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Re: Anyone ever replaced all the wood in an all crop comb...

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Wilamayb

09-30-2012 19:29:11
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There is no spreader or chopper on this machine. It just has the plain hood.

This machine is for a semi expensive specialty crop. It has been in a barn for around 30 years so I can only imagine the breakdowns that await us.




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BushogPapa

10-01-2012 10:21:48
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 Re: Anyone ever replaced all the wood in an all crop comb... in reply to Wilamayb, 09-30-2012 19:29:11  
What specialty crop is it for..??

As long as all the Bearings, Belts and elevator chains are good..and the sheet-metal is sound, it should not give much trouble..

Ron.



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BushogPapa

10-02-2012 19:35:15
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 Re: Anyone ever replaced all the wood in an all crop comb... in reply to BushogPapa, 10-01-2012 10:21:48  
Sounds like something we, in Ohio may be interested in..if it weathers the Winter...

Thanks.. Ron..



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Wilamayb

10-01-2012 19:00:03
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 Re: Anyone ever replaced all the wood in an all crop comb... in reply to BushogPapa, 10-01-2012 10:21:48  
Specialty crop is sericea lespedeza. Guys in Missouri and Kansas hate it but to guys here in Tennessee, Alabama and Mississipi it is poor man's alfalfa. It is tough as nails, cheap to maintain and is a heck of a lot easier to maintain than alfalfa. The nutritional content is almost as high as alfalfa but makes more tons per acre. It prevents bloat and is a natural wormer for goats.

Have I sold you on it yet? Ha ha ha

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Leroy

10-02-2012 05:50:09
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 Re: Anyone ever replaced all the wood in an all crop comb... in reply to Wilamayb, 10-01-2012 19:00:03  
That is something never heard of up here in Ohio. I am guessing the seed must be simular to cut to Alfalfa, Red Clover or timothy? And the wood on the bottom of the tailings elevator would be the worst. The straw rack I have done, stripper out several in scrap yard and there is always some good slats and some completely wore away. Just took the like new parts and put them together. That was close to 30 year ago tho.

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