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Very high quality indeed. Do you run it through a chopper? Kinda seems like it be tough on the chopper to handle it that green.

Take care,

Nathan
 

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No we only use chaffer spreaders green straw uses a lot of horses to chop, we try to spread it evenly so the ratoon crop can recieve sunlight, it would take too much hp but if we could cut off straw 10 inches high an run it thru a chopper it would be perfect for the ratoon crop
 

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Howdy neighbor. Was just wonderin when I'd see some pics from you. Must have been very wet this year to need the tracks. Don't ussually see tracks that far south. Thanks for the pics.

Got a few pics myself of my cousin cuttin, in the John Deere section and got them all in my album below.
 

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Typical Louisiana weather May 31st till August 4th rain now 12days later I'm pumping on Soybeans in 102 degree heat go figure!!!!!!!
 

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Quote:Typical Louisiana weather May 31st till August 4th rain now 12days later I'm pumping on Soybeans in 102 degree heat go figure!!!!!!!

Sorry to bump the old post, but I was wondering if that was your 9380? I think I remember you said something about looking at one earlier this year. If so, did you get rid of the 9150? Hope you didn't get too much rain today. We got rained out at work.
 

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9380 I bought, will do some cosmetic work on it this fall, the 9150 is still chug-gin had it on the cart had some wheel bolts break switched em out my son likes the big boy I find it rougher ride, rain here today was hit-n-miss we got a few drops we need rain in a bad way beans are suffering watered a few on lasered ground did a good job
 

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Usually start rice harvest here in South Louisiana around the 15 th of July we finished our harvest on August 18th
 
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