Silage 2020

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  1. Bencroy

    Bencroy Well-Known Member

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    Aye or maybe it just might be just a wee bit to damp to be there in the 1st place
     
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  2. scoffcruddle

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    Same with a forage wagon,tractor throws soil straight into the pick up.:curse:

    A driven axle synchronised with can-bus would be the answer.
     
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  3. Kieran97

    Kieran97 Well-Known Member

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    Yes

    I'd be thinking of the comparison between a standard claas lexion, and one on tracks.

    I'd say the Baler could end up longer. Would be quite cumbersome.
     
  4. jcb411abuser

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    Did you see John deeres electric drive with outboard electrical power for drive axles? Way forward imo
     
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    99 times out of 100, the 4 wheel axle would be better for me as its the baler just sinks a little usually. i would sooner consider the slurry tanker the 1 for a driven axle for hills
     
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  6. scoffcruddle

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    I’d prefer hydro-mechanical myself,or electro mechanical and get the electric part up out of the mud.

    A swap body trailer from hi-spec would be the one for me to have it fitted.
     
  7. jcb411abuser

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    Would a joskin be ok?
     
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    From a couple weeks ago

     
  10. Bencroy

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    I see a tight lump of a krone wagon at the local krone dealer.....370 is wrote on it along with i think cl or something like that.i heard richard was doing demos with it .there will be a shocking amount of water under the bridge locally when its out in action again next yr .makes the 7.210 look like a toy that was in front of it
     
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    Who knew that was how you pronounce Joskin!!:lol:
     
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  12. Paw

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    Well I never have but seeing as they are French it wasn't a big surprise.
     
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  13. lough

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    I thought it was only the West of Ireland they used diggers on the pit

     
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    Serious backdrop to that video it's like a painting almost
     
  15. jpt

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    Met a neighbour this evening looking for a few fine days to get the first cut done,we all have our troubles I suppose.
     
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    They also do it a lot in New Zealand with diggers
     
  17. Bencroy

    Bencroy Well-Known Member

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    QUOTE="jpt, post: 703889, member: 1883"]Met a neighbour this evening looking for a few fine days to get the first cut done,we all have our troubles I suppose.[/QUOTE]

    Multi cut to the rest of us.when was he planning a 2nd cut for so:scratchhead:.
    We could all do with a few fine weeeeeksss now
     
  18. jpt

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    He knocked it this evening
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    Nice little pull out of that corner.
     
  21. jpt

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    Yeah the mower was straightening out behind him.
     
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    Quality :drunk:
     
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    Be better than a snowball in their bellys next march all the same.
     
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    Green soup
     
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