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ok we have had the others so its about time we ran this one as well

so post up your ideas,  :) :) :)

how about these modified rules to use??

DISCUSSION ENDS ON 28.10.06 THEN COMP WILL START, RUNNING ALONG SIDE THE CUTIVATION ONE

Again this is just a bit of fun!!

Rules:

1. Each person is allowed a maximum of 1 entry each section, each entry can contain a maximum of 6 photo ???. Was thinking of again 60's, 70's, 80's 90's and 00's or maybe 60's to 80's and 80's to 00's to kinda link them in with 2 entries per section then??? ???

2. The pictures can show any part of the root crop harvest process

3. Any tractors/machinery used in this category can be re-used in another category....... but try to keep it realistic.

4. It is ok to use older machinery in for example the 00s period considering some contractors and many farmers still do

5. A seperate section will be made "in this board" to allow people to comment on the entries but any OT posts under this title, other then the entries will be deleted.

6. 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 ;)

7. Once all the entries have been received, a poll will be created in each section where each member will have a vote (total vote number to be confirmed depending on entries)

8. Competition will run until November 12th???? ??? ???

9. I'm sure RED will win this one :D :D

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NOTICE

Now available to hire...

Doc Palmer Box rotator fitted to my JCB thingy

Doc Palmer front mounted topper

Doc Palmer ridger

Loooooooads of Spud boxes in various colours... materials

My mums own "home made spuds"

My mums own "Home made carrots"

In fact... the only thing I am missing is a field to do my own....

In fact... scrub that... I may do my own "yard scene" will that be silly  ???

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goody mart, best get that rug cleaned or covered for the layer of soil eh, be carefull not to get caught though eh, she was baffeld for a week or so as to why there was soil under the loft hatch at ours, cost me 50 quid on dinner out when she found out

Aye......I'll maybe get a mat over the rug and get some compost out of the shed eh Sean...... :);) ;)

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And not forgetting the pics first posted up by Red were infact of someone elses beet harvester!!  ;)

Almost true - "Red" was originally a login for work done by both of them. One did the original Armer-Salmon and the other did the original Keenan Orbital - the two first posts under the "Red" login.

There are now three Armor-Salmon twin row harvesters, and, I am reliably informed, orders for a dozen more. I am so looking forward to taking the picture of all twelve lined up - PDC style - prior to shipping.

I think that picture should be taken outside the former Armor-Salmon premises in Carlow. How cool would that be?  8)

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Almost true - "Red" was originally a login for work done by both of them. One did the original Armer-Salmon and the other did the original Keenan Orbital - the two first posts under the "Red" login.

There are now three Armor-Salmon twin row harvesters, and, I am reliably informed, orders for a dozen more. I am so looking forward to taking the picture of all twelve lined up - PDC style - prior to shipping.

I think that picture should be taken outside the former Armor-Salmon premises in Carlow. How cool would that be?  8)

i think you should do that Stan, that would be a great photo

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ah but i have no spud boxes ,ect either mate, if i can get one of reds beet harvestors i would enter, but that poor whalmus would look very lonly emptying into nothing eh :D :D :D :D

i am fully geared to arable and pigs at min on layout, and beet hopefully in the future

You could always unload into Marstons Sean......and you wouldn't need a pulveriser on the front either neccessarily...... :);) ;)

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