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Luke 14 169835 49 Dung Spreading either
Dung Spreading
A Fendt 714 with West 1600 spreader in full swing in fields
silaged yesterday.
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A Fendt 716 with West 1300 turning in to the lane.
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A Valtra T130 with West 1600 driving round the headland
ready to spread another load.
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The 714 flying up the field after spreading it's load on
it's way back to the pit.
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The 716 entering the field with a full load.
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The 716 at the slurry pit getting filled up by a John Deere
3800 pivot-steer handler.
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The John Deere 3800 awaiting it's next customer.
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The Valtra T130 waiting to enter the pit as the cows go in
for milking.
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The Valtra T130 getting loaded up.
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The 3800 with a full bucket.
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The Fendt 714 waiting to enter the loading bay as the 716
gets filled up.
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And here is the 716.
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A quick change and now it's the 714's turn.
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The front view of the 714.
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The Valtra T130 absolutley flew past me after i took this
picture! :-D
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The Valtra stopped due to 3 stones jamming up the West.
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The 714 off to start another line note the field to the left
of the cab which was getting mowed (John Deere 6800 and 1360
Mo-Co and John Deere 6400 and Lely tedder).
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verry nice pics and machines
keep posting
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The 714 spreading.
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The Valtra, West and stone inccident!
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The 714 spreading in the last field.
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The John Deere 3800 in the morning before the bucket was
fitted and it got covered in dung!! Last Pic,

Regards Luke.
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You make good pictures and most of all you write on English
so we can understand you and that make it interesting.
It is many interesting pictures on this site but when I
can`t understand the text it`s not that interesting.
I think it is better with a bad English than no English.:-p
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By the way the 716 pictured in this thread was also pictured
on my First Cut Silage 2005 thread :-)
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Does that mean you want me to translate some of my words?

Greetings.
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