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Discussion in 'Pictures & Videos' started by Penmoel, May 20, 2013.
Oh and plus nice view.
Getting drier but the wind is cold despite the sun.
Being more organised than usual - still plenty of time for it to go wrong though, made sure that the wrapper still functioned, always worried about the thing with all those sensors, wires and electronics.
Today, I have mostly been laying these bl@@dy things! Heavy as F!
Lucky I have a machine to lift them, I almost can’t believe I’m going to say it, but I wouldn’t have thought twice about lifting them when I was younger! But I’m not that old really
aparently 340/85-24 conti’s arn’t runflat spec
My neighbour was in today to start giving the girls a short back and sides:
No pictures today. Only so many angles of a forager i can get. But did see this on the way to the pit, anybody have an idea of what it is or used for or even how its pulled?
Them there Massey's have to much dam power for their own good...
That's the correct side
What’s the story with baler? Is that a direct cut flail job?
Load of Spanish first off
Then a bit of power harrowing in front of beet drill
Then a load into factory
You’ve taken that in mirror image!
I dont want to fall out with the spout police. Left and right
It is, 1 of a pair of elderly Orkel direct cut balers that I have. Mostly used for cutting wildflower areas and stewardship strips. Where flowers have gone to seed they’re quite good at distributing the see back to the ground.
Someone will post a photo of two choppers loading the same trailer.....that’ll settle it!
What are they Ally max?
I could do with one for rag wort control,never see them come up for sale around here.
Busy day here manning the broom for a start then loaded two wheat lorries and moved a storage container before washing & servicing the hedge cutter.