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2,800 Acre Corn Field Harvested by JOHN DEERE S790

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    Posted: 26 Oct 2021 at 6:22pm
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Wow. Just wow.
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would bet fun to be part of that operation for a season
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Long days!, God bless the American Farmer!
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     Impressive how the grain cart at the beginning is being loaded while going across the end and follows the turns. Not like just going straight across the field. 
      I could retire quite comfortably on the money represented by the equipment in that field.
      Thanks for sharing the video.
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Think of the daily diesel requirements. A few years ago, Progressive Farmer magazine did an article on a huge Kentucky based grain operation. I don’t remember if the farm was this one featured, but 5000 gallons per day is a number that has stuck with me.
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hmmm... what happens when the tractor breaks down, ain't JD on strike this month ???
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400 HP engines under full load will burn 20+ GPH approximately.
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forget those green t**ds I want that 2,800 acre field

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Did they mention if they irrigate the corn?
I heard mention of installing drainage tiles.

All about the equipment. I can't see pop handing
out hoes and having the kids manually chop weed.

Speaking of weeds what is going on with Roundup?
Getting harder to find in the stores. I see a lot of
join the Roundup lawsuit ads on TV.


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I bet many of us would be happy to live on the crop loss they left on the ground.


Edited by modirt - 28 Oct 2021 at 7:48am
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Just to make sure everyone know, these Deere combines are considered a "Class 9" size.  Claas/Cat's biggest machine is a "Class 11" in size. So, Deere isn't or hasn't ever been the largest size combines in the world.
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that little vidio would be cool if it had a fleet of international 715 in it 
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Originally posted by BrianC BrianC wrote:

Did they mention if they irrigate the corn?
I heard mention of installing drainage tiles.

All about the equipment. I can't see pop handing
out hoes and having the kids manually chop weed.

Speaking of weeds what is going on with Roundup?
Getting harder to find in the stores. I see a lot of
join the Roundup lawsuit ads on TV.


The companies that make the chemicals can't get the ingredients to make them.
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   How long did it take Deere to make a rotary?  Since they finally offered one you cant get a conventional for corn or beans.  What does that tell you?   Nothing smells like a John.
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curious..
.hmm...
2800 ac.... a 1% loss is 28 acres...wonder how many bushels of seed that'd be ??
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Let this sink in a moment. 27 row 20 inch corn head. 45 foot wide on a Claas combine.
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If he keeps it full and never has to stop to unload, you're looking at 5,000+ BPH.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote nella(Pa) Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 28 Oct 2021 at 3:02pm
Originally posted by jaybmiller jaybmiller wrote:

curious..
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2800 ac.... a 1% loss is 28 acres...wonder how many bushels of seed that'd be ??


Would that be about 40-45,000$
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You might work pretty hard to earn that 40k before it’s ruined—lol
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I always find it interesting that people talk about how green the fields are after we combine. But a 1% loss in 200 bu corn is 2 bu/acre. That’s 3 time what is planted
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Originally posted by wekracer wekracer wrote:

I always find it interesting that people talk about how green the fields are after we combine. But a 1% loss in 200 bu corn is 2 bu/acre. That’s 3 time what is planted

Yep, there you go using common sense and reasoning again!
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Originally posted by Tbone95 Tbone95 wrote:

[QUOTE=wekracer] I always find it interesting that people talk about how green the fields are after we combine. But a 1% loss in 200 bu corn is 2 bu/acre. That’s 3 time what is planted

Yep, there you go using common sense and reasoning again!

I just realized my math mistake. 6 times what is planted. 1/3 bu per acre at planting time
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Originally posted by wekracer wekracer wrote:

Originally posted by Tbone95 Tbone95 wrote:

[QUOTE=wekracer] I always find it interesting that people talk about how green the fields are after we combine. But a 1% loss in 200 bu corn is 2 bu/acre. That’s 3 time what is planted

Yep, there you go using common sense and reasoning again!

I just realized my math mistake. 6 times what is planted. 1/3 bu per acre at planting time
Yeah, tomAto, to ma to.  Wasn't going to beef you on that, point was already well made.Wink
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