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  1. nashmach

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    I've been happy with the Celli so decided to double The width.

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    Then again maybe the 3600 should go back ploughing.

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    Or a grand trailed sprayer.

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    This barley Is Going to yield So Well That a Big combine Is needed.

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    Or perhaps these two Lovely machines from The 90s.

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    But then again, This Would Be more me..

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    Mmmmm what brings you to Armstrong’s...?
     
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    A big square baler, apparently
     
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    Don't do it, don't do it! There's a lot of space between round bales in the barley fields here, the rest of Wexico won't be much different...
    Then again, if you have the company cheque book with you then fire away!
     
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    Does it have drop down sides?
     
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    He is getting a nagging twinge in his back , again

    From lting on the wads of 50s. Something biggish . £30000 ish :rolleyes2:
     
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  7. nashmach

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    That's actually a round baler a NH 658 If I remember rightly.

    I was more looking at the M89...
     
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  8. nashmach

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    That would be telling you :lol:

    You surely know by now that plastic money is the way to go.:sweat:
     
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    I hope you brought your workboots up with you so you didn't wear out the day job shoes kicking all them tyres :wink:
    Were the lexions in wbd's??
     
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    They were indeed, the other one is a 430. Wonder did a big MF go out instead?

    The workboots would look out of place with the Dublin and Meath grain barons. :tt2:
     
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    I was a bit too smart for my own good last night with some of the above posts.

    Had to go up to that neck of the woods yesterday evening so swung by both garages. Both really to see if they had any second hand ring rollers and WBD to check out their rotavators and in particular to see any Cellis they had as I'm very happy with the one I've got.
     
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    I didn’t think you were being too smart but thanks anyway!
     
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    Don't be coming up here trying to rob a good cheap ring roller from under my nose!! Are there not plenty of TAMS cast offs down your own way!!!
     
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    You saw what one of those cast offs was like :Whistle2:
     
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    Haha I didn't say I couldn't try and find one in your territory but yes it's slim pickings in our budget!!
     
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    Friday night traffic jam on the M50.... 20180810_192935_zpsny6tzwv5.jpg

    Dublin to Wexford via Ballynatarsna..
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    One end looks like a handbrake cable and the other end looks like a drum speed cable??
     
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    You may guess again as it's neither! To be fair it's not your brand!
     
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    Variable speed control cable? Too heavy to be a throttle cable...
     
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    It's the latter alright!
     
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    Been keeping busy the past few days, if only the numbers were better :rolleyes2:

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    The faithful Haybob earns it's keep again this year.

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    [QUOTE="nashmach,

    The faithful 3600 earns it's keep again this year.

    View attachment 57720 [/QUOTE] that needed editing..:Thumbp2:
     
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  23. nashmach

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    After midday I found myself waiting to see If the Pope would visit a barley field in wexford.

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    After a while It wasn't the purr of the popemobile that came but The Deutz'mobile.
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    The final cut of 2018 for us and the combine.
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    Last load of 2018 ending on a good note.
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  24. nashmach

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    More straw bobbing...

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    I was told I wouldn't get it all on it :lol:
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    Hopefully this will boost the yields in this block whether it be a cereal or beans next spring

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    Buckets on wheels....
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