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He said he harvests at 30% moisture
Yes I do harvest a fair bit of 30 moisture, if you have any dry at all it will dry on good air but if your at 30 average in the field your only a day or two from 20 witch I often put in a bag without batting an eye.

Drying is the cheapest hail insurance you can buy here and if we are after durum if it will thrash and come out the unloading auger it's going, doe balls don't stop my combine.


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IMO, the only difference between a discussion and an argument is the way in which people share opposing views. Some people like to discuss, others like to argue. It's all in the delivery.

Well this should add to the discussion or argument, the only reason i ever posted this to start with. It can all go sideways pretty quick.....
So annoying, they just state glyphosate is harmful to humans, screw science.

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Rayglen commodities tweeted today that a lentil buyer with a historically large program will be adding the clause 'glyphosate not used as preharvest aid' to all new lentil contracts.
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Well this should add to the discussion or argument, the only reason i ever posted this to start with. It can all go sideways pretty quick.....
So annoying, they just state glyphosate is harmful to humans, screw science.

https://www.moneycontrol.com//news/b...d-2779531.html
They are entitled to their own opinion but not entitled to their own facts.
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Rayglen commodities tweeted today that a lentil buyer with a historically large program will be adding the clause 'glyphosate not used as preharvest aid' to all new lentil contracts.
With the lentils, this is just India, pretty much another form of a tariff.

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They are entitled to their own opinion but not entitled to their own facts.
Not even alternative facts ?????
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Not even alternative facts ?????
Apparently entitled to any facts they wish to enact ridiculous non tariff trade barriers. Question is though, is India demanding it, or is the lentil buyer using it for differentiation?
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Oh I get it. She has a strong slant or bias, but her sources and references are real. I guarantee we are not getting the whole story from the "industry". The big dawgs are only concerned about bottom line and I can't blame them. If you and I are not looking at both sides of the argument we can be duped pretty easily. I hope the fear mongering among the dirty hippies about Roundup is wrong, but i'm not sure...

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Apparently entitled to any facts they wish to enact ridiculous non tariff trade barriers. Question is though, is India demanding it, or is the lentil buyer using it for differentiation?
You mean like those **** suckers at A&W and there “no hormone” no hormone beef.
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You mean like those **** suckers at A&W and there “no hormone” no hormone beef.
Give me the burgers loaded up with the finaplix and growth hormone thanks...maybe it will counteract some of the xenoestrogens from the plastics used in friggen everything

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