Implement carrier for loader

Manannan

Member
Hi
A while back I saw an implement carrier in farming press, it fitted on a loader and had a hook to scoop up the top link pin and just a resting plate for the bottom brackets, so you could quickly and easily move smaller implements like a Fert spinner etc.

I can’t find anything online, can anyone point me in the right direction please?

Cheers
 

Dave W

Member
Location
chesterfield
Hi
A while back I saw an implement carrier in farming press, it fitted on a loader and had a hook to scoop up the top link pin and just a resting plate for the bottom brackets, so you could quickly and easily move smaller implements like a Fert spinner etc.

I can’t find anything online, can anyone point me in the right direction please?

Cheers
Has anyone made their own?
Greatest tool you'll ever buy for a telehandler.
I made about for retail but there wasn't really enough money out them for the work involved.
I made mine with a swivel hook for chains and proper drawbar attachment to shunt trailers.
I'd reccomend the agriweld ones. Think Taylor do 2 versions. One with Proper hook arms and top link so the implement is fixed solid. Not so handy unless you wanting to invert a cultivator to work on for example.
 

Dave W

Member
Location
chesterfield
Man, that’s awesome, might have a word with local fabricator and see what he can do, ok if I steal your pics? (Have anyway! ?)
Yes no problem. You'll make one for yourself economically.
I found to make one to retail quality, painted with a load test certificate was prohibitive
 

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Escaped cow put down after walkers leave gate open

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Written by Agriland Team

A cow that escaped from her field when rural walkers left a gate open had to be put down after slipping on concrete and injuring herself, local police in the English county of Cheshire have reported.

The incident happened in Shotwick, according to Cheshire Police Rural Crime Team, which has issued a warning on the matter.

Commenting yesterday, Tuesday, August 11, PCSO Makin, of the rural crime team, said: “Today I’ve been to visit a farm in the Shotwick area after the farmer reported a gate being left open multiple times on a footpath that runs through their farm.

This has resulted in cows getting on to the nearby road and slipping on the concrete; sadly...
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