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STUCK in the field
Mud, fire, breakdowns -- farmers experience it all out in the field. For one reason or another, the following machines were rendered useless and Farmersforthefuture.com members found enough humor in their situations to snap a photo or two. Enjoy!
DelShane Kluge of Hankinson, North Dakota, shared this photo of his Gleaner R-62 combine suffering from some major axle trouble.
Matt Folsom captured the aftermath of a combine fire near his Red Oak, Iowa, farm.
Matthew Settles of Owensboro, Kentucky, posted this photo of his sunken Deere 9330.
Settles continued his string of bad luck, jokingly asking, "You mean you didn't make sure the nuts were tightened to spec?"
Brian Grossman's grain cart overturned on his Linton, North Dakota-area farm.
Bryce Struckmeier captured destruction amid beauty, as a burnt-up combine smoulders near Prescott, Washington.
The weight of a John Deere 7800 pulling a load of manure was too much for the soft ground near Reinhardt Ferreira's Chestertown, Missouri farm.
"I was applicating on a clay side hill and, as you can see, there was a small sink hole," says Quinn Johnson of Swea City, Iowa.
Two pieces of machinery sit stuck side-by-side on Jeremiah Jones' Beulaville, North Carolina-area farm.
Brad Peiffer of Coal Valley, Illinois, shared this amazing photo of a Miller Nitro sprayer stuck deep in the ground.
Josh Russell got his CaseIH 210 stuck in the tall grass of his farm near Sulphur Springs, Texas.
"Trevor getting his gator stuck," says Matt Duncan of New Boston, Illinois.
Rod Tangeman hit a soft spot coming out of the filed, sinking the grain cart on his Seneca, Kansas, farm.
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