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deere6320 42428 134 John Deere 3400 Loading for Manure Job either
John Deere 3400 Loading for Manure Job
This John Deere 3400 telehandler with muck grab is loading
up the spreader for a job to go off spreading
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you toulk this pictures from the catalogs
I was planning to scan them in tomorow and post them
:-(
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Here Is A Real Picture of the 3400, loading bales onto the
feed wagon at the Farm i work at Partime! :-)
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Do you drive that crappy mf or the best 3400
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The MF 135 Rocks, can cope with many jobs, potato planting.
The rest of the fleet takes care of everything else
7710,6810,6410 with JD frontloader and 2650.

What is your fleet?

The materials handler is great, so much power!!! :-)
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We have:
• John Deere 3200
• John Deere 6320
• John Deere 4755
• John Deere 3650 with loader

We use these on many jobs around the yard including root
crop work and meadow work for foraging.
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We contract out a New Holland Tx range forage harveste rin
the grass months and then a John Deere 2066 for the combing
we have to do, not much but we contract one out.
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This is the weighing system on our 3200 telehandler
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this is the control for the boom, and the gears 1-4 on our
3200
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Didn't realise that there was also a range of TX NH forage
harvesters as well as the FX range. Surprised to here you
use a JD combine as in another photo you said you used a NH
TX66. Have you changed jobs or more likely are you not
telling the truth like normal
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