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FTF Cereal Harvest 2008 competition for fun!


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Rules:

1. Each person is allowed a maximum of 2 entries in each section, each entry can contain a maximum of 8 photos. The catergories will be

Pre 90's

After 90's

Please title your posts

Harvest 2008 - Ford Farm Harvest 1992 or Harvest 2008 -  Fen End Farm 2005

When submitting an entry you should first try and indicate how many acres your outfit harvests and try to match the machinery used with the workload......... KEEP IT AS REALISTIC AS POSSIBLE ;)

2. The pictures can show any part of harvest (Including model fires Gav ;))

3. Any item of machinery can be used but try to keep it realistic.

4. It is ok to use older machinery in for example a 2008 collection considering some contractors and many farmers still do use old machines

5. A seperate section will be made "in this board" to allow people to comment on the entries, anyone posting comments in the competition will automatically receive a NUMPTY AWARD, any OT posts under this title, other then the entries will be deleted

6.  Once all the entries have been received a poll will be created, where each member has * vote. There will be no prize for the winner, this is just for fun :) :) :) :)

7. All photos must be uploaded at the same time. No 'reserving' slots for future photos. Any reseved slots will be deleted and you may be disqualified

* - number of votes to be confirmed after competition closes depending on number of entries

Competition will run From September 29th to November 9th 2008, There will be no extension this time!

*RULES SUBJECT TO CHANGE BY MODS*

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Well Ash Tree Farms under way again, usual kit with the 625 super II and the 575 and 590 hauling,

here we are getting under way in the northen field,

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Second field this end of the farm hence the 590 in the yard emptying out the mf200 from the last field

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The 625 off to the other side of the farm to start the southern fields , the crop looks as good as the northern end thats for sure

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While the lads are of the other side we have broken the 185 out to start baling, usally on yard dutys, but needs must, shes using the  mf124 baler and cooks flat 8 sledge we invested in recently to speed up bale handling

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We stack and haul using the 185 again as we are still cutting, along with the new cooks bale trailer, stacking is done with the 550 and flat 8 handler

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And while we have the time, we have got the new tractor out for the first time, fitted with our bomford super trim bushwacker,got started just as we finished the last stack of 64 bales

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These pictures show M.Murray contracts busy cutting their own 20acre of spring wheat. first picture shows the combine entering the field attaching the header. the JD6920s is used for carting grain with the 10ton fraser and the 5410 will be a back up with the 5ton trailer. the other drivers with the 2 7530's were busy putting out slurry and muck at the time ;)

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first load coming home

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later that night baling before rain comes in!

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not a bad yield! :P

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thanks for looking!!!

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