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Re: WD Manure scoop

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Aaron SEIA

05-10-2014 20:19:13

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AC made one the WD 9 loader. Couple other companies also made them. Bucket of poo is probably 300 or so lbs depending on moisture, etc. Hyd should pick up the rear gate, but you might need a smaller diameter cylinder. And you'll need a valve in your loader hydraulics to keep it in place while spreading. I've done some loads with the loader tractor, but it's a lot nicer having 2 tractors. I probably haul a dozen loads or so of horse poo a year with my WD. Haul with my WC on the spreader.


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05-11-2014 10:54:09

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 Re: WD Manure scoop in reply to Aaron SEIA, 05-10-2014 20:19:13  
What im trying to get across is, IF a WD can lift 300lbs of rappola with a front mounted scoop, as I never saw a rear mopunted one, I would think it could lift the reat gate on a 852 round bailer.

This one has been rebored?refitted? with whatever that will bring it up to or past that of a WD 45.

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05-13-2014 20:39:55

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 Re: WD Manure scoop in reply to Farmallb, 05-11-2014 10:54:09  
We used to Buther and could easily lift an 1,100 lb Steer with the loader bucket on my Grandad's WD.



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