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Jan 8, 2021 | 00:46 1 R and M told old to be changing bearings
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Sunset

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Not my truck custom carrier 30,000 bushels each

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Lupins

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Just a random field shot
Last edited by malleefarmer; Jan 8, 2021 at 00:49.
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  • Blaithin's Avatar Jan 8, 2021 | 12:24 2 Neat shots. Looks nice and warm in that sunset photo.

    Brisk morning here, still a little frosty on top. Just over 71,800 bushels in the photo.

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  • SASKFARMER's Avatar Jan 8, 2021 | 12:32 3 Little snow to dig out after the sale.
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  • Jan 8, 2021 | 15:17 4 Buying or selling? Reply With Quote
    Partners's Avatar Jan 8, 2021 | 17:50 5
    Quote Originally Posted by SASKFARMER View Post
    Little snow to dig out after the sale.
    Holy shit you have alot of snow. Reply With Quote
    Jan 9, 2021 | 14:18 6

    Father has been cleaning up some brush piles. Beautiful day and nice clean piles so there shouldn’t be much left overs.



    Brother and I have been getting the corrals ready to load out yearlings next week. The prices were only off about a dime from last year which is a lot better than I was expecting. Hopefully we can make it up next year.......... Reply With Quote

  • Jan 9, 2021 | 17:21 7 Woodland,
    Don't know much about fire and poplars, but in the summer when a fire roars through, do the poplars survive or do they die. Reply With Quote
    Jan 9, 2021 | 21:34 8
    Quote Originally Posted by rumrocks View Post
    Woodland,
    Don't know much about fire and poplars, but in the summer when a fire roars through, do the poplars survive or do they die.
    I’m pretty sure the poplars around here would survive a nuclear holocaust. We’re normally quite wet so runaway fires aren’t much of a concern or common. You can shave them off at ground level and they’ll sucker back thicker than quackgrass in a manure pile. Only yellow iron, a complete douse of tordon, or constant abuse from cows seem put a lid on them.

    They are a persistent nemesis of mine. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 9, 2021 | 21:58 9
    Quote Originally Posted by rumrocks View Post
    Woodland,
    Don't know much about fire and poplars, but in the summer when a fire roars through, do the poplars survive or do they die.
    I'm almost certain that poplars are fire proof. At least it seems that way when burning brush piles. Reply With Quote
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  • Jan 10, 2021 | 09:50 11 https://www.agriville.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=7391&d=1610088201

    Mallee, why not a longer auger and just move it between bins instead of messing around with those 2 extra augers at the top of the bins?

    Do you own your own truck? Seems every picture in Australia shows custom haulers, mother bins and grain carts, but no farmer owned trucks. Is it taxes or government regulations that discourage truck ownership?

    Assuming you don’t own a truck, how do you get fertilizer and seed out to your drill?

    Lots of tip up boxes on Austrian trucks. They have almost disappeared here in Canada from the grain hauling scene. Perhaps a lot to do with Bourgault figuring out how to use hopper trailers to fill airtanks? Reply With Quote
    Jan 11, 2021 | 17:44 12



    Couple winter sunsets Reply With Quote
    Partners's Avatar Jan 11, 2021 | 18:19 13
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    Couple winter sunsets
    Wow for jets in the air. Reply With Quote
    Jan 11, 2021 | 18:23 14
    Quote Originally Posted by woodland View Post
    I’m pretty sure the poplars around here would survive a nuclear holocaust. We’re normally quite wet so runaway fires aren’t much of a concern or common. You can shave them off at ground level and they’ll sucker back thicker than quackgrass in a manure pile. Only yellow iron, a complete douse of tordon, or constant abuse from cows seem put a lid on them.

    They are a persistent nemesis of mine.
    roundup from a spray plane in july or aug. kills them deader than a doornail
    fire also Reply With Quote
    fjlip's Avatar Jan 11, 2021 | 18:57 15
    Quote Originally Posted by SASKFARMER View Post
    Little snow to dig out after the sale.
    Where did you trade? Which drill, year, width, packers, openers? Reply With Quote
    Jan 12, 2021 | 18:47 16 From the same night on other side of lake ...
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