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Discussion in 'Classic Machinery' started by Tha Ulsterscot, Jun 16, 2014.
@powerontheland is that this years grass in the picture.
yes that was today. New ley down 26th September, 90kg/ha of N end of feb
Is it for Haylage . I'm hoping to cut in two weeks time. Hope the weather goes with you.
Yea haylage, not quite into head yet but went partially flat with the wind 2 weeks ago and 40mm of rain last week
Well keep the pictures coming. Maybe we need a hay and haylage 2019 thread.
The bonnet has, will do cab frame at some point
@carbonfibre farmer don't suppose you have a spare weight frame?
Yes I do!
Been meaning to have a clear out of such things but not got round to it.
Once I've sorted bedtime out I'll get some pics
Don't suppose you have some front wheel centres.....? I brought these at the weekend
getting ready to earn her keep. Looks like she'll be on night shift at harvest.
Probably be on hedge trimmer. 8200.
Mucking oot da sheeps hoose after lambing, old slugger happiest on da cart
Not original rear wheels though?
No, 10 series wheels
Nice Maxxum,MX Maxxum is one of best tractors ever made.
Loading bales with our 575. Put a squeezer on it this year so I can leave our manitou in the yard to unload and go back and for with the tractor
Got calves out on Monday, and the last ewe lambed on Monday as well, so got the last dung out
Out of interest, did you just throw the magnetic lamp at the trailer?
Yes. Na the lead got pulled when I tipped the 1st load and I couldn’t be arsed fixing it for it to happen again
Earning her keep. 47 years old and still going strong