DCol's photos and videos

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  1. DCol

    DCol Well-Known Member

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    Well ladies and gents, here's my first video of hopefully a lot more in the future. Any and all comments welcome!
     
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    Missed the destoning and sowing the following day, had to go fit for birdseed instead. That 7310r is a fair beast!
     
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    Some silage work off the Hook last Saturday.
     
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    @DCol , I thought you'd give the lads a hand spronging the grass there :laugh:
     
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    I'd fall in a heap if I touched a sprong and got my hands dirty:Thumbp2:
     
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    More silage, this time with a special guest appearance!
     
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    Nice work Declan!

    You captured the scenery down there nicely too :Thumbp2:
     
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    Ursula Senior to the rescue.
     
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    Thanks! Was a rushed job in the failing light but turned out ok. Need a couple of gopros for the next one.
     
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    Last bit of silage I got, missed the mowing and the pit, but sure next time!
     
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    Nice bit of raking. It would take a fair baler to swallow that swarth .
    Nice work with the drone , just my head was spinning watching it.
    :oops2::oops2:
     
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    I see they are getting good use out of the baby fendt
     
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    Lovely little tractor that, it's driver went a bit astray two weeks ago and ended up asking Dad and I for directions.

    Hard to believe she is 110hp yet about 3/4 the size of the Landini!
     
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    Its fairly tidy when your standing beside it isnt it? I seen Martin himself ploughing with it at a few matches at the start of the year.
     
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    I'll be around Naas next Wednesday for a few hours if anyone knows of any winter barley on the go up there, love to get a video of the harvest nice and early before our own starts.
     
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    Ploughed the all ireland with it as well
     
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    Unbelievably so.

    That's right, looked ideal for that as well with the CVT box.
     
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    First video in a long time!
     
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    First video from the Christmas road run last Sunday.
     
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    Lots of horsepower!
     
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    presumably the quadtrac has auto steer on it but they seem to be sowing the oldy fashioned way with bout markers
     
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    Some nice ground there,is it typical of Wexford?
     
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    Great video there Declan, I see the farm manager was on the 40 series :whistle:

    No doubt you will be up goggle eyed at the new Cases tomorrow. Must be expecting big things from us, two invitations :lol:
     
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    As far as I know they all have it, i had one clip i didnt use of one of the drivers getting the sandwiches out halfway up the field :lol:
     
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    Thanks, I got lucky that I saw them going up through Wellington Bridge, went home and got the gear and followed them up.

    I cant go unfortunately, the good people of south Wexford need paint mixed, duty calls :cool1:
    That and I'd be in danger of getting a hernia drooling over an Optum.....
     
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