Discussion in 'Pictures and video' started by Admin, Sep 26, 2013.
I actually stumbled on this video the other day.
Only running part loads to minimise damage to the potatoes Id say.
In fairness, they take their soil protection seriously - those trailers have decent rubber considering the weight they’re carrying.
Over 6tn per axle and you’re doing harm apparently...
You wouldn’t be messing around with a7f fully mounted!
Incorporating mustard for nematode control Id say.
It was ment to be a joke...
I realised that
Cheap lo loader for a digger,
That looks like a Solis to me and must be a 15t digger??
You can add 5t to that, says JS 200 on the top of the dipper!!! Must be an early prototype of the sleipner system.
Don't fancy this yoke in small fields
In the name of God would a man not have enough hardship towing one of the bastards without adding a second
Big fields half crops !
Not a fan of Australia,probably the last country I'd visit.
Or this lot..
Where's the sledge (sledges) ??
That jogged my memory . I saw this a few days ago and I thought of @Arthur .
Think it was filmed in Longford
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I suppose there's a point to inventing a bridge to do that,,, I'd wanna see a flat 8 behind each though,,, feck pitching up all they single bales,,,, mugs game dat
You never heard of a bale packer?
He’d save more time if he pulled a flat 8 and got rid of the bridge
Yes it's called a bale bandit,,,, pull it behind the baler,,, that looks like create a job ,,,!,,,,,,,,,!!!!!!!
Saw this on Facebook yesterday. The boys seem amazed that the 250r John Deere is capable of 1. Lifting a six furrow plough 2. Pulling it. It then goes on to pull 8 furrows fairly comfortably too. They normally have a 939 on that plough.
It's pretty easy looking ground. Would it not be incredibly disappointing if a 250hp tractor couldn't manage a 6 f plough. Seeing as 110 up 7810's used to handle 4 furrow reversibles?
Are those vari width plough covering that much more width?
There are lads pulling six-, seven-furrow semi-mounteds with under 200hp. My brother used to have a seven-furrow semi-mounted Lemken on a Fendt 920 and could comfortably work it fully opened out. We have even worked a five-furrow auto-reset on a John Deere 6600.
Another point is the 6250R boosts to around 300hp whereas a 939 will only deliver 360hp for heavy draft work to protect the transmission - that closes the gap a lot. Only had a quick spin on a 6250R when it was launched and it was a lovely tractor to drive.
ahh chicken,,,,wheres the 2 flat 8 sleds
nicked off facebook
Newcome-Baker Farms, Sedgeford, Norfolk, c.1950 : photo credit - the Barber and Lyles families.
There getting very hard to listen to imo hes trying to be a krone salesman.
The last few dvds the questions seem repetitive and theres no flow in conversation.
Farmflix is far better imo ed