Our land is a lot of glacial tilth so the dykes around here were 'clearance' dykes as such as a means to get rid of stone so that our forefathers could farm the rest of field. A lot of times they were placed where there was a decent change of elevation in the land but not in this case. All paperwork done to remove as it provides no value other than holding combine up when opening field up.What are those dykes for?
How’s it yielding?
I wondered what you call the lump on the front, given that we call that part the header. I guess “fronts” is as appropriate as anything!A second header has turned up, so now have 2 JD 9770’s with 12 m fronts, a 25 t chaser bin & a 30 t chaser, dumping into the 80 t Vennings. Using a B Double & a single to cart away, but might need to look for another truck or two . . . View attachment 1005928View attachment 1005929View attachment 1005930