Above is the video of Farmer Joe with the air hose
blowing out all the dust and wheat chaff that collects
during the day. A daily cleaning is needed to ensure the
chaff doesn't catch on fire.
|The panel sides of the combine lift up and/or out for|
access to the insides of the combine. Lots of nooks & crannies
to blow the wheat chaff out
|Fan belts needed to be replaced on the semi|
|A view of the combine reel/header in the wheat field|
|A view from inside the cab watching as the tractor & grain cart|
are heading our way so we can unload the combine on the go
The picture below (altho blurry) is of a big hawk. We will see hawks, owls and coyote follow our machines out in the field because they know once the machine passes through the wheat, that it exposes mice and it makes for "easy pickins".
|The black spot is a hawk in the field|