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ivicam 380002 49 transport bals either
transport bals
:-)
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:-)
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tractor is IMT 533
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You have a big load of bales there :-)

Hope you are not going too far with them, they look a bit unstable ;-)
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:-P
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TC: It's not unstable... It's how it's done over here. No big machinery and we need to get the work done...
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I guess if the bales are stacked together properly, they are stable (they sort of tie or lock together if stacked properly) but it just looked a bit too high to me, thats why I thought it would be unstable :-P
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i shall take some photos when we press. we load small bales on a big trailer and somethimes it comes very high to. we must drive slow on the road or they fall out eachother and than we can start restack.. you must know the techniek to stack much bales on a trailer :-D i almost know it
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so as ivica doesn't answer on your question i will make this. this bales was been transported only few hundred meters because this barn was demolished (and this old house in back). this is the same piece of land as this on my post http://www.farmphoto.com/fpv2/message.aspx?mid=372553#372553 , and if everything will be ok on this parcel will be built up new barn for 40 dairy cow's at least to the end off summer (such as this barns in my or ivica post's).
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I think it is the same technique that they use when stacking them in the hay barn Tim, keeps them "tied" together & stable and prevents the stack from falling apart.

We would tie loads like this down with ropes, to ensure that none fell off, especially if we were moving them on public roads.
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Too much work TC... better to drive slowly, than "roping" the bales...
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Short distances I fully agree
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no its total different than in a barn. on a trailer you have a small width. in a barn you have a lot more space and they dont have to lie so good on eachother because you dont have to drive with it in a barn.
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this is how we do it, we rope the first and the last bales, and hope the ones between stay at their place :-P

whit this load (200 pices) we had to drive a long time on public road, but none fell off, it was only a bit hard to slow down, cause the trailer has no brakes (aney more :-P) ;-)
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for long distance we usually use old self loading hay trailers, sometimes normal trailer but then we put only 5 rows over the fence.
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