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We knew this field flooded but it was still a surprise whenever we came across a fish on the ground.
Nineteen days ago the hay field in Wharton was underwater. We weren't sure when we would be able to cut that field again. Nineteen days later we managed to get the field cut and baled.
The dust and debris took its toll on our equipment. We're going to have to do some major repair work to the hay baler, but we're thankful we have this field finished so we can look forward to a fourth cutting.
The bearings became worn enough on one of the rollers on the New Holland BR7090 baler to warrant replacement. Ed still had hay to bale so he worked quickly to disconnect the belts before accessing the roller.
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