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Paul Quinn 310070 307 Bailing Hay either
Bailing Hay
Bailing Hay with John Deere 6800 and Welger Rp 220 Special
16 July 2006
Re: Bailing Hay
how do you like that baler?
our contracter had 2 of those but they didn't cut great, or
do you don't use the knives?
Re: Bailing Hay
Excellent baler we use the knives when bailing silage but
need to be sharpened every second day. New set of 12 knives
are €600
Re: Bailing Hay
were yeah bailing silage up near pedigree corner 2 or 3
weeks ago cause the were two tractors like yours and a jeep
in the field
Re: Bailing Hay
Thats us got it in one. Not sure about who owned the jeep
not ours maybe someone called to the field.
Re: Bailing Hay
Do you find that the 68 is a bit under powered to run the
welger making a tight silage bale? A contractor over here
tried one on a 6820 and no end of problems with sloppy bales
and poor quality silage due to low compaction. It was
nearly stalling the tractor at full bale. Another contrator
tried the same baler on a fendt 930 and had no worries with
it. Maybe it was the contractor that had it set up wrong?
Re: Bailing Hay
No problems with power used to run it with a Fiat F110 and
sometimes with Massey Ferguson 3085 but that was bailing
hay. It only has 12 knives not 23. Makes a very good solid
Re: Bailing Hay
Must have been the guy opperating the one over here. Glad it
goes well for you
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