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AnonymousUser 16481 144 Claas 900 & Kemper 375 either
Claas 900 & Kemper 375
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Re: Claas 900 & Kemper 375
I love the pics!! I have a few questions!! Where were
these taken? How many tons are those wagons hauling? How
many wagons/tractors do you have to keep up? How many acres
can you go through in a day? What is the average ton/acre
where you are at? I think that 10 row is the coolest thing
to watch!! I wish we had one here in OHIO, U.S.A.!! There
are a couple Claas and an FX New Holland!! The Claas crew
goes around custom chopping for the MEGA Cattle farms we
have around here. They made there own wagons that hold 30
tons each!! I ran with a Claas Chopper in '97 with an 8 row
head!! It took five 16 ton trucks to keep up!! I would
like to run with something like that for a day!! Thanks for
the pics!!

Re: Claas 900 & Kemper 375
It looks like the pictures where taken in the Netherlands. I
can't tell any numbers since I'm not involved in farming (I
just like to watch the big equipment :-) ).

Usually the contractor drives three wagons depending on the
distance between the field and the silage pile. Usually
that's no more than five miles. We don't have any large
scale farming here in Holland. Our farms are extremely
efficient, but also small scale.

Most contractors drive John Deere or Fendt (at least in my
area) with John Deere or Claas forage harvesters, 6-row
heads and Veenhuis silage wagons (
), which can handle 30 tot 40 m^3 volume. I don't think
larger triaxle wagons will be practical on the small farms
(but I don't drive this stuff, so I can't be sure).
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