Topic: Re: Feeding cows.
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Appreciate the offer, but we just put new hammers, rods and screens in about a month ago, should be good for 10 years, as we don't do custom work anymore. All these parts were around $3500. The 4890 handles it well, we use to run a 4-150 White, and it had its hands full in tough hay. This grinder is the hydrualic governor type instead of electric, but it is sensitive enough as long as you don't overun the engine rpms.
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