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  1. nashmach

    nashmach Moderator

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    A grand day to be in the office.

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    Half your ploughs gone missing.
     
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    The Landini would be in two halves with a 4f reversible!
     
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    Sure aren't you going grand with that set up Nash. It's your own time and sure you'd only be falling around town getting into trouble if your weren't kept busy :drunk:
     
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    :laugh:

    I pass one pub and maybe 3 pubs on the way home :laugh:
     
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    Few experts in them all no doubt. Sampling the crop
     
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    We're not a tillage area and the only conventional plough I've known used in my lifetime was the 2 furrow fergy plough doing the veg patch,if anything is ploughed round here it's always a reversible.
     
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    Saves a lot of spronging in a low shed here!
     
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    If you had the top claw left on the grab , it would save even more ..
     
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    Not much good when I couldn't get in with the loader!!
     
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    You have a spool valve on the 3600, going by a pair of hoses on the right mudguard. So , you could close the grab , using that . If you had dung 12 to 18 inches high, reverse in , close grab , drive out dragging it out.

    I had a McKenna back loader and grab , it was great at jobs like that. Now , if it somewhere like that , pull it out with the back actor of the 50.
     
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    Still have the top of the grab but minus the rams.

    The 3600 doesn't just have one spool but two double acting valves :yes:

    What I do is dig in and then lift and let it off on top of another bit and repeat, you'd bring a fair load of it that way.
     
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    Hell of a lot easier than a *4 prong pike* and wheelbarrow
     
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    I used to use the buckrake on the scraper tractor in our low sheds,ripped the low sheds down and use the loader now.
     
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    I think I need a nifty fifty :whistle:
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    Dear Santa, can you please fit a teleporter down the chimney 1:1 size please.

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    We used to use the backactor on the 50 to clean out the calf sheds too.
     
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    We had small sheds here too. The last year's dung is that was in them is buried in the hole with the sheds :lol::lol:
     
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    Don't take a soil sample where that hole was filled so :laugh:
     
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