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Brianb7.3

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Location
Illinois
The wind in the storm do that, or the lightening cause a malfunction?
The wind...I know it’s probably hard to believe because their isn’t much surface area for wind to hit on an irrigation system but it happens all the time....high winds make the spans Start swinging and it just pulls them over.
 

nick...

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Location
south norfolk
Is that what I’d refer to as shale.must give your buckets hell digging through that.is your bucket a home made one.never seen one like it.the ground around here is 8/10 inches of top soil and straight on to yellow clay which is ok when moist or wet but a bugger when dry and then it breaks up like a fine powder and is really hard to dig.its also great for getting stuck in buckets
Nick...
 

Steevo

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Location
Gloucestershire
The wind...I know it’s probably hard to believe because their isn’t much surface area for wind to hit on an irrigation system but it happens all the time....high winds make the spans Start swinging and it just pulls them over.
Bit like a bridge I guess. High pressure/low pressure like an aeroplane wing maybe?
 

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Tour des Silos 2020 is on – and going global

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Written by Jamie Day

The annual Tour des Silos charity cycle ride is to go ahead after all this year, but under a different format. And the Sunday May 31st 2020 event will have participants in at least four continents. Former Openfield grain store development manager Rob Sanderson started Tour des Silos five years ago to raise funds for […]

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