Discussion in 'Grassland Management' started by Titan 8820, Aug 8, 2016.
Ah September hay.
Getting there slowly...
Going to wrap mine this evening. Small squares, have Heineken on stand by
Baled and wrapped couldn't be done without a can of beer or two. 7e a bale they are making. You would want every penny the work that goes into it
The twin power boosters were on the 135
Was he over with the 4610?
september 14th hay
Last of the hay finished today. Nice stuff considering time of year.
helping a mate with small bales hay today.
Got the baler tractor stuck in a wet bit!!
To be fair his 2wd massey is on slick back wheels. He stopped to check baler settings and she just wouldn't get going again!
He has a 6 rotor tedder which we worked out had meant that he hadn't been over that spot with tractor wheels till today!!
Mows with a tractor on 600's, she must have floated over it!
My brother's organic September hay.
More luck to ye lads that have the ba**s to go for it. Last time I made hay it was in 2015, cut on 29th of June and not baled till 4th August. I spent almost 5 weeks messing with it and it was still shite, never again.
Our hay for GLAS this year was cut on a Saturday and baled the following Wednesday. Took a punt and got away with it. It pi**ed rain the following morning.
Hay would wreck your head some years.
No shortage of gear there anyway
His Renault was having hydraulic issues, I was called over to try figure it out, he borrowed a neighbor's ford to finish the turning. Contractor raked and baled.
A goweil combi with a welger baler .
I don't pay much attention to balers, I thought it was a tornado, but you could well be right.
It`s a goweil alright zoomed in on the pic