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sugar beet harvest in n wyoming

Discussion in 'Agricultural Operations' started by 637slayer, Oct 17, 2012.

  1. 637slayer

    637slayer Senior Member

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    here is a couple pics of local farmers getting their sugar beets out of the ground
     

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  2. JTL

    JTL Senior Member

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    You must be somewhere between Lovell and Thermopolis. Saw quite a bit of beet harvesting last week when I rolled that way down from Montana on my way to lovely area of Rawlins.
     
  3. 637slayer

    637slayer Senior Member

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    little town called greybull, 24 miles from lovell, i hope you dont have to spend very much time in rawlins. I forgot to add the few red tractors, everyone in this area use john deere with only a few cih, dealer support i guess. the diggers and defoiliators are arts way, mostly 6 row i think. the last three years they have gone to mostly the aulick live bottoms, with the spread triple axle, must be the biggest payload provider i guess, looks like it would be an expensive investment, nice all around trailer.
     

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    Pixie Senior Member

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    Thanks for the pictures ! I really enjoyed driving thru that area several years ago.
     
  5. JTL

    JTL Senior Member

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    10-4! Prety sure we chewed on the same dirt that was blowing around! I know I saw those shows the other morning. Small word!
     
  6. Birken Vogt

    Birken Vogt Charter Member

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    I am ignorant of beets, are those huge piles in the picture by the conveyor the finished product waiting to be shipped out?
     
  7. spectrumsorter

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    The US harvested 1,004,600 acres (406,547 ha) of sugar beets in 2008. In 2009, sugar beets accounted for 20% of the world's sugar production.