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    Case IH SDX30 Sold on ELS! – Video - November 2, 2012 by Mr HomeBuilder


    Case IH SDX30 Sold on ELS!
    SOLD! For Sale Used 2004 Case IH SDX30 Drill SOLD serial# CBJ0007122 stock# BM4030 (video) 64190.00 USD http://www.equipmentlocator.com Call OFFICE 800-356-4145 Fairbanks International PO Box 556 Holdrege Nebraska USA 68949 holdrege.titanmachinery.com bull; Includes Case IH 2230 Air Cart (SN CBJ0004316), Hyd Down Pressure, 36 Single-disk Openers, 10 #39; #39; Row Spacing, Std Press Wheels, Pull-type Hitch. bull; Stock # BM4030 (video) bull; Category: For Sale SOLD bull; Class: Used bull; Available: Immediately bull; Make: Case IH bull; Model: SDX30 bull; Year: 2004 bull; Serial#: CBJ0007122 No till bull; Notes: Includes Case IH 2230 Air Cart (SN CBJ0004316), Hyd Down Pressure, 36 Single-disk Openers, 10 #39; #39; Row Spacing, Std Press Wheels, Pull-type Hitch bull; Width: 30 ft. bull; Hitch Type: Pull Type bull; Row Spacing: 10 in. bull; Row Markers: No bull; Agitator: No bull; Grass Seeding: No bull; Down Pressure: Hydraulic bull; Press Wheel: Standard bull; Opener Type: Single Disk bull; # Openers: 36 bull; Population Monitor: No bull; Fertilizer: No bull; Drag Chains: No bull; Half Speed Kit: No bull; Paint Condition: Good bull; Overall Condition: Good bull; Warranty: No bull; Price: 64190 USD Call 641900 CallFrom:equipmentlocatorViews:27 1ratingsTime:01:48More inAutos Vehicles

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    Airport Link Rehab Cartwright St TMR Land and Green space in Windsor – Video - November 2, 2012 by Mr HomeBuilder


    Airport Link Rehab Cartwright St TMR Land and Green space in Windsor
    Thiess John Holland #39;s attempt at land rehabilitation of green space in Windsor. Although clearly conditioned by the State, they fail to remove the compacted road base/cement material that was introduced to the site to facilitate staff parking for the Airport Link and Northern Busway projects. The land now fails to drain water as it used to leaving it a muddy mess which will be difficult to maintain. It was further conditioned that the land be reinstated and turfed. Instead they paper over the cracks and send in a grass seeding machine. Without intervention and enforcement of the conditions, this former green space will remain an ugly, muddy mess.From:thecoach6914Views:15 0ratingsTime:01:15More inEntertainment

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    Cultivating With The Bolens HT20 – Video - November 2, 2012 by Mr HomeBuilder


    Cultivating With The Bolens HT20
    Working up the back yard in preparation for new grass seeding with the 1972 Bolens and 2 sections of International Harvester spring tooth cultivators.From:FarmallDoctorViews:84 2ratingsTime:04:45More inAutos Vehicles

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    Illinois 251 bridge ramps done, some closures likely - November 2, 2012 by Mr HomeBuilder

    ROCKFORD Two years of construction season lane closures are nearly history at the Spring Creek Road and Illinois 251 bridge.

    The $10.8 million project was supposed to be done in one season, but was extended to two after steel support pilings specified in a design approved by the Illinois Department of Transportation moved too much after they were driven deep into the earth.

    But now its all over but the grass seeding.

    We have some landscaping to do, so there may be some temporary lane closures, said John Wegmeyer, project implementation engineer for IDOT. But its finished. Theyve got all the lanes and ramps open.

    Rockfords Sjostrom and Sons Construction was the contractor for rebuilding the bridge, which was built in 1956.

    How do you measure this project? Here are some comparisons.

    12.5 Janes Snout to tail, thats how many replicas of the Burpee Museum of Natural Historys marquee dinosaur it would take to equal the length of the bridge and approaches on both ends.

    5+ minutes How long the energy in a single blow to a steel piling from a 4,200-pound hammer would keep a 100-watt light bulb lit.

    2 planes The 55.5-foot distance from railing to railing atop the bridge would fit a pair of planes the size of the Spirit of St. Louis lined up tail to propeller.

    158 Jeeps How many Jeep Grand Cherokees it would take to equal the 565,000 pounds of rebar that strengthens concrete on the bridge.

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    Thousands of budgies flock to outback waterholes - October 23, 2012 by Mr HomeBuilder

    A zoologist in Central Australia says he has never seen so many budgerigars congregating around waterholes.

    Anthony Molyneux from the Alice Springs Desert Park says the explosion of budgie numbers is a rare phenomenon.

    "The largest flock I've seen is about 5,000," he said.

    "I was sitting on a dam wall and they flew up and around me. It gave me goose bumps. It's an experience that I will never forget and will stay with me forever.

    "If you see them in the distance it looks like a swarm of insects until you work out that that's so many thousands of budgies.

    "So it's certainly a sight to behold, that's for sure."

    He says the birds are thriving on abundant seeding grass across the region.

    There have been reports of flocks of up to 15,000 budgies at waterholes from Alice Springs to Barrow Creek.

    "I've been in Alice a bit over 13 years and I've never seen this many around ... so it's a classic boom and bust," Mr Molyneux said.

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    Budgie numbers explode at outback waterholes - October 23, 2012 by Mr HomeBuilder

    A zoologist in Central Australia says he has never seen so many budgerigars congregating around waterholes.

    Anthony Molyneux from the Alice Springs Desert Park says the explosion of budgie numbers is a rare phenomenon.

    "The largest flock I've seen is about 5,000," he said.

    "I was sitting on a dam wall and they flew up and around me. It gave me goose bumps. It's an experience that I will never forget and will stay with me forever.

    "If you see them in the distance it looks like a swarm of insects until you work out that that's so many thousands of budgies.

    "So it's certainly a sight to behold, that's for sure."

    He says the birds are thriving on abundant seeding grass across the region.

    There have been reports of flocks of up to 15,000 budgies at waterholes from Alice Springs to Barrow Creek.

    "I've been in Alice a bit over 13 years and I've never seen this many around ... so it's a classic boom and bust," Mr Molyneux said.

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    MassCreative fights for 'creative community' - October 23, 2012 by Mr HomeBuilder

    Matt Wilson is happy when people think the "arts are nice. But the new director of MassCreative really wants you to think "the arts are necessary.

    Since he was hired six months ago, the veteran community activist has been seeding a grassroots campaign to support, strengthen and fund arts organizations "from Pittsfield to Provincetown.

    "Our role at MassCreative is to be the advocacy voice for creative institutions and artists, Wilson said from his modest office in Boston. " Art is not just nice to look at. Its necessary for our economic well-being and for building vibrant communities.

    MassCreative was established in April as a nonprofit organization with support from The Boston Foundation and Hunt Alternatives Fund to help artists and arts institutions "speak in one voice as unified community on crucial issues including funding, arts education and political support, he said.

    With 28 years experience as a campaign and community organizer, Wilson aims to help the artists and institutions of the "creative community" express their needs for resources, funds and political support.

    Wilson said MassCreative will have the ability to endorse political candidates who have supported the arts but he doesnt expect to do that during this election cycle.

    Leaders of state and local arts organizations are embracing MassCreatives mission of advocacy by providing a unified message.

    Anita Walker, executive director of the Massachusetts Cultural Council, called the founding of MassCreative a "milestone in our effort to restore public funding for the arts, sciences and humanities."

    "Our cultural organizations, artists, and arts educators contribute to the quality of life in our communities every day. We look forward to working with MassCreative to harness the incredible talent and energy of this sector to ensure it gets the support it deserves," said Walker.

    Jerry Wedge, executive director of Emerson Umbrella Center for the Arts in Concord, said he agreed to help organize a Nov. 1 meeting for Wilson to address local groups. "As arts organizations, were continually looking for ways to grow over time and that obviously includes looking for funds, he said.

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    If you haven’t seeded grass yet – wait - October 23, 2012 by Mr HomeBuilder

    As you can probably tell, fall is a great time for lawns to really grow and recover from this summers drought. Fall is the time of year that turf really puts on quite a bit root growth and we have had excellent conditions for this to occur.

    If you have bare spots and havent seeded by now, its best to wait. Your next option is winter seeding and this can be done when temperatures are colder, usually after the holidays.

    Winter seeding is the second best time of the year because the freezing and thawing of the ground helps to work the seeds into the soil. They wont germinate until spring.

    Now is a fantastic time to control some of the broadleaf weeds. Dont wait too much longer, however, because growth will soon slow down and the weeds wont take in the herbicides.

    We generally spot treat dandelions, clover, and other broadleaf weeds in the fall. These plants are actively storing sugar in the root systems and therefore, take the herbicides into the plant much more effectively.

    Soon we will be mowing the lawn one final time. Dont scalp the lawn, however. It has been a practice in the past for homeowners to scalp the lawn one last time before winter sets in.

    Mow your lawn on the normal height that you should be using all season. For Kentucky bluegrass, the proper height is 1 1/2-2, turf type tall fescue height is 2 1/2-3, and perennial ryegrass is 2-21/2.

    If you continually remove a large portion of the leaf blade, you stress the roots. Higher mowing favors a deeper root system. Without a good root system, the turf is more likely to struggle through a dry spell.

    In addition, this is a great time of the year to sharpen and repair any tools before you put them away for the winter. For some reason, I love to sharpen my pruning tools. There is something soothing about it.

    The first step is to clean the tools and remove all of the gunk and soil with steel wool and soapy water. If you have sticky sap on the tool, one of the abrasive cleaners does a good job in removing the sap.

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