I was at Ag Power Enterprises picking up a part and I took this picture of one of the technicians. With todays equipment, technicians have to be good with a wrench and computer. Many times the first thing a technician does is plug in his lap top computer into the computer system on the tractor
Because of an early Twins game we did not have a market report with Gordy this morning at 11:15. It was bad timing because the USDA Report was released at 11:00 this morning. Click on the link and you can listen to Gordy and I discuss the numbers and how the trade viewed the numbers
Last Friday Rice County Sherriff Troy Dunn was waiting for me when I got the Joe and Pat DeGrood's farm for the Soybean Planting Broadcast! Yes, he was waiting for me because I was bringing the subs, pop and chips for lunch
I went out to the farm Thursday afternoon to spray a corn field. I was quite surprised at how firm the fields were after 2.75 inches of rain last weekend! This is a picture of my "white" sweetcorn field
Maybe little kids know something we don't! When I am driving my 1958 John Deere 820 in the parades, this is a scene I see quite often. When this tractor was actually working in the field it was loud and we never gave a though about hearing protection
Friday afternoon I went down to Ag Power Enterprises in Owatonna to pick up my tractor for the Dam Days Parade in Morristown. In the picture is my 820 standing next to the big John Deere 4-wheele drive tractor
Earlier this week I was out to Mike Wesey's farm just South of Owatonna. I just had to take a picture of his barn. For decades the barn was full of dairy cows. Most times when the cows are sold the dairy barn just sits there, falls into disrepair and ultimately is burned and buried
Earlier this week I dropped my 820 off at Ag Power Enterprises to get the fuel filters changed. On those old tractors you have to "bleed" the air out of the fuel lines to get them started again. The point is you have to know what you are doing so I thought let the professionals take care of it
While many people enjoyed a relaxing Memorial Day Weekend most farmers were in the field trying to get the crop planted. Don't misunderstand, we were thankful we could be in the field after the cold wet spring
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