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    Trying to post a picture

    I got a digital camera so I'm learning how to post pictures This should be a potato planter.
    Stacey
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    Looks more like a po-tah-to planter.
    Got Wood?

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    How expensive does diesel have to get before it is cheaper to plant them one at a time by hand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Cook View Post
    Stacey,

    You can also post your pic....

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    within your message!

    Nice tractor! What camera did you get?
    It's a sony cybershot 8.1 mega pixels. How do you post pic with in message? I dont remember seeing that part. I see a button above for inserting an image, but looks like you have to have the pic on the internet first?
    Stacey
    Last edited by stacey martin; 04-20-2008 at 04:39 PM.

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    green star display

    This is the display for the satellite steering.

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    Truck and tube

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    Seed cutting

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    Well see if it worked
    Stacey
    Last edited by stacey martin; 04-20-2008 at 05:43 PM.

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    Satellite steering? Very cool. Man, that sure ain't your granddad's tractor, huh?

    Looks like you got the picture thing down, too.
    When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro. - Hunter S. Thompson
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    Satellite steering? Very cool. Man, that sure ain't your granddad's tractor, huh?

    Looks like you got the picture thing down, too.
    About 4 years ago when we started using the green star for planting the boss came out and said I was doing a good job of driving straight I said thanks but I had a little help from above.
    It's come along way since then. You can do circle track, curves or dog legs and allot more. On the 8500 series tractors you can even program them to make your turns at the end of the field.
    Stacey

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    Back in the late 80s when I was working around a lot of big earthmoving equipment, they were just getting off the ground with laser technology for controlling grade with scrapers and graders (and maybe dozers...I don't remember). I'm sure these days it's WAY beyond that now for the earthmoving business.
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