Slightly different fan. Cant say it sucked a whole lot better than the original. I guess if you have to put money into a fan you may as well put that one in. I got sick of fixing the rest of the machine though and traded it in. 5200 with the bearings in the auger instead of those stupid bushings a better setup.
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I've been reading your blog a little, and been thinking about your post about compaction. I wonder if you're seeing levels of compaction due to the thickness/prominence of the roots/root mat of the natural sod? Might skew your results a little. Have you compared against any neighbours yet?
So, boss gave me lovely news today, I get to go to Regina.... tomorrow -_- Should have asked you a long time ago, do week days work at all? Hope your time off (vacation/holiday?) went well. Sorry for the run-around, boss and I are working out "time off", even after 5 months.
Snow down your way? Couldn't see more than 30 yards in front of the pickup this morning, didn't even get to the neighbours driveway. Fun having snow days again! Hopefully be melted and gone by early next week.
Are you planting winter peas,or sping peas, and what rate are you planting. The couple of years we have grown winter peas we have planted them at 95ppa on 15 inch spacing, first year what did'nt winter kill did 3,450 ppa. Winter kill is our biggest problem.
We are not equipment poor, that is for sure. Life would be a lot easier if no-till worked in our area, but it doesn't. The wide row spacing deffinatly works on our area, 10-12 inches of rainfall. Even in the spring we don't see any yield difference between 10 & 16 inch spaced spring wheat.