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Haslbeck 6279 138 Barn with hightec cran either
Barn with hightec cran
In the European Alps, there is a smal sized agricultur. All
of the farmer there has milking cows and nowone can use
powerful equipment. Because of the unstable weather it is
risky to make hey. For silage storages outside there is no
place because every patch is cultivated in this steep
terrain. Wrapped roundballs can´t be use because they roll
down the slops! So all hey is handeled loose with there
Reform Muli

The pictures looks inside of a barn with an hightec cran on
the ridge to handle the gras, silage an hey. Behind the
woodn wall is a device to try up hey and you see also the
round silocontainer on the right.

See also my picture to this point:
http://www.farmphoto.com/homestead/message.asp?mid=5295

Greetings to America
Theo
http://home.t-online.de/home/haslbeck.tf/
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Re: Barn with hightec cran
Hi

Nice picture with good color and intresting. What is a
average farm there in terms of milking cows? Are you able to
produce all the forage the farm needs or do you have to
bring feed from other sources. This looks like an fairly
expensive system, but then it is a nice barn. Do these
farms require a lot a manual labor?

Keep your pictures coming I enjoy them

Roy Chapin
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Very interesting. I enjoy seeing how other people in other
parts of the world live and work. What is the average size
of the farms there? Keep the pictures coming. Richard
Beauchamp
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Nice operation. Now i want a crane like that in my barn
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i worked on a farm in the UK which used a similar system for
drying hay. The grass is collected using forage wagons with
the blades removed. it is then placed on to a air floor
usually used to dry grain. Air is then passed through it
until it is dried. It is then placed onto a conveyor and
feed into a baler and then stacked. The hay produced is of
excellent quality and is used for the equine industry. Each
conventional bale is worth between £5 and £7 and we produced
between 15 & 20,000 bales a year.
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