Just bought a fire damaged I bio at an insurance salvage auction and theres only half the PTO shaft with it, its a long shot but does anyone have it in there shed anywhere? It was bought new from Teme Valley tractors so it might have come from the north wales area. I would be willing to pay for...
With the price of farm machinery getting more expensive by the day, it , in my opinion pays to try to look after it, if you are lucky to afford to by a brand new tractor, do you first, like me put seat covers on?, do you try to wash the outside of the tractor to keep it looking smart and stop...
What causes this kind of mould in a bale of dry silage/haylage?
we also struggle to get bales without mould, which is a torture when feeding to sheep. It’s supposed to be double wrapped as well.
The second picture is the usual mould that we get.
In the first picture it’s spots in through the...
Anyone Here familiar with nh tf series of harvesters?
I have na offer for some very tidy tf 42,but to ne honest never came accros with that model. We are Deutz fahr nation when it comes to harvesters.
Tf-s,any good? Bad sides,good sides?
Quality od them? Spare parts prices? Etc,etc.
Hi, I'm Jake, 24 years old self employed tractor driver in North Norfolk.
I'm looking for something for spring in and around the Cromer / Fakenham area.
I have a decent amount of experience ranging from Round Baling to ploughing.
I wouldn't class myself as the most experienced ploughman...
I currently make around 200 4ft round bales of hay, but i'm looking to do some of this in smalls instead, as well as baling some for other people. Therefore i am in the market for a small baler. I like the look of the deeres because of the auger feed and the gear driven knotters, so...
Morning all and happy new year.
Further to the information we published about the Sustainable Farming Incentive in December (see https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/sustainable-farming-incentive-how-the-scheme-will-work-in-2022), today we're publishing information about the 2 other new...
I see that John Deere launched theirs at CES in the States. Is this a big revolution or just an update on RTK? I remember Kubota had something similar at Agritechnica in 2019.
As an aside, being the photographer for this must be tricky as they just look like photos of tractors with no...
Hi there were going to be putting in 40-50 acre herbal Ley this spring, for grazing and some small bales. Just after top tips dos and don'ts and variety recommendations for our seed mix. Medium to heavy clay ground kent
Just been looking at Valtra's A series and G series and can't but help notice that there is significant similarities to Masseys 4700 series and the new 5S and it got me thinking about the structure of AGCO while I assume they will go the same way as CNH, SDF and Argo at some point it seems...
I have an old jd2140 2wd. I need to cut some rough grass and hopefully bale it. Ideally would like to mow and leave it in a row to bale. It’s on soft ground so nothing to big but ideally would like to run two mown widths into one and then round bale it. What sort of mower would be best? As you...
other than a front mounted mower and rear baler is there any single machine that will cut and clear stewardship residues?
must be versatile in tight corners.
any ideas. thanks
Possibly looking at buying a round baler rather than getting contractors in. Would do around 2000-3000 a year mainly silage. Not looking at buying new due to cost but a decent condition second hand one. What seems to be the best balers out there?
Didn’t want to hijack the other thread currently running but I’m thinking about the opposite and running 2 combines instead of 1.
Currently cutting 700 acres with an 11 plate NH CX8070 with 25ft cut, and a range of cropping from winter OSR and winter barley, winter wheat and spring beans.
Harvest 2021 roundup at Hawk Mill, an East Anglian perspective.
Today, the 2nd September we finished harvest 2021. We tried on several occasions over the past week but the continued dull weather with early morning drizzle has prevented us from crossing the finish line, but today...