Can drive past the front of sheds but thinking mounted option might be a bit more flexible and could stay on a tractor.Can you drive through everywhere or are you having to back down passage ways?
Have they both got the same capacity?
Options are MF3060 2wd 6 cylinder or MF4260 4wd 6 cylinder. Teagle sounds better spreader, electric controls, swivel spout and silage option etc as long as tractor will cope withTrailed is easier to put on a different tractor etc and can use a smaller tractor.
Ours was on a MF 590 for 6 years.
Easy to reverse.
Camera under the rear chassis to screen in cab.
If everything is 6 cylinder then there's nothing in it.
Try getting a trailed McHale, maybe its not an option, but you wouldn't regret it. We demoed McHale and 8500 Teagle. McHale won easily.Been offered a couple of straw choppers as above Kv 832 is trailed Teagle mounted.
Looking to make bedding down easier for cattle and or sheep yards
Any feed back on the models would be appreciated.
Agree with all of the above!!Early Kv832 could be cable controls, which are a pain.
Likewise it has a chain drive for the drum and a pain in the backside shearbolt setup for the beater drum.
If you have good straw it will work grand if you have any damp or claggy straw prepare to be driven mad.
It could blow though, +60ft no bother.
We have a 853 now and its an altogether better machine but doesn't quite blow so far.
No experience of Teagle, sorry.