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Corn Country Moon Buggy June 27, 2010

Posted by Wapello Warbler in Rural Economy, Small Town Life.
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If you get off the highway in Louisa County during the summer, you just might find yourself behind one of these. It’s not really a moon buggy, but it sure reminded me of one.

Sprayer

This is a sprayer. The high frame and narrow wheels allow them to move through a cornfield in mid-summer without damaging the plants. The yellow arms extend out to the side.

The orange sign on the back means “You picked the wrong day to be in a hurry.”

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