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Einachser 398987 307 Seedbed preparation either
Seedbed preparation
Preparing the seedbet for corn with a JD 6506 + frontpacker + combination drill with "Rüttelegge". The drill is not used for planting the corn, only for harrowing.
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i see you have a degenhart fronthitch on the 6506, do you know what the diferences are with zuidberg or sauter?
and if you work with other brands to, wich do you like best?

And are the headlands ploughed after you finished this or don't you need the headlands?
nice photo's to:-)
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That was the only time I worked with that tractor for maybe half a day. I also have to admit I don´t have any experience with Sauter or Zuidberg fronthitches, so I can´t answer your question:-[

The headlands are ploughed later to minimize soil compaction.
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Nice photos :-)

Very interesting to see a drill on the power harrow but not seeding; here some of the old tyne combine drills were used years ago as cultivators, as well as drills.

Is it hard to uncouple the drill from the power harrow?

Cheers,

TC.
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Yes, with this kind of drill it´s pretty hard. As you can see in the 6th picture you could unhook the drill from the harrow but then you´d be missing the roller for keeping the harrow in its working depth.
With other combinations the harrow has its own roller and the drill is attached by means of a hydraulic hitch. For seeding the drill will run on its own two wheels and for transport the drill will move above the harrow to reduce leverage on the tractors rear-end.
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Ok, thanks for the info :-)
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