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    Feild work is mostly done. We are hoping to get 1 more cut of grass yet. Here are some pictures. Corn crop was awesome and cover crop is planted and growing well. I got to run my bosses drill for a couple nights after milking.

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    Nice pictures. Thats a good size drill. How many acres do you guys dom

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    Quote Originally Posted by M-G View Post
    Nice pictures. Thats a good size drill. How many acres do you guys dom

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    The boss has about 6-700 of his own and he does some custom planting as well. I think he plants almost 2000 acres.

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    Pretty cool. thanks

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    Great pictures as always, thanks for sharing!! How do you pack the center of that narrow corn silage bunk?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ohiofarmer View Post
    Great pictures as always, thanks for sharing!! How do you pack the center of that narrow corn silage bunk?
    The custom operator pushes up with a JD7930 and we pack with our 6125 so we are able to get the middle packed. Bunks are 13'6".

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    Nice pictures! It'd be pretty neat having mountains as a backdrop, but I imagine you get used to them if you see them everyday.

    No issues with the centre blocks moving when you're packing on one side and it's empty on the other?

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