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    Pretty Cool Pic - Just a few Machines

    Pretty cool pic!

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    Cool! Thanks Dave.
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    Neat!
    I have more ideas than ambition.


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    Thats awsome! Combines in training.
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    By my (very rough) count, that's about a 15 million dollar train!!.... locomotive excluded.

    Wonder if JD took out the shipping insurance?? There'll likely need to be someone over 18 there to sign for it......

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    I wonder if they were headed to the vast prairies of Canada.
    I have more ideas than ambition.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mjncad View Post
    I wonder if they were headed to the vast prairies of Canada.
    Maybe a few of them. Corporate farming has definitely taken hold here.

    I bet a bunch were headed to custom combining crews. Now that's a cool life - I almost did that after my first year of University, got my Class 1A and all.....

    The crews start in Texas in May-ish and head north all summer, ending up in Canada in the late fall. A friend of mine actually made it 12 straight months by finishing the season down under in AUS. If you want to see something impressive watch 6 brand new JD/Case/CAT combines move across a field with several super B's, a fuel truck, a service truck, and a bunch of RV's supporting them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjncad View Post
    I wonder if they were headed to the vast prairies of Canada.
    My guess is they are headed to a port for exporting. They export lots of machinery all over the world. It's not unusual to see a train loaded like that going into the port of Baltimore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jer View Post
    Maybe a few of them. Corporate farming has definitely taken hold here.

    I bet a bunch were headed to custom combining crews. Now that's a cool life - I almost did that after my first year of University, got my Class 1A and all.....

    The crews start in Texas in May-ish and head north all summer, ending up in Canada in the late fall. A friend of mine actually made it 12 straight months by finishing the season down under in AUS. If you want to see something impressive watch 6 brand new JD/Case/CAT combines move across a field with several super B's, a fuel truck, a service truck, and a bunch of RV's supporting them.

    -Jer.
    If you ever get the chance to go on a harvest crew do it. you will have the time of your life i did it back in 97' and had a blast, wish i had stayed out there to this day.!!

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    cool picture, thanks for sharing.

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