Topic: Re: 4000 platform tractor
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Keith has it exactly. Here, it can be hard to get hay to dry - smashing it into the stubble makes it take too long. By the time we rake, the top part of the swath is often very dry, so tires running over it would crush the leaves, and they would be lost. This wouldn't be as much of an issue for grass hay, but we raise mostly legumes (clover, alfalfa, and trefoil) or legume/grass mixes. I could use a NF for raking hay for high moisture baling though... it would still be wet enough that the tires wouldn't affect anything.
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