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Laapa 25646 308 JD 7710 with Överum CVL plow either
JD 7710 with Överum CVL plow
New John Deere 7710 with 5 furrow reversible Överum CVL
plow.

Picture was taken the fall of 2002 at ur farm in Southern
Sweden.
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Very nice. JD is the best :-D
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where is that thing on the front good for??? what kind of
work do you do with that?


greetz mathieu

www.mperdaems.tk
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looks pointy
:-\
thats all i can say
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Looks like a wee buckrake for lifting beets or turnips.
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Actually it is a tool for picking up rocks attached to the
front 3pt linkage.

The truth is for our first season we did not have any good
weights to ballance the front end of the tractor, so when we
needed more weight on the front we used the
"rock-picking-bucket" to lift a heavy rock and carry it with
us as ballance weight in the front.

Not the ideal solution, I know. (but cheap...)
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it is cheap, but it is very handy if I think so, and it is a
good solution.

greetings mathieu perdaems

www.mperdaems.tk
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MMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
nice machine
JD is the best
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We kept that thing in the front during the whole
fall-tillage season last year, in fact when we put the
tractor in winter-storage was the first time I drove it
without that big thing in the front. Felt a little like
driving a combine on the road without the header, I was that
used to it.

One problem with it was that the tractor gets "bigger".
Turning takes up more room, bigger headlands etc.
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Hey Johan

can I ask you something?
How big is your farm in Sweden and what are the main crops?
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We (me and my dad) farm around 200 hectars. Main crop is
Winter wheat at approx. 50% of the area.
We try to seed as much as possible before winter with
winterwheat, winter oilseed (rape) and winter barley.
In the spring we seed barley, oats, springwheat, (re-seeding
oilseed that did not survive some years) a little sugarbeet.
We have fields with heavy clay content in the soil where
winter wheat is the best crop by far.
All our fields are moldboardplowed and then cultivated
untill we get a decent seedbed.
We have been using the same method and implements for many
years and hopefully with a new type of drill we will be able
to reduce the number of passes on the field.
To save time we have tried broadcast winterwheat and then
cultivate for the last 2 years. This system is very
efficient and yields have been good enough but we loose the
ability to get tramlines witch is a big minus!
You can find more pictures from the farm at my album on
farmphoto.com.
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