Discussion in 'Pictures and video' started by thorpe, Apr 14, 2013.
A few John Deere Self Propelled Foragers from the first cut
A few snaps from Harvest 2018 so far.
It would be hot work in the red Fahr.
Oh it was, I was baked standing in the field. I ducked for cover to the shadow of the trailer several times while there
A few more from Harvest 2018
Some photos of the Mellery Vintage Club Vintage Combine Exhibition 2018 held today in Lismore Castle
I see @diesel power made It down
Thanks for sharing Thorpe
A few more from the early days of Harvest 2018
I hope the admin team wont mind this small request.
I am looking for a small bit of help if possible for a small project. I am looking to get a few photographs of a few older combines cutting this season ideally in North, East & South Cork or West Waterford. In particular I'm looking to track down Claas Senator & New Holland Claysons (ideally the 15xx series) but any of the older machines would be great.
Thanks in advance.
a few new hollands here around shane,m133 ,1530 1540
I will have to make a day trip down I would think once things start off again.
Immaculate 1530 will be working about a mile from me at home in a few weeks I'll let you know when I see it working.
@Blackwater boy thanks for that, I would really appreciate it.
I'll have the 133 out in a few weeks I'm in Lismore
Will have the uncle with a cabless 1530 cutting here soon near kinsale if it is of any use the neighbour had a newer new holland 8040 i think, if they're of any use
Thank you both very much. I am hope to get as many as I can. It will also come down to availability with work as well.
A few more from harvest 2018
Grain, Whole-Crop & Baling
A few more from this years harvest
Harvest 2018 continued
@CORK a lot great operators made the cut This week......
I was just about to ask myself what that lad was doing on the red Deutz when I realised it was us cutting wheat plots!!!!
i can nearly hear the club sandwidge being bet out but i didnt spot the fags
It was a long hoor of a day, never cut all the wheat plots in one day before.
God, these pics of dust and hot skies brings back happy memories of good weather.