Apparently thats what Taid used to do, buckrake on the massey 35 and cart each scoop to the shed covered pit. It was only very small scale at the time, but it must have worked. Pit is still on the farm as a shed, and the buckrake was modified to a bale spike when he switched to round bales, thats still about somewhere as wellWell we used to. Dad started by buckraking it off the field straight to the pit. But where do you mount the twin beacons on a Rex Paterson buckrake ?
Works in a bale ?
It don't mix in diet feeders if you want the truth , but I suspect long chop is better for the animals , you would need to chop it a little mind to get better compaction , but not a great influence on end quality if it's rolled and seeled quickWhy do we chop it ? Why can’t I just load trailers with handler run down row push up a heap load trailer tip in pit repeat ? Why bother with the expensive bit ?