yes, the pictures don't show every detail on the
tractors, but I'm sure U find some close up pics of the same
model other places on farmphoto ... We all have our own
taste, but I like John's pictures
Re: Meeting
Great photo!! Keep them comin'... :-D
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