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Ron Lyseng
I write about leading edge farm equipment for The Western Producer. No views expressed. Just the facts.
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Ron Lyseng Apr 23
Are you back on the air with TSN for the 2018 CFL season?
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Ron Lyseng Mar 12
Prairie soil after a fire. Despite what mainstream media say, prairie fire does not "destroy" the soil.
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Ron Lyseng Mar 12
Back to the basics: SnowDog moves things from A to B. Remember the days when snow mobiles were cheap, reliable and easy to fix?
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Ron Lyseng Mar 12
The new Wolverine Extreme can throw dirt 150 feet and move up to 960 cubic yards per hour. Wolverine takes dirt moving to extreme.
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Ron Lyseng Mar 12
There are solutions for farming areas where drought is unknown and flood is a way of life. Drain your water not your dollars
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Ron Lyseng Mar 12
A 4,000 bushel mobile grain bin with a 900 bushel per hour auger might be just what you need to hurry up the pace of your harvest. Grain storage on the move.
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Ron Lyseng Mar 12
Small UAV helicopters can now be equippped to design your drainage system. Drainage design by drones
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Ron Lyseng Mar 12
In the drainage business, the new thinking is how to move the most water while moving the very least amount of soil. Scraper, ditcher, road grader makes many jobs easier.
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Ron Lyseng Mar 12
The key to prudent water management might be to get the water to percolate rather than run. Drain without deluge: slow the water flow.
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Ron Lyseng Mar 12
Is it a ditcher — or is it a time machine? Big winged machine doesn't fly but it sure makes time moving soil.
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Ron Lyseng Mar 12
VIDEO: The Concord flies again. The team behind the original Concord drill got together last year to build a new improved Concord.
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Ron Lyseng Mar 12
Most people who become entrapped in grain do not survive. The number of fatalities is increasing every year. What to do if the unthinkable happens
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Ron Lyseng Mar 12
Guidance system takes on tall corn. Plastic wands touch the corn stalks and guide your sprayer or combine accurately between the rows.
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Ron Lyseng Mar 12
Farmers are drawn to a rock crushing demonstration the same way your tongue is drawn to a cracked tooth. You just can't help it.
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Ron Lyseng Mar 12
Mulcher flails the dickens out of trash, pulverizing bio-mass so it's easy to seed through next spring.
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Ron Lyseng Mar 12
If you can harvest without ever plugging the combine, great. Otherwise - hydraulic-reverser-takes-headache-out-of-tightly-plugged-cylinder/#.WqbjggA6SRI.twitter
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Ron Lyseng Mar 12
Ag in Motion - Seeding at 13mph can give a producer a big jump when big acres need to be covered.
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Ron Lyseng Mar 12
Grain bin safety demonstration gives farmers a reality check. It's the frightening side of farming many people don't like to think about.
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Ron Lyseng Mar 12
Seamless cell service … in African wilderness. If you want quality cell service, move to the Dark Continent, not to the Canadian prairies.
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Ron Lyseng Mar 12
Rural cell service: where it’s at — or isn’t at. If you live in the countryside, depend on you land line, not your cell.
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