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post #31 of 36 (permalink) Old 11-17-2013, 08:16 PM Thread Starter
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I really did intend to do more journals than this this year, sadly that didn't work out then after I got back from REAL harvest I started some work on my basement which both moved my display and shut down all toy work for almost 8 weeks. I guess there is always next year...

Mid September...
with a bumper crop wrapped up and in the bin equipment around the yard was piling up.
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Two combines were out picking up the last of the canola swaths while the third was out cleaning up some lentils that had been to green and were left while harvesting was in full gear.
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Trucks were busy hauling out as much of the 2013 crop as elevators would take, they should be kept busy this winter as the farm brought in a record crop.

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The 535 has been out with the farms new disk working up some sloughs that had dried up over the summer.

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The farm owners nephew owns a heavy equipment dirt moving business and was hired to dig a new dugout for the farm.

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By October...
Combines have been put away and fall field work gets underway.
For the first time in 5 years the Ford FW-60 was not hooked up to the Strawmaster for a few acres of work. The bosses son was put on harrow duty and figured he had bounced around in the old beast enough in his younger years and it made more sense to use the newer 385 with better fuel economy and GPS

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with conditions right for it the farm started getting a head start on spring field work and started banding NH3 on next years canola ground.

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While the trucking fleet hauled grain out and some gravel onto some soft roads on the farms private land.

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By November 1...
The shed was packed tight with snow on the forecast.

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That's the last big journal for me for the year, watch for some changes next year. :-)


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That's the last big journal for me for the year, watch for some changes next year. :-)

Thanks Miniskfarm, you sure have some neat stuff




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Just wondering where you found the pick up headers for the combines? Ertl?
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Just wondering where you found the pick up headers for the combines? Ertl?
They are kits from Larry Buhler, his contact info is here:
1/64 th Farm Toy parts, kits and custom pictures

Someone may have 3D printed pickup headers available sometime this winter...

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What a work!! , cheer, champion, the only problem for me is to realize of the scale, to France the 1/64 is not current, much of 1/32 and of 1/43, can you take a picture with a tractor 1/32 to see the difference,


Cheer for completed work, damage which I do not have as much place to make my farm

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They are kits from Larry Buhler, his contact info is here:
1/64 th Farm Toy parts, kits and custom pictures

Someone may have 3D printed pickup headers available sometime this winter...
Is that where the Degelman rock picker and harrows came from?

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