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Hi

could you explain the setup of the "clamp" for me? Looks
like the loaders are facing a dead end? So why build up the
grass in the entrance first? Maybe I just missed something.

Looks like a rather small area for two machines that size.
But it's always better to have too much weight on the grass
than too little. :-)

Why do you see a lot of covered silage pits in the Uk and
Ireland? Seems a lot of money for little use to me. Maybe
you can tell me?

TIA Martin
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covered pit/silo is mostly because the uk has lots of
rain;-) it keeps the silage dry when the plastic sheet
has been opened in the winter;-) as for the filling the
entrance first:-\ i can only say the irish do things
differently:-D
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Im from Northern Ireland, we fill the entrance first so that
as you fill towards the back you are always rolling the
grass that you have previously spread! We are smart you
know!
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Ok now that makes sense. :-)

Heres another one for you: the silage you guys make seems
fairly green. At least greener than almost everything I get
to see over here. Do you know how much dry matter is in it?
I'm not saying you guys don't know how do get good feed for
your cows. I'm asking just because I'm courios(sp?).

Martin
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Our silage is made green because of the high sugar
levels;-) to feed dairy/milk cows;-) the sugar help
produce more milk and stuff (it is scientific
producion:-D ) Soya and stuff is used to get protein as
well;-) also maize silage is very popular because of high
tons per acre you get from even small fields but it is
expensive to grow:-(
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jcbs are nice,we have a 416s
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jcbs are nice,we have a 416s
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How do you do the back against the wall, because the wheels cant get close enough, with the engine over the rear wheels and the boom in front. You'll hit the wall before you and get close to compact the silage.
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