Old moore unidrills

Discussion in 'Direct Drilling Machinery' started by hendrebc, Jan 10, 2018.

  1. i dont belief it

    Location:
    North East
    Got my liquid fert hoses behind the coulters so it mixes with the seed
     
  2. R.B.H

    R.B.H Member

    Location:
    Bedfordshire
    Think they were popular in the 70's uncle thought about buying one but they were to expensive back then, most have been scrapped by now as they weigh a bit
    See it's no longer available now
     
  3. New Puritan

    New Puritan Member

    Location:
    East Sussex
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  4. YELROM

    YELROM Member

    Location:
    North Yorkshire
    Can you put some pictures on of your liquid fert system
     
  5. shortshift

    shortshift Member

    when did grant window open?
     
  6. Umm can't remember now it was about this time last year. This was the second application window I think they are in the 4th or even 5th round now even if they are still going.
     
  7. Strautini

    Strautini New Member

    Location:
    Latvia, Gārsene
    Yes, please!

    And what rates are you using, and what is the target? (max input-max yield/just a little not to kill fungi but eliminate slow start/other) At spring drilling.
     
  8. i dont belief it

    Location:
    North East
    Sorry pictures are beyond my capabilities
    100 litres ha 14-14-0 on OSR
    100 litres ha 7-21-0 on WW gets the crops off to a good start when direct drilling
     
  9. Strautini

    Strautini New Member

    Location:
    Latvia, Gārsene
    Just measured mine. 35mm left... Can anyone advise, where to look for 16" discs for a good price? No problem to find 18".
     
  10. 7610 super q

    7610 super q Member

    Location:
    Crapweathershire
    No, not me, I'm a tyre kicker...:D
     
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  11. Or maybe you are just pretty shrewd..... and not about to waste money on an overpriced old drill....
     
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  12. Karliboy

    Karliboy Member

    Location:
    West Yorkshire
    Anyone know what kind of drill this is and what it would be used for. It’s all seized up but it could be made to go again
    No name plate or anything

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    Bugger was supposed to start a new thread for this :banghead:
     
    Last edited: Feb 17, 2019
  13. YELROM

    YELROM Member

    Location:
    North Yorkshire
    @Cambs Farmer i see you have a Moores drill with a liquid fert system for sale, is there any chance you could add some pictures of your system to this thread as a few people are interested in fitting one to a Moores drill
     
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  14. From a post in the machinery section. Don't know if it's of any use to anyone but it's a cheap direct drill.
     
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  15. Barleycorn

    Barleycorn Member

    Location:
    Hampshire
  16. Strautini

    Strautini New Member

    Location:
    Latvia, Gārsene
    2019-03-11 18.00.44.jpg Making greasing more comfortable. Also new 18" discs ordered.
     

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