forage wagon

  1. S

    Disappointing silage

    Looking for any advice about white mould in silage. It has been confirmed as mycotoxin of various forms including penicillin type. However we have used bugs additive for last 3 years and silage has not improved . It is a late crop harvested as one crop in early July and is quite dry. Ensiled...
  2. B

    Manitou

    Any body had any problems with straw or silage wrapping around the drive shaft and blowing a seal on a manitou 635 -130? I've been told by manitou they've never had a problem befor, but it's happened to me twice, and that there isn't a option of a belly plate, anybody else had a problem with it?
  3. M

    Looking to buy these tractors stated below......

    honest Opinions on either a massey ferguson 8130 or an MF 8260, Pro's and Con's.
  4. 7610 super q

    TFF top 10 cliche chart....

    Still at number one after 5 years.... " Chip on your shoulder " New entry at number 2...... " Echo chamber " Non mover at number 3....... " Why is this in Agricultural Matters " Number 4....... " Throwing toys out of the pram " At number...
  5. N

    MF3125 Syncro Crunch

    Hi all, I hear the dyna 6 box has issues over time. Anyone know roughly how much it would be to repair a MF3125 3rd gear crunch? Asking to see whether it’s worth buying one and doing the work or to spend more on a working machine?
  6. Greythundercloudys

    Grass men new mf video.

    They've got a new video with one of those big new mfs, defo worth watching, some machine buy the looks of it.
  7. FarmyStu

    Bedding scarcity

    Is a lack of affordable bedding a reason for dirty cattle or a reason to sell cattle on welfare grounds?
  8. L

    Buck raking with front linkage

    Hi all, After some feedback/ advise on using a tractor for buck raking. We currently use a manitou 627 with a muck grab, it's only on 20" wheels and struggles to keep up as the pit fills up. To cut a long story short we'll now have a spare tractor at silage time, it's 135 hp with front links...
  9. Hedge back

    Pottinger rakes

    Looking at buying a pottinger 620 rake , it’s a 2009 model , trailed , fixed width. What are they like for rowing up in silage for baling and have they any problems to look out for .
  10. J

    What size rake?!?

    What are people best size rake to go in front of a forage wagon and a round baler. We do all sorts of cuts from a multi cut system to a one big cut. Just like to know how what they use thank you
  11. S

    Challenger 55 buckrake

    Since opening are second cut silage clamp this week, we found the silage quite loose, at the front edge, we know it will get better once we get further in but we started thinking (or dreaming) what would an old challenger like a class 55 be like to use for clamping? Thinking that the actions of...
  12. ridger

    Pottinger power harrow

    Anyone got a set of new one piece tines lying around? Cant keep the 2 single tines on, and will never have another pottinger, bought it because of the one piece tine then they changed them :banghead:
  13. CPM RSS

    On Farm Opinion – A series of fortunate events

    Written by cpm In a quest to make the most out of their on-farm energy generation, one farmer in Shrops has invested in drying floors powered by heat drawn from an anaerobic digester and ground source heat pumps. CPM paid them a visit. This system actually makes money when we’re drying – it’s a...
  14. fiat 9090

    250 hp plus

    here is a question,im wondering about buying a tractor 250hp to 300 hp to pull a forage wagon the budget is max 30,000 40kor 50k yearand make not important,a bit of weight would be needed any replies and discussion would be appreciated
  15. David.

    Bombproof old bus to pull 6 furrows.

    Just a discussion that arose from the tedium of lugging 4 furrows along at 4.5mph with 100hp in a biggish field. Hypothetically 20k ish budget, comfortable cab, realistically 150hp plus, any non exotic mainstream badge, not as old as TW 25 era. Just idly batting thoughts around, over lunch. No...
  16. J

    Power and machinery costs

    Hi all, just wondering for those who cashflow and yearly budget what you allow for this? Mine is currently forecast to be running at 6.4ppl and am just wondering if that's overkill? That includes doing all my own silage and most cultivations, the exceptions being, spraying, direct drilling...
  17. M

    Valtra

    Anyone got a number for Valtra regional man for the Midlands or someone high up. Tried Agco UK no answer can’t find a number anywhere.
  18. D

    Barn drying hay

    Sorry for starting another hay thread but it would be buried in the other busy hay threads. Do any of you barn dry hay? If so do you do it in batches quickly & then stack or have a fan blowing into the original stack? Some really high tech kit coming out of Austria, I suspect sking money is...
  19. L

    Temperature of haystack

    As of title. I have never previously taken the temperature of the stack but this is a heap of 1500 small bales baled last Friday and unloaded Saturday. When I went up the stack on Sunday to shake loose straw on the top to stop any sweating out spoiling the top layer found very little sweating...
  20. S

    Discount from fendt

    In the local paper RVW Pugh are giving 1% discount on new Fendt equipment but there's a catch more than one machine needs to be purchased It's probably nation wide and not just RVW Pugh , is it a sign of sales slowing
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