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1 month 3 weeks ago #251938 by Mrsmackpaul
Maybe only farmers will get how funny this is
It gave me a good chuckle 

from Facelessbook 

Ever wondered what it might look like when your ute breaks off your aircart when you're moving farms? I have too, and used artificial intelligence to come up with pictures of what it might look like..... 






have a great day everyone 


Paul 

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1 month 3 weeks ago #251943 by cobbadog
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Over my head

Cheers Cobba & Cobbarette
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1 month 3 weeks ago - 1 month 3 weeks ago #251944 by Mrsmackpaul
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Cobba a farmer shifting their air seeder and has the ute hooked up behind this tractor, scarifier, air cart and so on, maybe 80 feet or more in length

Gets to the paddock to find the ute has done a runner

Picture the ute on the back of something like this

 

no way of seeing it from the front until you hop out


Paul 

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1 month 3 weeks ago #251945 by wouldyou
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For transport the wings are in hinged sections and double fold each side of the centre to around 7 metres total width.
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1 month 3 weeks ago #251946 by 77louie400
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Cobba a farmer shifting their air seeder and has the ute hooked up behind this tractor, scarifier, air cart and so on, maybe 80 feet or more in length

Gets to the paddock to find the ute has done a runner

Picture the ute on the back of something like this

 

no way of seeing it from the front until you hop out


Paul 




So which Farmer would that be, do we know him, is he on this site
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1 month 3 weeks ago #251948 by grumpy gumpy
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I haven’t done it, but whilst following my neighbour who had a field bin on the back of his tractor with the land cruiser attached to the field bin, I had to call him on the two way and tell him that his cruiser had detached and headed off into the mallee. I was towing another field bin but mine didn’t have the tow attachment so I couldn’t tow it back in. This same neighbour lost a field bin about two or three weeks later, from a different paddock, that actually ripped the tow bar right off the bin
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1 month 3 weeks ago - 1 month 3 weeks ago #251950 by Mrsmackpaul
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Cobba a farmer shifting their air seeder and has the ute hooked up behind this tractor, scarifier, air cart and so on, maybe 80 feet or more in length

Gets to the paddock to find the ute has done a runner

Picture the ute on the back of something like this

 

no way of seeing it from the front until you hop out


Paul 




So which Farmer would that be, do we know him, is he on this site
 


I doubt it, just saw it on social media and it gave me a chuckle

I have lost a auger before, bloody thing head for the lignum at a fast rate of knots

saw a cracking aerial photo of some poor farmers paddock
stop start, stop start of seeding equipment
Ill see if I can find it

Paul  

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1 month 3 weeks ago #251952 by Mrsmackpaul
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As promised 

 

a Kevin Bloody Wilson song comes tp mind here, moderators would have coniptons if I put a link to the song

Paul

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1 month 3 weeks ago #251954 by wouldyou
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The next step.

 
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