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Flying New Hollander
Manure spreading in denmark!!
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Re: Flying New Hollander
Very interesting system!
Whose type manures sprying? oganic or chemical manure? have
chopper?

regards!
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M@NeL
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Re: Flying New Hollander
Yes .its working well.
its organic manure .
thera are 24 ton kapacity and unloading takes approx 1.5 - 2
min about 13m3 pr minute.
the pummp can load the spreader in about 1min can give up to
36m3/minute..
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Re: Flying New Hollander
hey fenderson
why the slurry tank taken this MF in the back ?? . what's
the implement in mf ??
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Re: Flying New Hollander
Jose, MF have a pump to load tank.

Fenderson, have problems with sprayer tubes bung with
organic manure? Because my organic manure is very dense.
How many manure insert in one hectarea of Ray-grass?

Best Regards!
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M@NeL
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Re: Flying New Hollander
O.K M@NeL
but why the mf is taken by the slurry tank ?? . a only
driver can move the two tractors ??
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Re: Flying New Hollander
Hi jose and m@nel .

the mf is taken behind because one driver then can take both
tractors too custumer/farmer . it is said that theese
slurrytanks can pump out Camel-shit out trough tubes ;-)
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Re: Flying New Hollander
Why using this system for sprying manure? Advantages using
this system?
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Re: Flying New Hollander
Hello M@nel

the slurry is sprayed out trough the tubes because yuo then
get much more out of it.. these tanks has a 24 m boom with
60 tubes ,. its also more precise and when its stormy
weather its not influate the spraying . we ussually spray
bettween 20 and 40 tonne pr hectar and we drives most in
crops like wheat.. but also on grassland..

fenderson..
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Re: Flying New Hollander
Sorry, I don't see your response.
How many pay a client for contract this equipment?

Thank you!
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M@NeL
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Re: Flying New Hollander
How many pay a client for contract this equipment?

Regards!
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Manel
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