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Awesome Pics!

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I'm not used to the whole pick up thing (We cut our canola with Varios here in N.C., so this is awesome to see.
 

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Great Pics if you have more post them up when you have time. Good luck with the harvest.


Cheers Camel
 

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Great photos! +1 from me also. The Lexions are not very popular in my area. A few were sold but since have all been traded back for case ih combines. Not sure why. I think it might have been a service issue.

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Quote:What size swaths are those? 30' or smaller?
What was it running for ground speed in that? never done canola with one of those, I would imagine that air ride seat was getting a workout!


Only 25' You could travel up to 7mph at times. 25' is not really ideal for these 36' would fill the machine better.
 

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Thanks for the photos - top shots, also nice MT800 series, you surely wont be short of hp pulling that chaser bin around. Have a good harvest


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Great photos mountainbigbull, but just curious two different chaser bins? What is the size of the Brent chaser bin and does it have the steerable axles.

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Quote:Great photos mountainbigbull, but just curious two different chaser bins? What is the size of the Brent chaser bin and does it have the steerable axles.

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They are two different farms that I have posted pics from. The first is from a farm that runs 2 590R and one cart, a 1300 bushel J&M painted Cat yellow. The later pics are from a farm that runs 4 590R with 2 Brent 1500 bushel carts. The Brent's do have the steerable axles.

Glad you guys like the pics!
 

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My favorites are AB blue sky with clouds; rolling hills with great machinery!
The shot of 4 combine hoppers lined up and on the move is interesting.
Absolutely the best pictures I've seen of Alberta farming; keep them coming.
 

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More excellent shots. Thanks so much for sharing them


I have posted a link to these pics on Farm Photo, so thers can enjoy them too,

Regards,

TC
 
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