Topping tulips with the amazing John Deere 6R on soucy tracks!

Topping tulips

Have you ever wondered where all the tulip bulbs come from? Well, there are a lot of tulip farms with a lot of tulip fields. Every year, millions of tulips are grown on these fields.

Around the end of April farmers are topping tulips. This process involves take the tulip head or the flower off so the bulbs can get stronger before they take them out of the ground during the summer.

Of course, it’s a horrible sight for tulip lovers but it is a necessary “evil”. The John Deer 6R is rolling into the colorful tulip fiends while doing its job. Eventually, the tulip fields are left with green stems and occasionally tulip that is simply too small to be chopped.

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