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Great pictures Bear, yours always are. I enjoy seeing them. It’s hard for some one from Georgia to comprehend the great expanse of open space you have in your area.

What kind of grain is being harvested? I’m guessing wheat. Do you know what happened to cause the break in the windrow in the foreground of the second picture? Looks like something might have done a little bogging but it doesn’t look like there is a wet spot there. That sure is some black dirt turned up. The ground there must be as fertile as I’ve heard it is.
 

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Indeed, great pics Bear! Real nice looking fields you have there. Do you own and mantain you own combines or do you hire out the combining? Do you employ no till practices? I think there is going to be a much bigger market in the future for canola, soybeans, and rapeseed in the near future now that the biodiesel push is on. How many acres are you farming?
 

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<img src="http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v186/johndeerelx277/087ed8ce.jpg">

Here is one taken on my farm in 2004
 

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its wheat being harvested there. the green spot is a slough water sat in there most of the year. we have our own combines all ours don't even have to share with the bank. we had around 1900 acres in crop this year.harvested significantly less acres due to an early frost
 
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