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baling with JD 7810
pulling a doubble hitch and two NH 575's
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sunday 22nd of july 07
east of Bowden Alta.CN
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huge swaths
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here it comes
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close
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nice photos. very smart to do the balers like this, you can work a lot faster like this
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37 sec.clip
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HAha, nicee, nicee, 2 persen naast elkar lijkt wel grappig whahah
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Nice pics.
What would be the advantage of putting the bales on their side like that?
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jdeere, never have seen anything like that. I think it´s cheaper to buy 2 small balers than buying 1 large.
regards,
Victor
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Nice :-D

Is this really Switzerland? it's more the american style :-P
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Must be the weirdest thing I've ever seen :-) Pretty smart also with the PTO's only not very suitable for road transport I think :-P
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Victor Guardia wrote:
I think it´s cheaper to buy 2 small balers than buying 1 large.


LOL
The price of a round baler is twice as much as a small square baler, and the price of a big square baler is three times as much as a big round baler (20k, 40k, 120k respectively).

However, there is a larger market for the small squares than any other, and a far greater profit margin, particularly in export(such as to Japan).

The benefit of the double hitch is you're running 2 balers with only 1 person, 1 tractor, and 1 fuel guzzler.





Always like seeing this JD, saw it in person however they were parked. Only 741 loader I've seen on a 7010LF.
-Josh
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Einachser wrote:
Nice pics.
What would be the advantage of putting the bales on their side like that?

have to be on the side for the New Holland balewagon,soon on a new thread.
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from the back
Steven wrote:
Nice :-D

Is this really Switzerland? it's more the american style :-P

below the 2nd pic i wrote Bowden Alberta CANADA
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jdeere wrote:
sunday 22nd of july 07
east of Bowden Alta.CN


If you read the text Steven it tells you it is in Canada (CN).

Very interesting JD, I have seen rakes towed on a twin hitch before but not balers.

Regards,

TC ;-)
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jdeere wrote:
have to be on the side for the New Holland balewagon,soon on a new thread


Alright, I already suspected something like that:-)
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this must of been on of mine too,my buddy runs two of them.
one for the rakes and one for the balers.
mainly to save manpower.
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Could have been JD but I have seen a couple here in Tassie in action years ago, towing 2 rollabar New Holland rakes. One was actually raking up in front of 2 x Hesston Stakhands, on a big sheep & cattle property near where I used to live, about 15 years ago.

Regards,

TC ;-)
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is the double hitch selfmade or can you buy it somewhere? how many bales do you make in one year. we've got a NH 940 baler, and next year it will come behind our JD 6600. on what PTO speed do you work? i thougt to put our JD on 540E, so that the engine speed and also fuel consumption can be reduced a little bit
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Very nice photos jdeere.
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Very nice pictures of a odd but smart combination!

Twin hitches are used for example on discs here, and I have seen for Vicon wheel rakes, but never anything PTO-driven.

I may have asked before, but it is possible to adjust the distance between the balers on the go? Otherwise the raking man must be very careful, or have any tandem rake that puts two swats.
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a wonderful machine I think in Israel there are no machines like this :-\
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EVERYONE IS MISSING THE BIGGEST QUESTION

you don't have to pick them all up by hand do you?:-(
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then you have missed the biggest answer Dave :-)

as Jdeere said : they have to be on the side for the New Holland balewagon
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