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Re: mixer-grinder

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I run a John Deere 400 with thirty hp with no real problem. You got to baby it a little with ear corn and a fine screen. I will then hook my 40 hp. tractor if its not tied up elsewhere. As the machine is getting old I baby it and don't get in any big hurry. Since I shovel my eared corn in, the older I get, it has no problem keeping up with me. I like you, was concerned when I got the grinder years ago, especially when the book showed it hooked to a 4020 JD.
I see allot of usable machines go for around 1500 bucks. Ones that a big operator wouldn't want to mess with but would work OK for a small guy just feeding a few head. I paid 1500 for mine about 15 years ago. I take good care of it and keep it inside and I've had no problem with it. I finish about 10 steers a year that I grind feed for about once a week.
There is a big Dairy guy down the road that has a almost new New Holland grinder mixer that he runs with about a 50 hp tractor. He has a bunch of big tractors sitting around he could use on it. So the 50 hp must do fine with it.

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