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John Deere 7720
It works guys. Thank you again.

This is my brother's 7720, with a 3970 forage harvester and a Gehl forage box. The harvester and the 4 forage boxes (3 Dion and 1 Gehl) are co-owned with my brother's brother in law, who's farm is across the river.

Photos were taken in Quebec, Canada.

Tony
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Luciano for now I used your solution and I have to say, it's quick and easy.

Thank you,


Tony
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nice pics

Tony, my internet is also slow and always use this equal program to reduce pictures.

Regards

Luciano
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very nice photos NRLD. looks like a nice chopper. does you brothner allso use it in corn ?
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Thank you guys.

Luciano the connection is slow, but dial-up isn't really that bad, I am somehow surprised by the speed. But there is just somethings that you need to in a different way.

Geoff they used to harvest the corn as well with this harvester.

The problem is it has no kernel processor, so for some years now they have had a custom operator with a self-propelled harvester do the corn.

Tony
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anlam─▒yorum ama güzel ┼čeylerdir heralde :-) güzel güzel
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Tony, what´s the best pto hp for that forage harvester? It looks that your brother have a dairy, isn´t he? what crops does he harvest for cows? how many hectares or acres he have for crops?
enjoy your vacation!!
regards,
Victor
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Victor sorry I couldn't tell what the ideal HP would be for this forage harvester.

My brother loves the extra power he now has with the 7720. They used the 7510 on the forage harvester before. His brother in law uses an 8210.

Yes my brother and his family operate a dairy farm and my parents help them out when needed.

They grow all the forages, high moisture corn and corn silage and usually some cereals which they sell. They work about 300 acres of land.

I did spread some liquid manure today with the 7720. I love this tractor and have yet to find anything that I don't like on this tractor. We never have had a bad John Deere, of course "Nothing Runs Like A Deere".

Tony
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Tony, thanks for the information. I´m very interested in knowing how people from other countries farm and what crops they plant. Have you tried a 7030 large frame tractor (or anybody you know)? I´m interested in knowing how those tractors perform in tillage and hay & forage harvesting.
Please take photos of the buildings and equipment on your brother´s farm.
regards,
Victor
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where do you live your brother in quebec me i live at 20 min of drummonville and do you speak french
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Ofcourse you like the 7720, I do to :-P Only our 6810 is a troublemaker... But that's just mondaymorning model ;-)
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Has been a bit slow this afternoon Ziko, so you must have pushed the submit button twice :-D
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Victor I will try to post some photos of the farm.

Samuel my brother's farm is east of Drummondville (about a 20 minutes drive as well) and yes I also speak French.

Tony
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Here are some larger photos.
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Victor Guardia wrote:
Tony, what´s the best pto hp for that forage harvester?


235 pto HP is the most you should (ratet) put on there.
so up to a 8330 it will be okay.
a 7720 will performe pretty good.
but less than 100 pto HP is not verry productiv any more.
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Hi Tony, looks like a big farm you have. Is it your farm and which crops do you have?
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webber402,

This is my brother's farm (I grew up on this farm) and they grow pretty much everything they need for their dairy herd. They milk about 75-80 cows.

Tony
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Tony do you know the size of the rear tires? (18.4 or 20.8 perhaps?)
regards,
Victor
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