Machinery on Youtube

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  1. bagenal

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  2. CORK

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    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...
     
  3. CORK

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    Sweet work.

    You wouldn’t be messing around with a7f fully mounted!

    Incorporating mustard for nematode control Id say.
     
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    It was ment to be a joke...
     
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    I realised that :smile:
     
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    Cheap lo loader for a digger,:lol:

     
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    :laugh:

    That looks like a Solis to me and must be a 15t digger?? :scared:
     
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    You can add 5t to that, says JS 200 on the top of the dipper!!! Must be an early prototype of the sleipner system.:unsure:
     
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    Don't fancy this yoke in small fields :cry::cry:

     
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    In the name of God would a man not have enough hardship towing one of the bastards without adding a second
     
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    Big fields half crops !

    Not a fan of Australia,probably the last country I'd visit.
     
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    Or this lot..
     
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    Where's the sledge (sledges) ?? :huh:
     
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    That jogged my memory . I saw this a few days ago and I thought of @Arthur .
    Think it was filmed in Longford :Whistle2::whistle::whistle:

     
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    e to put face name
     
  17. Big Vern

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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
     
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    You never heard of a bale packer?
     
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    He’d save more time if he pulled a flat 8 and got rid of the bridge
     
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    Yes it's called a bale bandit,,,, pull it behind the baler,,, that looks like create a job ,,,!,,,,,,,,,!!!!!!!
     
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    https://www.facebook.com/124375000938947/posts/2133977143312046/
    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?
     
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    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.
     
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    ahh chicken,,,,wheres the 2 flat 8 sleds
     
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    Newcome-Baker Farms, Sedgeford, Norfolk, c.1950 : photo credit - the Barber and Lyles families.
     
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    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
     
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