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mikebiery 127808 139 On farm grain storage either
On farm grain storage
This is my grain setup. With the help of family and friends
we have been able over the last 10 years to find 5 used
Clayton Lambert grain bins, tear them down, move them home
and put them back up. Total storage is about 35000 BU.
The auger is a 10" X 62' Mayrath hydrualic lift with
mechanical swingaway. The next best thing to a grain leg....
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why are bins not assembled in a simi-circle transport auger
could be left in one spot and rotated in the circle? many
farmers down here in past have located bins from farms that
have converted to sugar cane or cotton but you have to be
carefull some bins the only thing good was the hull we found
we were better buying new bin because you only had to
assemble them once!!!!! good luck!!!!!!;-)
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Matt,
The reason that I did not put the bins in a semi circle is
because originally I was planning on putting up a grain leg
and dryer so the bins would be set closer together.
Know what you mean about used bins, have to be careful what
you buy......;-)
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Mike & Matt: In Re: used grain bins....do you mean to
beware of deals like this one: For Sale, slightly used,
slightly dented grain bin. :-[
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John, I think that bin would be a good one to run away
from....

Mike
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Mike: Nice looking setup that you have put together.
Here is a shot of one of the sets at SRS Ranches; (2)
12,000 & (1) 10,000. Love the 10" augers; we like to say
that they will suck the end gate right off of the truck.;-)
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Thanks John,
I know what you mean about those ten inch augers sucking the
endgate off of the truck...:-D Mine gives my JD 4020 a
pretty good workout too...

Mike
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HEY GUYS this is a 10inch GSI 57ft yeh it moves alot of
grain also have a 10inch hutch at other set, but more people
here going to the hutch master movers they say they last
longer they like the older top drives where you were only
pulling on one side of chain on the way up!!!!!!!
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