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Bog Man

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I am a fan of driving on crops as your tramlines survive wet conditions. We make our own tramlines using the GPS and they are way more accurate than ones put in based on multiples of 3 Meters . By driving on the crop you have no mud splash onto the crop. You can adjust the tramlines to match up with poles or other landmarks. We are on 650,s all year. The 30 Meter tramlines reduces trafficking.
 

TAFKAT

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I am a fan of driving on crops as your tramlines survive wet conditions. We make our own tramlines using the GPS and they are way more accurate than ones put in based on multiples of 3 Meters . By driving on the crop you have no mud splash onto the crop. You can adjust the tramlines to match up with poles or other landmarks. We are on 650,s all year. The 30 Meter tramlines reduces trafficking.
What's your average field size?
 

TAFKAT

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About forty acres but I have wide gateways. I would have a lot of tramlines of over 700 Meters. I was an environmental terrorist during the 1970,s taking out hedges. Under the good Friday agreement I availed of the amnesty.
I doubt @Masseyrk662 has too many 40 acre fields, 650 tyres on 15m tramlines are doing more than twice the trampling compared to 30m tramlines. I sprayed with 520's when I had 24m tramlines but had 11.2 rowcrops when I was on 12m.
 

Masseyrk662

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The father is flat out flying his drone for this years harvest
 

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Masseyrk662

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How come you cut across tramline direction in one field?
There’s a gate there onto the main road I think you can see it in picture of the back of the combine and another gap then into the other field directly along that line I cut. We baled all the straw in the back field this eve and It’s handier let the lads that bought it through that way so just making a path
 

Masseyrk662

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700 whitetorn in, hedge done now, something to be at these days anyway, hopefully allow me to take out a hedge between 2 tillage fields in another spot next year
Digger is in and the old ditch is coming out. Hopefully worth slogging these in last winter
 

Masseyrk662

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Be grand now to get a pup for the kids or the wife or the girlfriend or the sister or as a bit of company for the other dog
 

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Masseyrk662

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This pond was here since as long as anyone can remember, hopefully gone for good now it’s dry to walk through and land is wet in the west at the minute
 

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Masseyrk662

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Shore seems to be working well too. About an acre and a half fully failed along that shore last year, it was just so wet. The mad stunts tracks you can see in the crop are the result of a man that loves nothing more than cruising around in a teleporter
 

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