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deere6320 75918 386 New Holland Ts115 Covering Carrots either
New Holland Ts115 Covering Carrots
the tractor is a ts115 with front linkage but the front
linkage has got weights hooked up. the machine behind the
tractor cuts the bales up just like the back end of a
combine which leaves it in rows over the carrots, it covers
it with ploythene first then the wheat straw on top. the
only downside to it is you have to cut the string off the
bales before you can load them on.
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finished 1 row and the driver has to get out and cut the
polythene at the back off the real

sorry for the picture quality, in a bit of a rush
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the tractor goes off the field to fill up with bales piled
on the stubble field next to it,

the telehandler is a brand new jcb 530 telescopic

sorry for the picture quality
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the jcb 530 has loaded all the bales on, the machine holds 6
bales at a time, sometimes the polythene real needs to be
changed for a new one
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the carrot beds after finishing some of the field
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this picture shows the driver has been a bit naughty, he has
misse a bit :-)
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the opening between both fields is getting a bit mudy, the
tractor is wheel spining throw it

more pics of the ts115 on my website shortly :-) :-)
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we cover our bulbs on this way.
on the roof of the tractor is an other roof where you can
easily pick up the bales.
on the roof stays a person that cutt the roops.
on the back of the tractor the bales will be cutt out and
the losen straw falls down into some kind of thing wich take
care that everywhere lays even much straw.

on this way you don't nead such a wide paths on the end of
the field
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