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See This New Ag Video: CONTROLLED BURN [2160p HD]

See this new Ag Video: “Controlled Burn”…Continue

Started May 31, 2015

See this great video: 2015 Corn Planting In Iowa (2160p HD)

See this great video: 2015 Corn Planting In Iowa (2160p HD)…Continue

Started May 31, 2015

See this great Ag Video: "SPRAYING HERBICIDE IN IOWA [2160p HD]

See This New Ag Video: “Herbicide Spraying In Iowa” [2160p HD]…Continue

Started May 31, 2015

 

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At 12:32pm on May 31, 2015, Joe Dales said…

Hi Robert,

Thanks for posting your terrific videos here.

Regards,

Joe

 
 
 

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