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World Ag Expo Tulare California 2007
New guy here, not sure how to add more pictures. Krone Big Pack
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Welcome Jesse :-)

Just click on reply (at bottom of your post), then add picture, then load your pic & away you go,

Regards,

The Cowboy ;-)
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Welcome to Farmphoto

To add another picture to this thread, click on the bottom left corner on "Add Message" then choose "Include an Image" and ur set.

I'd love to see more pictures from the AgExpo in California.

We are going to the AgExpo in Lethbridge tomorow
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Here is an 870 Jaguar. all the big chopper brands were here.

Thanks for the tip
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JD 7800 I thought this was the big guy...til I got to the Krone booth
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Krone Big X V8
This isn't the biggest they make.
Krone makes the only chopper in the 1000hp class. They run twin inline 6 490hp engines. Match that with a 14 row corn head (34.5 ft) now you're choppin!!:-P This machine senses the crop maturity and varies the lenght of cut accordingly. seems to be the leading brand
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Terra Gator big float spreader
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9620
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Roc Bigmerger
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Nuhn all the way from Ontario. First time at this show
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Nice photos ;-)
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Hi Jesse

welcome to the site.

About the choppers, not sure Krone is the leading brand in that compartment. They only had choppers out for a couple of years. They sure got the hp and nice gadgets. But Claas has been in the business for decades. Maybe more time to sort things out. I have to say I'm not really familiar with either brand. So Krone might be the best anyway.
Before you go ahead and buy one ;-) just wait a little. Claas is gone show their new models some time this year. I'm sure they have something up their sleeve.
What other brands do you guys have? New Holland? Over here they're also coming out with a new version of their chopper.

Any talk about an AGCO chopper? That would be great to match the colour of the many Fendt tractors in contractors' fleets. :-D

Martin
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Hi Jesse!

Welcome and thank for intresting pics. The Roc Bigmerger seems to be a intresting type of as I assume a rake, or? We have not anythink like that here in Europe.
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hey jesse, excellent pics hope we see alot more of them. :-)
i was just lookin at the john deere 7800 forager and i noticed it has a short spout. does anyone know why this is? ive seen nothing with that type of spout here in england.
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nice pics;-)
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Martin: with regards to the Krone, I was impressed with a few of their innovative things. camless pickup (30% higher speed) that crop maturity sensor, that 1000hp, and their corn head. I would agree that Claas is top too, and look forward to see their new stuff.
New Holland unveiled their new machine at this show..sorry i didn't get a picture. I think Deere and Claas would be the most popular in ON with a few NH thrown in. Lots of pull-type as well.
I don't know about an Agco machine, the controls in the Krone look exactly like the Fendt controls

Lennart: That Roc Merger is made in Italy. That machine has a 31ft working width....they make one with a 40ft width. This is the only sure way to avoid putting stones in the windrow infront of the chopper. so if you have the capacity you could go down and back and have up to 80ft in one row

Nick: I'd say that short spout is for filling a trailing hi-dumper or forage wagon

Jesse
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