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Double L is an innovative manufacturer that customizes potato planting, harvesting, and handling equipment for farmers worldwide
Double L is an innovative manufacturer that customizes potato planting, harvesting, and handling equipment for farmers worldwide

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#Technology for #self-driving vehicles has improved. How do you feel this will affect daily operation of your #farm? 
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Hard #work and #farming are one and the same.
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Cleaning your crop before loading it on storage or hauling it to processors is one of the biggest challenges faced by #potato #farmers. Polyurethane star roller tables have proven effective in separating foreign material without causing excessive damage to the #crop.
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A self-unloading truck bed can haul up to 22 tons of #potatoes and still unload itself in a matter of minutes.
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Using two four-row windrowers and a four-row harvester, a #potato  #farmer can dig 13 acres of #potatoes  per hour. (This assumes 36-inch row spacing and an average ground speed of 3 miles per hour).
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Here's a view of a #potato #transload site from 400 feet above the ground. Potatoes loaded here will become #fries before the end of the day.
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Here is what a #potato   #transload  site looks like from 400 feet above the ground.
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Do you pile #potatoes  , #onions  , #almonds  , or #peanuts in a storage cellar? Quickly and gently empty your storage with a #DoubleL  scoop.
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A large #fire is burning north of our #Heyburn, #Idaho facility. We hope everyone involved is safe.
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Anthropologists believe that #farming originated over 12,000 years ago. How amazed would they be by how much farming has changed since then?
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