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Had a few visitors show up while drilling wheat today.






Here's one from the other night when the sun was just right



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heh, its funny when your scarifying and all the birds swoop in to get the worms and bugs in the soil.

What type of tractor are you running?
 

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The tractor is a 4840 Massey.

It always made me a little nervous when I used to drill with an open station tractor and the gulls showed up. Did'nt want to look up to much for fear of something landing in your eye or on your head. It never happpend but I thought about it everytime.

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The tractor is a 4840 Massey.

It always made me a little nervous when I used to drill with an open station tractor and the gulls showed up. Did'nt want to look up to much for fear of something landing in your eye or on your head. It never happpend but I thought about it everytime.

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That's funny. Never thought of that.
Love the shadow photo.

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It always made me a little nervous when I used to drill with an open station tractor and the gulls showed up. Did'nt want to look up to much for fear of something landing in your eye or on your head. It never happpend but I thought about it everytime.

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You're just too funny, Ks8780! I may not have running any open station tractor--or even a combine, but I HAVE had my share of bird drops--on some of my outings and [camera] shoots.

I always loved it when flocks of gulls covered a wheat field so thick, you could hardly se the green, but still you wonder, if there's that many army worms---how much damage will still result?

Bad news is when a wheat field is swarmed by GEESE!
 
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