You irrigate the soy to get it to germinate? I've got some in but it's sitting doing nothing at the moment, so this chap has no work to do:

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He's on the boundary in the "unusual legume" field with soy in front and lentils behind. The lentils are growing, albeit slowly.
When its as dry as it is and theres capacity to irrigate before the spuds take all the water. Some of the soya drilled 2 weeks ago is well through now and looking good, until the pigeons discover its location no doubt
 

Two Tone

Member
Mixed Farmer
Took a leaf out of @Charlie Flindt ’s book and washed the Combine on a hot sunny day.
It always takes a day to wash a Combine properly and by the time you have finished you have washed every bit at least 3 times. Starting at the top, then the sides, repeat and repeat again. Just before the last time, I put some traffic film remover on and she comes up a treat.
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Then I need a wash too! And plenty of hair conditioner. Even more now as I needed a haircut 3 weeks ago.

I’m almost deciding not to put her back in the shed, as she will get dusty again and covered in bird sh!te.
Or as we used to say in Suffolk, a bud’s custard!
 
So far behind in here Sorry chaps I will go back and take a look at all your pics!
County cabs coming along
I can't remember my last pictures
Here's a few of late
Looking like new again... I hope
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All the zinc plated parts are a faff to get right but make such huge part of the end result...
Hope the bonnet shines as good as the inner mudgaurds
Some hours work in these cabs, and cabs are our future I dare say.

Thanks for looking
Take care
 

legin

Member
Location
West Midlands
So far behind in here Sorry chaps I will go back and take a look at all your pics!
County cabs coming along
I can't remember my last pictures
Here's a few of late
Looking like new again... I hope
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All the zinc plated parts are a faff to get right but make such huge part of the end result...
Hope the bonnet shines as good as the inner mudgaurds
Some hours work in these cabs, and cabs are our future I dare say.

Thanks for looking
Take care
I just dont know how you do it, so much respect.
 

Chae1

Member
Location
Aberdeenshire
Took a leaf out of @Charlie Flindt ’s book and washed the Combine on a hot sunny day.
It always takes a day to wash a Combine properly and by the time you have finished you have washed every bit at least 3 times. Starting at the top, then the sides, repeat and repeat again. Just before the last time, I put some traffic film remover on and she comes up a treat.
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Then I need a wash too! And plenty of hair conditioner. Even more now as I needed a haircut 3 weeks ago.

I’m almost deciding not to put her back in the shed, as she will get dusty again and covered in bird sh!te.
Or as we used to say in Suffolk, a bud’s custard!
Did you put the spout out and wash it and behind it!?

We always seem to miss that bit! :rolleyes:
 

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