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AnonymousUser 5324 249 Fordson either
Fordson Super Major with side mounted forage harvester
(common machine in finland). taken from:
Re: Fordson
New Holland made a similar tractor mounted forage harvestor
several years back,but wasn't to successfull as it had to
small a capacity. Are these common in your country? How many
acres would one normally cut with this type machine?
Re: Fordson
The side mounted forage harvester is made bu Taarup in
Denmark (my home contry) and we have a lot of them but they
are not used mutch any more.
Re: Fordson
yes, these machines are common in finland, because the
finnish fields and farms is mostly quite small. this type
machines is cheap and easy to maintenance. in here is
typical to harvesting one wagon full of forage and leave the
harvester to field waiting for the next time (usually the
next day). that´s easy because the harvester is fast to
tie/loosen and cows get a fresh forage straight from the
field. (i´m not very good in english but i hope you
understand what i mean!)
Re: Fordson
Thank you for your replies and yes I completely understand,
Thanks again

Roy Chapin
Re: Fordson
In Norway we have a long tradition of using these silage
harvesters, also because of small farms. I show you a
Norweigan machine from Serigstad
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