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Again,I was back here in 78, and I was in the field with my uncle,s 8630 John Deere, I was going along with 18 foot sweep,s,and an anhydrous tank behind it, I had to take a leak, so I stopped the tractor,climed down, went to the other side where there was no wind, doing my thing, & the darn wind come,s up and pushe,s that smell of that anhydrous in my face, I was kinda mad it it, cause I was trying to get outta the wind and it did it to me anyway, Ohhh Mann, that anhydrous really smell,s bad,and it dangerous to smell it, Typical farming thing,s you have to watch out for.
Kirk in ks,, ks, entered 2007-02-21
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