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Re: conditioners

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09-30-2012 15:48:28

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I would pull a reel type tedder before trying to find a conditioner,

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Beltbuckle Bob

09-30-2012 19:47:14

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 Re: conditioners in reply to GaryInKS, 09-30-2012 15:48:28  
All of your feedback was very good and quite entertaining Thank you all. It does not have to be a green one I would just like to try conditioning. In years past I had a mower conditioner but found windrowing the hay made it take loger to dry. those old conditioner did not windrow it if I remmber right. Any way if anybody has one for sell let me know. I live close to Moline IL.

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10-01-2012 05:55:47

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 Re: conditioners in reply to Beltbuckle Bob, 09-30-2012 19:47:14  
I don't think the Case I had or the New Hollands did windrow the hay. They both would have the full width rollers. Not like some machines that just have narrow rollers and are more of a windrower after thought than a mower-conditioner. The 9' Case did lay the hay in a strip that was just wide enough to take that conditioner over it the next day without doing any thing. Could also be layed wider. That machine was the same as the Heston PT-10. It could have been set for windrowing if you were mowing for silage but for hay you kept it wide. As for Makes I would only consider John Deere or New Idea. Before mu uncle bought that McCormick he had the dealer bring out a New Holland and in a half hour after hooking it up to his WD they were unhooking it and taking it back to the dealer lot, think the dealer shipped it back to New Holland just to get rid of it. The same dealer sold both the New Holland line and McCormick line. Have never seen anouther New Holland as after that trouble with the one my uncle tried buying I do not think they ever tried to sell anouther one. If you want a machine that will work good then look for a top condition John Deere No. 21, stay away from enything else and then the New Idea.

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