Yes took a bit to get my head round it,omex site helped, 24n is actually 30n but applied at a reduced rate of around 780lts rather than 1000lts which brings it down to 24n,cuts down on transport and storage I suppose,granular is so much easier to work out!
780lts omex 24n is the same as 1ton of granular 24n,bit more complicated but means we can cover more ground on a fill,think Yara you need 1000lts to be the same as granular,omex obviously more concentrated.
Every £ counts,fert up,chemical up,fuel up,labour up,will be interesting where the contract prices are going forward,really think you should give spuds a go,I am sure you will make a fortune!
PS I might know of all the machinery you need coming up for sale shortly😉
Just checked ours, apparently we have a route right round the yard and a couple others that are access to fields but appear on the map,if I catch anyone trying to walk round the yard there will be consequences!
Direct does auto range changes,not ideal but doesn't lose momentum like the versu,on road work it will stay in d range most of the time,will go down to c range automatically at junctions if it needs to,we have had the latest software put into our 254 and I think it's actually made the gearbox...
Up a fair bit but it's cost a lot less to change this one than it did the last one at roughly same age, wasn't really looking to change it but the figures tempted me,wife's X5 hasn't held its value as well as the disco and new x5's have got very expensive.