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John Deere with Anhydrous Ammonia Rig, on Wind Farm, near Condon, OR
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The sun sets on a John Deere 9230 tractor with an anhydrous ammonia rig. It sits amongst the furrowed rows of a farm near Condon, Oregon that also hosts an array of wind turbines. Wind farms have become a major source of power and a stimulant to the local economy throughout this section of Oregon, from Wasco to Condon.
Copyright: Bill edwards
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上传: 03/07/2013
更新: 03/07/2014
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Tags: oregon; condon; john deere; tractor; farm; wind farm; wind tower; wind turbine; wind power plant; anhydrous ammonia; fertilizer; sunset
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