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Haslbeck 111073 71 no compaction either
no compaction
Seen today in Lower Bavaria: This farmer do all to keep his
ground in perfect condition. He try to avoid ground
compaction and uses this crawer for to digg potatos :-[
Re: no compaction
I think this farmer got a lot of money if I see his material
Re: no compaction
I think this farmer have a lot of work when he uses two such
powerful tractors!
Re: no compaction
What about the harvester's tires? The compaction caused by a
(wheeled) tractor is lower than the harvester's compaction
because the rear tires are usually bigger and DRIVEN! A
driven axle for the harvester is expensive and not many
farmers opt for it.
This equipment seems a little bit too expensive. I guess
it's a contractor (custom harvester) so they operate heavy
machinery like ploughs or rippers with them, too.
Re: no compaction
I real reason for posting this pictures was an answere ot a
simular picture from Theodore Turner South Africa
(No:90080). I agree with you that the tyres on the digger
are in this example the problem. But manny diggers here are
pulled by tractors with very smal row crop tyres and under
such conditions is the tractor and the paralled going
trailer the most reason for ground compaction. The tyres on
the diggers get mutch bigger now like the AVR Sprint 8200
demonstrates very impressive.

Greetings from Bavaria
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