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Harvest for Fun Comp 2007 - Entries here please (21.07.07 to 30.09.07)


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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 2007 - Ford Farm Harvest 1992 or Harvest 2007 -  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 2005 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 July 21st September 30th 2007,

*RULES SUBJECT TO CHANGE BY MODS*

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  • 2 months later...

tms pre 90's entry

ok well ash tree fams been out harvesting its late  1984 here year wise ,good crop this year, and our faithful 625 super 2 has performed as always

her she is breaking into the field with the 575 following in

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the 590 is back in the yard unloading the previous  fields worth at the permastore silo, ,its loaded by a pto driven blower powered by the 185

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usally its two times round the headlands to fill the tank but due to the good yeild this year we only managed 1 and a half trips round before we had to unload

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heres the 575 back at the silo unloading while the 590's back on station

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a couple of weeks ago we were called in to bale some straw for a farmer about 9 miles from our base :)  so wasnt that long going at 50k  ;):)  and when i got there this was just finnishing the field  :P

a massey 7200 she doesnt do much so im told about 1800 every year  :)

and the rest of  there  fleet is all nh's  to :)

and there massey filling the trailer  :)

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a couple of days later i was passing the same field on the way to go mowing and this lot was all parked in there ready to go  :) must have gone for diner  :);)

its a ts135a with a lemkin power harrow up front and a lemkin seeder on the back and a 7840 on the cambridge rolls and a brand new t8040 on the severn furrow  :) thats all the pics i could get as i had to try and bale all the straw to go to the next place  ;):)

rich

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