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Re: NEW Hay carriers for barns

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ben there

03-18-2013 13:29:06
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Are you talking about hay hooks? If so,should be easy to find at any farm center except TSC.




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Paul

03-18-2013 13:37:58
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 Re: NEW Hay carriers for barns in reply to ben there, 03-18-2013 13:29:06  
The trolleys that pick up loose hay or 8-10 bales and run on a rail to the far side of the hay barn with a big rope.

Paul



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leej

03-18-2013 15:58:00
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 Re: NEW Hay carriers for barns in reply to Paul, 03-18-2013 13:37:58  
I hve one that runs on a 4X4 wooden track, also one that runs on a steel track. one or both along
with a four tine swinging fork. can be bought.
email is open . located north central Ill. ggp



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Farmallb

03-18-2013 14:02:56
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 Re: NEW Hay carriers for barns in reply to Paul, 03-18-2013 13:37:58  
The ridgid 4 forks carried around 3 likely, and maybe only 2 bales. The loose 4 forks, carried 6 to 8 bales.



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Fordfarmer

03-19-2013 07:15:20
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 Re: NEW Hay carriers for barns in reply to Farmallb, 03-18-2013 14:02:56  

Ours carried 10... 5 per layer, 2 layers deep. They didn't always make it in the barn, though. Grandpa replaced them with a conveyor when I was about 10 years old. Track is still in the mow (conveyor hangs from it), winch is still in the east end of the mow, and the trolley or whatever you want to call it is around here somewhere.

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Farmallb

03-20-2013 07:00:23
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 Re: NEW Hay carriers for barns in reply to Fordfarmer, 03-19-2013 07:15:20  
Grandad didnt stack his that way. He had 3 bales one way, and 3 another, and maybe another 3 different from the one below it.



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ben there

03-18-2013 19:50:21
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 Re: NEW Hay carriers for barns in reply to Farmallb, 03-18-2013 14:02:56  
Ok,only rigid forks I ever used were my arms.



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