Straw choppers

Discussion in 'Livestock & Forage' started by Gulli, Apr 15, 2018.

  1. hally

    hally Member

    Location:
    cumbria
    We had a 8100 as well, the first 3 years were great but the next 3 were not so good to say the least. We know have a Mchale which is a totally different beast.
     
  2. Bill dog

    Bill dog Member

    Location:
    S w scotland
    What’s the difference?
    I’m in year 2 of using a teagle 8100. Never put a foot wrong, and I use it for straw and fairly wet misshapen silage bales. Blue tooth connection is simple too!
     
  3. hally

    hally Member

    Location:
    cumbria
    Basically build, it’s a lot heavier machine with higher output. The speed the Mchale puts silage out would block the teagle no question. Only time will tell about longevity
     
  4. Bill dog

    Bill dog Member

    Location:
    S w scotland
    Fills me with dread for next year onwards !:confused:
     
  5. hally

    hally Member

    Location:
    cumbria
    Not necessarily, you may be kinder than the rough arse here:)
     
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