11-17-2012 09:35 AM - edited 11-18-2012 08:05 AM
Many of us finished harvest in good time. I've been staying pretty busy outside trying to make the most of the nice weathear we've had since then.
Every year in the fall, I like to go around every fence and cut out all the little trees and suckers. I also put in some reflective markers on key corner posts and bridges. I have two bridges and when I haul grain at night, the tractor headlights are helped out a lot by some tape on a post near the bridge entrance. I also have some fiels that are L shaped so it's nice to have a marker on the inside post so I know where to aim as I'm driving in the dim headlights.
I don't have to do fall tillage as I'm not that big, but there is sure a lot of it going on around me. Ripping and other kinds of tillage. Some NH3 going on, but not as much as I'd have expected.
I'd do some dirtwork but I can't get the dozers free - there is a lot of dirt work and tiling going on around.
I'm lining up maintenance work for winter and have started getting the shop cleaned up and ready for it.
I have to admit that I have a little decompression time at the end of harvest and I dont' mind taking a few days of down time to catch my breath.
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