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Fendt 515 doing fieldwork last spring. The temperatures right now make me feel like I want to get started right now, yet there are three month to wait...
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A nice photo Krebs :-)

I have a question for you; what is the machine on the front of the tractor (is it some sort of leveller)?

The combination looks like it is making a nice fine seedbed for you anyway :-)

Regards from down under in Australia,

The Cowboy ;-)
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Moin TasCowboy!
The machine in front is a "Sterntiller" made by Rau. As you can see it has a leveller in front but we don`t use it for springwork because the ground already settled. Only right after ploughing its a bigger use. The rest of the Sterntiller helps to crack the biggest chunks before the power harrow has to. That way you don`t have to work too deep and dig uot the wet soil. Sugar Beets hate that!
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Thanks Krebs, interesting stuff :-)
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verry nice machinery,
I want also a "sterntiller", because here it's verry heavy ground, and it would be nice in e yaer as 2006, it was verry dry when we seed the winterwheat.
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Moin jonas decoster!
Just an advice for the Sterntiller on heavy and dry ground: make sure you put some ballast (front weight maybe) on it, otherwise it could just walk on the ground instead of working it as it was made for...
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Our machinery for sugar beets: In front a Fendt 515 with 4m power harrow and in the back a Ferguson 135 with Kleine 6row.
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In the field: we usually try not to work the land too smooth because in 19 of 20 years we have enough rain in after seeding. But in this years drought we have had serious problems with field population and weed control- both need moisture!
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