We had the full set :-
Allis Chalmers rotobaler
Lister Elevator with the infamous non starting Briggs and Stratton engine
Kongskilde 150 sucker blower pto driven
and the more famous Simplex self emptying bins !!! (which didn't self empty or dry the grain properly)
I think he could have just lifted out the ground and be making a headland turn ! But it does look very lumpy to me. I wonder if he has come up with that setup for this season or if it is his normal practice ?
Thank you for pointing that out.
@Cowabunga referred to both and i agree with all he said regarding all 3 fuels mentioned in his post.
I did helpfully title my response This is in relation to DRAX power Station
My own knowledge is mainly limited to the heavy engineering projects i have...
This is in relation to DRAX power Station
By 2010, the station was co-firing biomass. In 2012, the company announced plans to convert three generating units to solely biomass, burning 7.5 million tonnes imported from the United States and Canada. This work was completed in 2016 and a further...
A crude and simple drilling idea, yes. What we dont get to see is the actual crops that grow following on from the numerous examples of pretty crappy drilling conditions.
As a bonus, comparing it to a plough/combidrill or another direct drill might put things into perspective.
I have used...
This is the reason i have switched to growing catch crops instead of EFA cover crops, as it allows me to remove the cover from mid October if required (this year being a good example!!). I presume OP is growing non efa cover crop.
I have just bought a bmw x3 x drive for £3500. It has permanent 4wd 170bhp 2.0 d 40+mpg nice and comfy, just looking to get some proper grippy winter tyres and wheels. I will keep my small french van for when the bmw needs 'servicing'.