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Which is true...unless you are quite familiar with the machine. Mowing with a sickle bar mower tends to make you good at laying lands out and having the right amount left lest you plug in mowed crop. Using disk mower now makes that skill simpler since it was previously learned out of necessity.
If I did round and round I'd be bouncing over dead. furrows and wheel tracks from years past.
If I have smooth terrain and a very large field with lots or irregular multiple sides, I'll go round and round until lands are easier to make.
The subsequent passes are really main reason the "land" or "strip mow" Our tedder grabs two mower swaths quite neatly, however, can not turn with it down, easier to follow swathes that are parallel.
Use what ever technique works best for you.
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