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Peter 376555 308 7810 and silage wagon either
7810 and silage wagon
JD 7810 and silage wagon harvesting whole crop in july 06.

The big question is why is the tailboard up! Well just before i got to the field to take the pictures,the hydraulic hose going to one of the rams burst-so they decided to leave it open and continue working until it could be fixed
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Another view
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The 6910 mowing ahead of the 7810
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One of my favourite pics
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Last one
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i guess the silage bunk wasn't very far away, else you wouls fix it

got some more photo's of the 6910 with mower?

and another question: do you use many knives in the silage wagon with whole crop?
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This is the only other pic i have of the 6910. Dont know about the knifes in the chopper to be honest-I dont work for this contractor (I work part time with the guy that owns the New Hollands in my pics). The silage pit was only a few mins away on a private road
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Very nice pictures again :-)
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Hows it going.? i presume thats Chicken Crowley in the photos you have there. He has a nice outfit now.
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As far as I know thats what he's known as! :-P you from cork i take it?
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Ya im from Minane Bridge myself. where you from? Im just after setting up this thing so havent got any photos on yet. havent a clue how to get them on.:-\
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Thats down Carriagaline direction isnt it?? Im from Blarney myself-in 1st year in collage. Im on this site a few years-its top class in fairness.

To post images lad-lets say you have a pic of....a 7810 JD.

1 On the left of screen-click on machinery and equip>tractors>john deere>7000 series

2 In the white part of the screen,in the top left corner,there is a blue link called "Start a new thread in this section". Click that.

3 Choose your opion for the image-then click "browse" and double click on the image from a folder on your computer you want to put up. Then click upload-

4-Image should upload in a min or so. Title your image,give a description if you want-click "preview",a new window opens and then click "submit"

5-if you want to a 2nd,3rd,4th etc image to the first one,click the " add message button" in the bottom left of the screen that shows the picture, click "include an image" and then follow the steps above again.

Hope i made it clear enough! if you can do it once at all you'll be flying-looking forward to seeing your pics!
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Cheers Boy. Got a couple of photos of combines up anyway. :-)
ya im in first yr in college myself too. Doing a course in England. What course are you doing??
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No hassle-im doing Arts in UCC,hope to go teaching after it. What you doing your self?
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Im doing agricultural engineering in a college called Harper Adams. Its a hard course but it should be worth it.
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Thats the collage in Shropshire ya-i've a brochure here at home for it! Looks like a class place. Your uncle or something do doesnt have a big fendt of something does he? I work for a fella Declan Holland part time-he's got New Hollands with Dooley dumpers around Cork a lot of the time.
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Ya dats the place alright. its a good enough college. ya my uncle has a few fendts on the go. there a great machine. ya ive seen them new hollands and dooleys around the city. fine gear lad!!
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