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Combing in 2012

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G706

12-01-2012 21:24:53
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A few pictures this years harvest. Combining barley with two machines, Finishing up buckwheat, Two combines parked at the end of the day, and the results of trying to run a little too late in oats.
1976 White 8600 and 1977 Massey 750

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Roy in UK

12-02-2012 23:52:49
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 Re: Combing in 2012 in reply to G706, 12-01-2012 21:24:53  
That blocked drum reminds me of what I heard someone say over hear about combining linseed in the evening, (Which is notoriously difficult to combine as it is even worse at wrapping around everything than oat straw). "When the sun turns red, you go home!"



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Moline_guy

12-02-2012 17:30:28
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 Re: Combing in 2012 in reply to G706, 12-01-2012 21:24:53  
Great pictures and nice machines. Always good to have a spare combine, when one brakes, just jump in the other one.



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G706

12-02-2012 16:01:27
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 Re: Combing in 2012 in reply to G706, 12-01-2012 21:24:53  
I farms in western Oregon, Yamhill county. Grow grain and grass seed. Spike tooth cylinders are pretty common here, they work well in grass seed. The Massey is a rasp bar cylinder and 354 Perkins. I haven't really run the 2 together enough to compare. In spring barley they were pretty even, but in tough cutting winter oats the spike cylinder gave the White an advantage. Otherwise the larger width and turbo engine favours the Massey. The Massey has the better cab. The Massey was supposed to replace the White, which had some problems with the unloading auger and a lot of other issues. Since my son is now old enough to run combine I put him in the Massey and tuned up the White to where I can run it and start on wheat while he is doing grass. Now I have my pickup header fixed so we can run both in grass.

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Deere105

12-02-2012 13:31:03
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 Re: Combing in 2012 in reply to G706, 12-01-2012 21:24:53  
How does the capacity compair between the White and the Massey? Does the Massey have a 372 or a 354?



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casecollectorsc

12-02-2012 06:28:50
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 Re: Combing in 2012 in reply to G706, 12-01-2012 21:24:53  
Didn't know they had a spike tooth cylinder in those machines.



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G706

12-01-2012 21:27:15
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 Re: Combing in 2012 in reply to G706, 12-01-2012 21:24:53  
Yes I know I spelled combining wrong in the subject!



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SD Pete

12-02-2012 05:09:50
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 Re: Combing in 2012 in reply to G706, 12-01-2012 21:27:15  
Good Pics. Don't worry about the spelling. I am king of typos. Where are you located? looks like nice country.



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