Machinery on Youtube

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  1. Big Vern

    Big Vern Well-Known Member

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    It may help to stop OSR n beans flying out the back of the table, ???
     
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  3. recycled

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    Quite a clean cut
     
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    Going well. The heap is a work of art .
    The field underneath the one being cut , in the very last of the video , seems to be very lacking in fertility.
     
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  5. scoffcruddle

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    Have they finished the field yet?:Whistle2:
     
  6. Arthur

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    Some crop of dockleaves with big heads of ripe seeds in it.
     
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    Must be cutting his own silage as can't get a contractor when he wants one
     
  8. Agri Power

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    Maybe his bale contractor let him down, docks went to seed while waiting and strong docks and bale wrap plastic dont go together.
     
  9. johndeere6920s

    johndeere6920s Well-Known Member

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    Maybe he's neighbour doesn't like him and was throwing dock seeds over the ditch
    Would they not puncture the plastic on the pit as its only a single chop
     
  10. Agri Power

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    No, heavier plastic!!
     
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  11. johndeere6920s

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    Forgot to add a smiley face
     
  12. Agri Power

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    Me or you?:smile:
     

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