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mkenison 390976 342 Farm show 2005 either
Farm show 2005
Manure spreader new style by Roto Mix. Hydraulic push with vertical beaters.
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A picture of spreader inside.
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Great Plains finish tool same show.
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Large disk one of many at show.
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Tracks for pivot sprinkler.
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Single pass tool does 4 or 5 different things in one pass.
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Another optimizer Picture
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Picture of a picture. Not the best but shows optimizer at work.
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Claas rotary hay mower.45'
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Portable truck hoist for sale at show. Very impressive hoist.
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2 ton Pickup truck with 8' dump bed. 235 hp international engine 4 wheel drive rear backup camera leather seats and much more. Some where in the $115,000 price range after the customizing. Probably not for everyone.
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Rear view of 2 ton pickup.
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Hail Blaster. Made somewhere in South America Brazil I think. We were told they could guarantee changing hail to rain in a three hundred acre radius.
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Balebandit Packages 21 small bales int a single large bale package for shipping.
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A better balebandit photo.
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Long boom excavator.
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Orange grove on way to Farm Show.
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Excellent pics Marv :-)
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Thanks Taz. I have missed the show for the last two years but plan to go next year and see whats new.
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Looks like plenty of great machinery, so would be well worth a visit ;-)
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Very intresting to see machinery and trends from other parts of the world. This hail blaster - does it really function?
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Yes Lennart it really works. Here in Belgium there are atleast that i know 4 - 5 working. They can protect 80 ha off fruit around it. It blows / shoot like a gun compressed air in the air to mix the differend heights off clouds. So it can break open the hailclouds. And yes we had it just 1 day before the harvest off appels, and 1 day later there is 20- 30% damage to the crops. And that in only 1 min.
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