Kverneland 2500 I-Plough

Discussion in 'Machinery' started by An Gof, Apr 17, 2019.

  1. An Gof

    An Gof Member

    Location:
    Cornwall
    Anybody have one of these?
    Be interested in any comments and reviews. Thinking about a possible change, not had any prices yet so unaware of what the premium is. Any comments, reviews etc would be appreciated.

    PS Don’t tell me to buy a DD to save the planet :p:LOL:
     
  2. MrNoo

    MrNoo Member

    Location:
    Cirencester
    A contractor friend has one and loves it but I have not quizzed him in detail about it, having just bought a Kuhn here. It was pretty pricey by all accounts.
     
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  3. Farma Parma

    Farma Parma Member

    Location:
    Northumberlandia
    How much more is one over a similar non isobus plough? Cant see them paying there way myself, happy enuff with standard kv plough myself
     
  4. quattro

    quattro Member

    Location:
    scotland
    Depreciation will be high later on in its life,or can you take electronics off and put it back to a std type plough
     
  5. trigger

    trigger Member

    Location:
    cumbria
    we run two ploughing around 2500acre a year, there a great idea for people who cant plough straight(n)and the ability to change depth on the move is great for finishings off,kv back up has been great for the few small problems we've had but I sometimes wonder if it would just be better to spend the extra money on an extra furrow
     
  6. Farma Parma

    Farma Parma Member

    Location:
    Northumberlandia
    If you cant make a half decent attempt at keeping a plough straight where its needed then this is the expensive way of doing it.
    Altho there is one thing it will never do... IS MAKE YOU ANY MORE MONEY.
    It is a expensive luxury toy nothing more than that.
    KV just had to make one tho to poss prove a point.
    Id still buy pretty much the same plough again as i did nearly 5 years ago if i needed another.
    but it wouldnt be any model of the i-plough.
     
  7. nick...

    nick... Member

    Location:
    south norfolk
    Neighbor had one on demo.was very good apparently but very very expensive.does the price make it worth more than a “normal”plough.personally I think not
    Nick...
     
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  8. davidroberts30

    Location:
    pembrokeshire
    Round here ploughing is about 21/22a acre

    Expensive toy to help you loose lose money...
     
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  9. Chae1

    Chae1 Member

    Location:
    Aberdeenshire
    I just use autosteer on tractor to keep straight
     
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