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AGCOfan 107272 381 "The Goat" either
Everyone calls this "The Goat". Don't know why we just do.
225hp. Has too much flotation at times. I was pulling a 20ft
Aer-Way. Before this thing was on a 300hp Versatile and
wondered if the 26 would pull it. I over worked it a few
times but ground was flat most of the time. Our idea was to
take this thing over the ground and then plant beans. It
dryed the ground out in 30min or so but left it too hard and
uneven. So we disked. This aer-way was rented.
How fast do you pull it this aerway, ?? In holland we call
them blade- or knife harrows i think only the Finnish
Hankmo, and French Doublet-record companies makes them in
I hired one, to break grass sod. I worked it 4 times, at
speeds of 18 to 20 km/h. Here is a link to some pics:
I think when you drive fast enough it must be able to create
a level and fine broken up field.
btw, is that clay soil you're working ??
Hi Renze. Doublet-Record isn't French but Danish. Anyway
these knife harrows are quite good for grasseed. Here in
Denmark we normally run about 10-20 km/h when we use them,
depending on soil and stone conditions. Have a good day.
Oh I was running around 6mph. That was tops for it so I
didn't over work it. If I hate more HP i'd go as fast as I
could pull it. They pull HARD. There neat to watch when your
standing beside it. The whole ground lifts, twists and does
an whole bunch of things. I as working in sand to clay to
muck to you name it. I had to lift the aer-way up many times
because I was pushing mud. It even tossed a rock up and
jammed it's self once. There most popular up here for manure
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