Me and dad talking on the yard while removing a tanco loader off a case 895. Got him to talking about how he remembers a lot of farms not having loaders etc. The history of most implements seems fairly well known, but got me to wondering when/what the first front end loader as we know...
Written by Justin Roberts from Agriland
JCB has something for just about every yard and farm workshop out there in its latest auction to be held in Staffordshire in the UK, later this month.
As might be expected, there is a good selection of diggers and loaders, although it would appear that...
Reviewing loader options at the moment.
a decent 2nd hand JCB (531 - 70) about 3 y r old with 3-4000 on the clock is mid 40's
a new one is about £80k im told
how do Kramer compare? prices seem similar new.
will do about 500 hrs per annum mostly loading lorries and yard work.
was looking at...
I was always brought up being taught that only real farmers give luck.
If I'm buying cattle/machinery.. I expect luck in return, my father has never sold an animal at the mart without crossing the buyers hand with silver.
But it really is a thing that is dying out, I wonder will there be a time...
Written by Justin Roberts from Agriland
Doosan claims to have overcome the major problem that all loader drivers face, i.e. the large and highly critical blind spot that lies directly in front of them.
The company has developed a system that enables a loader operator to see what is happening...
The Jacks on my digger have no power and are really slow to suck back up. All other hydraulic functions are working fine.
I’m guessing it’s these pressure valves that need adjusting. Has anyone else had to do it?
My father in law has a JD 6330 standard tractor.
If its used for about an hour it will give 3 beeps(i think) no lights or codes and derate to no power. Let it sit a while and it will go well for a bit and do the same. Goes well when going right.
No lights or codes on dash.
Had independent Jd...
What's he talking about. I don't get his argument.
We say we want AIC to allow UK grain to have same intake requirements as imports. Guy is waffling on about government, neonics, and watering down RT rules to lowest common denominator is bad.
We're not talking about lowering RT rules, we're...
Massey Ferguson 6265 with QUICKE Q35 loader
can anyone advise me on this tractor, if it good price or not, it will mainly be used for lifting bales of silage, tractor looks pretty clean no rust im happy with what i have seen of it
We have a continuous drier that is 12tph, and elevators running at 40tph. The combine is doing 50tph and this will only increase in the future. At the moment we tip so much in the intake pit and fill the wet bins that feed the drier. The rest gets tipped up around the pit and fed in later. The...
Hello, does anyone have any realife experience of the Donfeng tractors from China (established 1952), imported as Land Legend by Sid / Cowling Agri (4WD, loader,4-in-1 bucket and a range of good value trailer/accessories ready to ship)? I've spoken to a few dealers who say they are actualy good...
Had a 660 on demo last week and was quite impressed - in particular from a ride perspective and general feel on the road with almost car like steering. Could be tempted as first quote actually reasonable.
i don’t know anybody running these, so keen to gauge opinion from those that do. It’s...
New Barton Farm, Wembury, Plymouth, PL9 0EE
Tue 28 September 2021
DISPERSAL SALE OF COMBINE, 4 TRACTORS, TELEHANDLER, RTV, FULL RANGE OF ARABLE & GRASSLAND MACHINERY, LIVESTOCK & GENERAL EQUIPMENT
On behalf of Messrs TJ & CA Jakins
PLEASE NOTE ONLINE BIDDING WILL BE AVAILABLE ON ALL TRACTORS...
What’s the thinking on new handlers now?
Ive a Merlo 32.6 that’s due refreshing 1000hr ish a year but don’t like the look of these new deadman switches that seem to be coming in. Is this all over the new market board or just Merlo?
Would be thinking along the lines of a 42.7 or 38.10. Any...