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Einachser 400651 112 Harrowing grassland either
Harrowing grassland
IH 1246
Made in Neuss, Germany

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-pLGYUnk_c
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:-P
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The neighbour spreading fertilizer with a Deutz DX 6.05.
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Another DX 6.05 spreading slurry.
Very popular tractor:-D
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Interesting to still see chain harrowing of grassland being done; 1-2 guys here still do it but it is largely a forgotten practice in these parts nowadays ;-)
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we had the same harrow in Europe but then with hydraulic lift on it.
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@TC: What do they use in Tasmania then? Spring-tine harrows or nothing at all?
There is a new Dalbo roller with a spring-tine harrow, pneumatic seeder attached and 6,3 meters working width. That should be a fascinating machine for greenland care but of course much to expensive for most farmers:-)
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Either nothing (in 99.9% of cases) or the chain harrows (like the ones in your pics Einachser). The majority dont worry anymore, they dont bother spreading the manure after grazing.

Here the paddocks (fields) are alot bigger too, so it would be an added cost & would take alot of time to do the job properly as well.
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it can't be good when you need start pilote :-P
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nice photo's einachser. i really like ihc tractors, maybe because the first tractors in my familly was been ihc 324 and 432 before more then 30 years. for guys who wants more information about ihc produced in Neuß am Rhein http://homepages.compuserve.de/matbush1710/01_schlepper/schlepper_index.htm
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@TC: Do you have moles or something similar in Tasmania?
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