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OptiPhil 3781 158 Stuck 9330 and Killbros Chaser bin either
Stuck 9330 and Killbros Chaser bin
Another wet spell in Kentucky. This time in corn harvest.
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Why would you want to farm in such wet conditions?
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Sometimes you just have to get your corn off. We would take
corn off in conditions like that when we had Hogs and needed
High Moisture corn.
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But don't you just ruin your field?
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should have bought a deere!!
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We did have deere but didn't use them for the heavy work. We
used our White's. You do ruin your fields but corn only
stays at a high moisture content for a certain length of
time. Same as for corn for silage. You need the silage so
you have to take it off no matter what the ground like.
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Haha if you had a John Deere it would be stuck even deeper
than the Case IH!
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we have the same tractor, It gets stuck too easy we are
going to buy a 8530. more horsepower
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We use 9330's a lot here in Australia, mainly because of the
row crop special feature which is vital for row crop work. I
have never heard of any getting stuck, but then again is
never gets that wet here down under!!! Even if it did we
wouldn't even consider putting a tractor onto a paddock, but
I can see in your position that you have to.
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if you have to farm in such wet conditions, buy some good
tires for the tractors and grain buggy so it stays on top.
put some good michelins on that tractor and buggy and it
wont go down so deep.
think of the michelin 1050 tire, over 3ft wide and run that
at a low pressure so you create a wide foot print, you can
go over almost anything.
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