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An Uphill Battle
The little tractor that could...or not so much.
A Pond in the Works
Typically a pond is filled with water, but this hole would much rather be filled with machinery.
A Sheer Mess
"Help! I've fallen and I can't get up!"
Mistaking ice for solid ground will always be a costly mistake.
Back a Little Farther
Caution: Taking a ride through your lagoon is not recommended.
Bad Day Sprayer
It would appear that this sprayer is literally digging its own grave.
Big Time Ouch
This Deere's tires decided not to participate anymore.
Just a Little Scratch
They probably just ran over a log.
Insurance is a dandy commodity.
Buried in Corn
Let's play "Can You Find the Semi?"
Caution: Wet Grain
Luckily no one was injured in this incident.
Watering the Tractor
This tractor needed a water break during spring planting.
Thankfully, no one was hurt in this incident, but the same cannot be said for this heated tractor.
Disking River Ground
Taking a nice mud bath to help cool off.
Don’t Park It There
This semi just went into alligator mode.
When harvesters attempt gymnastics...
Into the Pond
Everyone, even the machinery, needs a cool sip of water after a hard day of work.
Couldn't he see that truck was already parked there? Irrigation equipment can be rude sometimes.
It’s a Bear Market
Common pests to look out for this season: lacewings, rove beetles, damsel bugs, and black bears.
Just Cleaning Things Up a Bit
This is what happens when your help's help needs...help.
You know when you get that sinking feeling?
This picture proves the theory of spontaneous combustion.
When trying to control brush, try not to let the brush control you.
Silo Meets Truck
Silos may start to bend when there is the right combination of wet grain and cold temperatures. This can be prevented by establishing an even flow pattern through the center of the silo.
This potato harvester had a rough go.
Can't See the Forest
You know that saying about not being able to see the forest for the trees? Well ... .