hi,im just wondering what is the best 4 row tedder fo tedding out heavy ten ft silage swards ,a sh one and 4000 of a budget and about 200 acres max over ten weeks 30 acres per day will be the max we will need its just a few of our customers have asked
Looking at buying a round baler. We mainly do Hay And Straw But also a fair bit of silage. Want to do a fair bit of contracting so want a fairly reliable baler.
Just wondering would a chopper be suited. Roughly 5k budget.
Looking at getting a plain disc mower (no conditioner), as should be able to get one that's 13ft-14ft, mow quicker and generally less to go wrong (hopefully!). We have a 6 star tedder to turn it if needed.
Are there any makes that are better than others or some that really should be avoided...
I want a 404M to mill straw for the dry cow rations. Does anyone have one, can you get a short chop length?
I see you can put a different screens in, dealer says it has a 20mm screen in at the moment and you can go smaller
Away to put silage fert on today @£287/t focuses the mind. Grass seed over £70/acre.
Anything different anyone else doing?
Have applied digestate to some fields. They will just get cheaper straight N.
Been buying bales of silage for £8.50 a bale. Makes you wonder if worth making your own.
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Been offered a couple of straw choppers as above Kv 832 is trailed Teagle mounted.
Looking to make bedding down easier for cattle and or sheep yards
Any feed back on the models would be appreciated.
So I’ve decided to buy a new 20’ rake and Kuhn is best value I’ve come across plus it’s only 8’2” wide on the road which is big bonus as lots of narrow roads around here most people running mchale or sip around here so I’m wondering if Kuhn are ok
If someone was "mad" enough to want to set up an Ag Machinery dealership how much capital would you think you would need behind you?
I guess it depends on the Brand guidelines and stocking etc. But also buildings, workshops, vans, parts, etc.
Just curious to know people's estimations.