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RonyvdBerg 332007 152 Bean harvest either
Bean harvest
Harvesting our beans september 3-5 in Vauxhall

John Deere 8200 with International pull-type 1482
Case IH 2388
Case IH 1688
Super B
Semi
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My dad is driving the tractor on the pictures, i went
driving it after i took the pictures, and daddy drove the
trucks to the elevator:-)
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1688
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unloading
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the trucks
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full load, last pic
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Nice phots Rony;-)
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nice pics Rony..... ;-)
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Nice pics Rony.. What is the difference in capacity between
a pull-type harvester and s self-propelled harvester at the
same size?

Bjarne
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I don't know what the difference is, but the pull-type
combine is ours, that other combine is from an other
dutchman.

We cut the beans with a One Step, that makes windrows. We
were not able to finish it on time with our One Step, so he
came with a normal bean cutter, that doesn't make windrows.
So we couldn't combine those because our pick-up isn't wide
enough, so he came with 2 normal combines.

Take care,
Rony
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Good pics Rony but what is this post doing in forage harvesters?

Cheers,

TC :-P
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Good pictures Rony, trailed combines are something I have never seen in the UK.

I suppose there must have been a period when they were used over here.

I think most farms over in England, went from binders, to a small self propelled combine.
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We had quite alot here, going back years ago JCB. Massey even had a couple of models still on the market in the mid 1980's.

I have never seen any of these Inters like Rony has posted here though.
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I remember 2 old binders the farm used, parked in a shed when I was a lad.

I will have to ask Tom, he lives close by and he worked on this farm from his teens (late 1930's). He will know if we ever used trailed combines. He used to do all the combining / harvesting on the farm.
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They are living treasures guys like that :-)

The old Class pto driven combines were used a bit here too (not sure of the model), as I have seen a few old wrecks parked up out the back of sheds & under hedges.
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TC, I have asked Tom's younger brother, he worked on this farm too.
He tells me, we used a trailed bagger combine in the mid 50's. The trailed bagger was a McCormick.
We bought our 1st self propelled combine around 1958. It was a 10 foot cut Claeys.
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OK, cheers JCB
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