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Re: Making Hay

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07-02-2013 22:05:12

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No, no, not a loaded question. Just a novice farmer.

Im almost 100 percent positive that a 20 wheel rake couldn't unfold across the fields I work.

Thanks for all the responses. What I gleaned from all the answers is that any rake will do, so I suppose I will look for the cheapest one I can find...


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07-03-2013 12:31:49

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 Re: Making Hay in reply to Ronin.80, 07-02-2013 22:05:12  
Its kinda funny. When I bought my 42ft dump rake, in 1995, it was the cheapest I could find. Raked a lot of hay with it. Then I quit haying, and sold off every piece of haying equipment I owned. In 2008, I moved back to the sandhills, and started accumulating haying equipment. I now have a '54 DC tied on to either a double bar Kosch mower, or a H&S 16 wheel v rake, a '58 800 diesel, tied onto which ever the DC isn't, and a 830 diesel COM tied onto a New Holland 271 baler with an OLD Farmhand, manual accumulator. With every piece of haying equipment, including the tractors, I have less then $4,000 tied up. You just have to be patient.

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