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Pictures of the 09 season

Post what you got of the 09 farm season.

Some of local jobs.
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Dana60, 4'lift, 35's, Garage built traction bars headache rack and bumpers, fuel tanks, 2 10’s built in the back seat, lost of lights, Intercooler, ATS’ turbo housing, injectors, DP tuner, 4” exhaust, AFE intake, Exhaust brake, CB radio, clutch, 180,000 miles and still going!!!
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Where are you located, must be out west where rain isnt an issue?
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Ya, In Central Oregon. Rain can be a issue though. We have been getting thunder stormes every night. Most of the hay stacked on the fields is moved in a day or two.

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What do you have for a mower?
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JD 10ft DiskTine, 1360 if I remember right. I seems to work great. I think it does better than the roller conditioners. Using it and then merging two rows to bale seems to create a good windrow around here.

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More from last night. Stacking outside on uneven ground with no back stop is getting old fast.

Anyone had any luck taking pictures at night on a phone? I haven't as you can see so one was from the morning. I think the conditions (dust, hay, bugs) would kill a good camera.

Anyone else got pictures?
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Not yet I'll try to snap some pics of the baler in the morning when I am servicing it, that's about the only time I see it in the daylight, been running at night 80% of the time so far this year.

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Id take some pics, but scince we cant seem to put up dry hay Ill pass. Mabey next week. We chop a lot of silage so hay is just kind of a neccesary evil for me.

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John Deere, Do you all get any dew this time of year? We seem to stop bailing around 11 right now depending on the night. Some time around their moisture will jump from 12 percent to 20+ in 5 min.

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