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Re: Hay Crimper

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LaVern Skarzenski

09-16-2012 13:44:45

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Hi All,

I have to agree somewhat with rankrank 1 on the Meyers. Of course I will say that my recollections are from 46 or so years ago, but I do recall as a mid-teenager, that the Meyers were few and far between in our neck of the woods, and that they were more expensive, but they were somewhat of a "wish we could afford one of them" items because they did do a great job over smooth fields, rough fields, with the direction of the cut, or against the direction of the cut and across the swathes if need be, and still picked it ALL up and conditioned the hay ALL the hay. Now I admit we never owned one and never had the opportunity to run one, but that was the concensus at the time. I also stress that I was in the 14 - 17 year old range and may have been somewhat influenced by my peers of the day :wink: .


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09-16-2012 17:20:31

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 Re: Hay Crimper in reply to LaVern Skarzenski, 09-16-2012 13:44:45  
Neighbor across the road had bought a new one, only had it part of a year because it would not work. Only seen possibly a couple of others in junk condition here in dairy country. Have seen a lot in my 69 years but a lot I haven't seen either.

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