Cubbie cotton picking underway

28 Mar, 2013 06:11 PM
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COTTON picking is underway on Cubbie Station at Dirranbandi in South West Queensland.

Given fine weather over 20 days some 26 John Deere round bale cotton pickers will harvest some 220,000 bales of raw cotton.

About 1000ha is being picked a day yielding about 10.5 bales/hectare.

A team of 36 roadtrains are being used to cart the bales to three ginneries for processing.

Queensland Country Life's senior photographer Rodney Green was at Cubbie to capture these great images.

Pictured is Cubbie general manager Paul Brimblecombe. Click on this image to see more photos in our online gallery.

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Beefy
31/03/2013 9:15:07 PM, on The Land

Excellent News
Richard
1/04/2013 8:21:11 PM, on Farm Weekly

If Jason and Charlie are still there tell them and Keith also, a kiwi who worked with them planting cotton said gidday!
Jock Munro
1/04/2013 9:12:59 PM, on The Land

Excellent news for the Chinese communist government. What little surprises do they have in store for us?
notajock
4/04/2013 2:35:55 AM, on The Land

they will invade your farm jock..... i see your neck is a little red....
Jock Munro
4/04/2013 11:10:24 PM, on The Land

notajock, you are wise to hide behind a pen name.

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Congratulations to Environment Minister Lisa Neville for scrapping an utterly irresponsible and
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Rob. As Bill says, what you do with your time and resources is YOUR choice and no one else's to
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Yes wtf, the Liberals will set up the merchants to gouge the grower even further.