New milking parlour

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  1. podge 23

    podge 23 Well-Known Member

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    Is there a what scoff??
     
  2. podge 23

    podge 23 Well-Known Member

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    De Laval really they have 2 by 0 pulsation lik fullwood have they?
     
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    kverneland es 80 Well-Known Member

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  5. scoffcruddle

    scoffcruddle Well-Known Member

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    Very reliable equipment,I think they make their money when they sell it new rather than repairs.
     
  6. padraig barron

    padraig barron Well-Known Member

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  7. podge 23

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    2,50 point de Laval rotarys?
     
  8. Blackwater boy

    Blackwater boy Tillage Moderator

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    You must have a lot of cows so.....
     
  9. podge 23

    podge 23 Well-Known Member

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    No I was just asking were they de Laval parlours.
     
  10. bruceythom

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    Dairymaster for marketing and for being dead sound, Full wood for the better machine, that's just my opinion though.
     
  11. Mf310

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    Using chains in parlour at the moment its hardship having to get out of the pit ..... would rather an adjustable bar that could move a few inches but would manage with a solid bar either ... just want to see what all yer solutions is to this... could buy the bar from gentleman agri down in Kerry but thats 260€ a side for what is a very simple design ... Are air gates good and worth the money?
     

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