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L͓̽o͓̽u͓̽i͓̽s͓̽e͓̽🌾©️ Apr 17
Sunflowers Near Treherne
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Adam Pfeffer Apr 20
Toodaloo goodbye and good riddance!
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Sandi Brock Dec 16
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Rod Messina Dec 2
Couple of drone shots this morning of
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Keegan Johnson 14h
Tandems are full of seed peas... Moving canola make room for wheat in hopper's!
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highheels&fields Dec 21
I ❤️ pics. The year is almost over and I want to see your most favourite pics you took in 2018. Here’s a few of mine. Please share ☺️
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Michael Knight Dec 10
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Chad E. Colby Dec 19
Let’s see your favorite photos from your phone. Here’s some favorites more here
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Chad E. Colby Dec 21
Let’s see your favorite moment of , stuck, broke, etc. I’ll build a video share! You will all get credit, please be original content from your phone.
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Robert Kitto Dec 18
draws to an end , maybe today or maybe tomorrow 😊
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Darryl Burnett 🇨🇦 Dec 19
We’ll be done by sundown!
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Eric Mouser Jan 3
Farmers deliver quality grain to local coop but then the coop let this happen to it. They are redrying it and will blend it. End user will complain that it is farmers fault.
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Jonathan Dyer Jan 6
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Murilo Maeda Dec 18
Just getting started on our last RACE trial for in Hockley County. Results from these trials help our producers pick the best performing varieties for their farm within a given region.
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John Feb 24
In honor of Bohemian Rhapsody and Queen.
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Chris Bowman Dec 22
attempt 61. Took 15 days to do soybeans, this is try 46 on corn... have been waiting on snowmelt on down corn since December 9th... seems really tough- was hoping for colder temps. Worst down corn season since 2000.
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just add rebull Jan 18
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Tyson Raper Dec 18
As the sun set on the 18th day of the 12th month, we made our final charge. The fatal blow was almost uncontested, as if the beast was now ready for death. Weary, we laid down our weapons. It had been a long, brutal battle with a nightmarish creature, but we had ended
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Santiago Narbaiz Jan 3
🇵🇾 Combines are ready to cut some more rice
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Tom Curnow Dec 15
done, cheers moisture for making it a long one
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