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allandairy 376766 144 chopping barly either
chopping barly
this is us choping barly in 2004
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this is the two chopers .the speedstare was new
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Those swaths are pretty big, or did you bring two together? I'm used to this size....
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it is a 50' swath
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here is a pic off the swather
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Yea that's what I figured, but never seen before.
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Great pictures guys :-)
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indd verry nice, especially the last one..:-D
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nice pictures. specially the long-nose-trucks are nice :-)
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hj: how much can you do in a day
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It's not my equipment (just work there). But mostly around/ upto 200 acres irrigated barley a day (normal day 7.30 am - 6 pm roughly). Work with 3 pulltype new holland choppers pulled by 285s (this year 305s).
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HJ,where abouts is it?
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i beter not tell you how much i can do in a day with just 1 chopper :-)
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about 240?
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I have no doubts you do way more in a day. This gets the job done too.
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Hugh, I'm just confused as to why you store it in a pile the way you do...

You've got 2 nice, big, new self propelled harvesters, a self propelled swather, a number of nice trucks, multiple packing tractors, yet you pack in a pile? Why not in big bags, or better yet, concrete bunks? Packing would be easier and more efficient, and so would removing it, probably even less spoilage.

Seems to me the feed quality would be compromised d by storing it this way...

-Josh
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@jdeere: it's canada.
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josh bags are a wast off time you can get just as good silage from a pill if it is packed right and selld up . and it is cheper and faster to fil .
it is just guys that dont now how to pack silage that us bages :-)
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we all so have to travel up to 600km to chop some times
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we all so have to travel up to 600km to chop some times
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we all so have to travel up to 600km to chop some times
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hj i am not from canada i am scotish :-D
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well i'm not from canada either i'm dutch...
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