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Lennart 896412 301 2011 - views and work either
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JD 5720 waiting for grain from the Dronningborg combine.
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From small scale farming to more common size this days - a MF Cerea unloading to a Gisebo trailer towed by a JD 4455. In fact we here see a timeline - thoose MF Cereas was built in Denmaark in the former Dronningborg factory.
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A New Holland TF 46 harvesting grain one of the good days last fall.
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Clooser look
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From behind - note the big 1050 tyres - could be handy that wet fall.
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Fat ass and fat tyres!
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How wide are those? They look like 36 inches or wider!
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Edward wrote:
How wide are those? They look like 36 inches or wider!


It's 1050 mm = 42"
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A farmer cloose to my home farm bought this IH 1420 Axial Flow combine from Denmark a few years ago. This wet fall he got serious trouble as there is very small tyres for it's wheight, here it's stuck in the middle of a barley field.
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Once again stuck in another field, finally he had to leave several hectars but he wasn't the only with that problem.
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A clean and nice JD S690 struggling with barley on a big field on a big fam.
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Cutting 30 feet of real good barley in mid September - cloose to month late so probably some losses - too bad we got this wet fall after what could have been the best harvest ever!
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Longer distance - but doesn't it look more dirty now, or?
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2 S690's in the same field. In southern parts of Sweden maybe a common sight but not here.
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Meeting time.
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Probably a demo one of them, this farm sometimes hires a second combine, last year I showed pictures of a S690 togheter with a 9780CTS.
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More great shots Lennart.

Is there much unharvested crop left in your area? What will be done with crop that couldnt be harvested (will it just be sprayed off with Glyphosate & worked back into the soil)?
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TasCowboy wrote:
More great shots Lennart.

Is there much unharvested crop left in your area? What will be done with crop that couldnt be harvested (will it just be sprayed off with Glyphosate & worked back into the soil)?


Thanks TC!

In average there is not much, only spots and parts of fields, but some farmers have more. Some only disc it, some mulch it down and some sprays it with glyphosate. Combinations is also done.
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MF 7274 Cerea
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Square baling of straw after OSR - a Claas Quadrant 3200 behind a JD 7820.
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Clooser of this setup.
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We have now reached the last week in September and still much harvest work left in our region!
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Lennart wrote:
Square baling of straw after OSR - a Claas Quadrant 3200 behind a JD 7820.


What would they use these bales for Lennart?

Thanks for your earlier reply to my question too :)
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we use osr straw in the cattle sheds on the concrete floors we chop it to cover the floor after cleaning the sheds out to save on straw
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Tractortim wrote:
we use osr straw in the cattle sheds on the concrete floors we chop it to cover the floor after cleaning the sheds out to save on straw


Thanks Tractortim, I thought it might be burnt in an industrial boiler, or a power station, something like that.
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